In our Q2 2016 funding report, we take a look at the macro and micro trends impacting the European, Israeli and Turkish tech investment landscape, as well as the main rounds, most active investors in the region and more analysis.
Q2 2016 was a down quarter for the European and Israeli tech ecosystem. Local companies raised €4.1 billion across 782 funding rounds; both figures represent quarter-on-quarter decreases. It’s not all bad news, though.
In a guest post, lawyer and startup founder Dominik Tobschall provides us with an extensive overview of the ‘legaltech’ market and opportunities in Germany.
In this guest post, researcher and author Boyd Cohen argues that Europe will overtake the US as the dominant global innovation hub, and explains why.
In our latest report, powered by Nokia Growth Partners, we take an in-depth look at the European and Israeli IoT industry in 2015 and early 2016, identifying the trends taking shape in the region, and the most relevant companies, investors and deals.
US companies have traditionally been the main acquirers of European tech startups. In Q1 2016, this was still the case, but a closer look at the data paints a different picture in the involvement of US-based companies in European tech exits.