European startup market: insights, exits, investments. Everything you need to know to stay informed. Facts and figures.
Software patents continue to be enforced by shadow companies in an effort to make money out of nothing. However, what's the situation in Europe? How do software patents affect startups?
The European startup scene has evolved significantly over the past years, as investors are pouring more money into the market. To highlight this we've looked at the the five most attractive startup sectors for business angels and Venture Capital firms.
The time of investors and startups is limited. That's why there are some tools (online and offline) that help investors find new and interesting startups and, once backed, keep track of them. Here's a list of the most used by investors at all stages.
In order to better understand the European tech ecosystem we've put together a list of 4 graphs that visually explain the current situation of the European startup financing market. Quick and unsurprising tip? London is still the central hub of the old continent for Venture Capital firms and technology companies.
Spanish startups raised €104 million in the third quarter of 2014, becoming the best month for the country's entrepreneurial ecosystem since 2013. We analyze these figures and highlight the most relevant deals.
P2P startups are all over the place. From transporatation to accommodation services, including the omnipresent sector of fintech. We take a look at the startups that have attracted VC investments in recent months.
There are more connected devices than people in the whole world. The Internet of Things aims to makes sense of this new trend, and entrepreneurs, investors and corporates are paying close attention.
Are you back from your holidays and looking for a change? Tired of working alone? Joining a coworking space might be a viable option for entrepreneurs and startups!
European startups raised €2.1 billion in venture financing in Q2 2014. If the trends continues, 2014 could be the best year for European startups in recent memory.
More money is flowing into the European startup ecosystem. Google Ventures, Seedcamp and London Venture Partners all announced new funds in the past few weeks, looking to capitalize on Europe's tech talent.