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These are the 5 hottest startup sectors where investors are putting their euros
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 current state of the European startup investment market in 4 graphs
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.
Financing options for startups looking for funding in Europe
The startup financing landscape in the old continent is quickly changing: Europe is becoming a true hub of global entrepreneurship and investing in startups is evolving rapidly... and we want Startuxplore to become the best place to both things.
Will 2014 be a record year for European 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.
Is mobile gaming Europe’s biggest strength?
In the past few years Europe has become a mobile gaming hub for startups and entrepreneurs. We take a look at the main companies in the sector and the challenges they face.
“Venture Capital in Europe is undergoing an evolution. And it’s happening” Carlos Espinal, Seedcamp
Want to know more about Seedcamp, one of the best accelerators in Europe? We've interviewed Carlos Espinal, partner at the firm.
European Accelerators: the good, the bad and the ugly
Startup accelerators are cropping up like weeds in Europe. If you want to find out what an accelerator is and what they provide, continue reading.
5 facts to better understand the European startup ecosystem
The European technology ecosystem is still unknown to many outsiders. To higlight its strengths and weaknesses we take a look at the biggest startup and investment trends in the Eurozone.
The case for Europe
It is widely known that old Europe is a long way from Silicon Valley, or that there is a big difference between these two worlds. If a startup business wants to succeed it is recommended to be in Silicon Valley due to money flow and the fact that startups obtain superior assessments there, but, is that really true?