How is the European startup ecosystem evolving? Everything about our thriving entrepreneurial world.
With the increasing popularity of e-commerce, customer service and customer experience are essential tools for your business to stay relevant and competitive. Customer experience includes your customers’ perceptions about your products and services. People are more inclined towards online shopping now more than ever as the pandemic forced most businesses to move to e-commerce and brought a drastic change in consumption trends. Therefore, the ...
Starting your own business might seem like a dream situation – being your own boss, working from home, doing a job or championing a product which you’re passionate about – but the reality can be very different.
If you want to discover the key players of the tech startup ecosystem in Spain, search no more: we have created an infographic that gathers ther top spanish startups by market, as well as the most notable investors and accelerators. You'll also find the most voted top spanish startups
Silicon Valley’s new generations bet for a different system of interaction: bots. It's possible to order lunch, ask for a taxi or communicate with your work colleages thanks to the intelligent virtual assistants that live in chats and respond to text orders from users, connecting to other services to satisfy their needs. They eliminate the need to continuously change app, or of having the screen of your smartphone filled with them.
We sat down with Ignacio Vilela, founding partner of Startcaps Ventures, to talk about his firm's origins and his view on the Spanish startup ecosystem.
Startup CEOs and founders face many challenges over time. But one of the main ones is finding the right talent for their startup. In this guest post, Marta Díaz shares some key insights from Talentoscopio's startup hiring study.
At Startupxplore we believe in Europe. Not just in London, Tel Aviv or Berlin, but also in other smaller but promising ecosystems that might give birth to the next $1 billion startup. Poland might be one of them, and to find out more about the market we've invited Bitspiration.com writer Anna Spysz.
The investment landscape in Spain is improving at a healthy rate and a number of Spanish companies have already become huge successes for both its founders and investors. Which ones? Continue reading to find out.
Four months to finish 2014 and you still don't know which tech conferences to attend? To help you we've put together a list of 9 European must-attend events for startup founders, CEOs and investors.
Every summer thousands of foreigners come to Spain to have fun, enjoy our food, beaches and relax. Among them there are probably a bunch of lucky startup founders, CEOs and investors that have Spain as their destination. Instead of doing what most tourists do, why don't you take the advantage to improve your startup? Here are some tips.