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We interview the CEO of Trello to know more about their origins, how did they scale up to so many zillions of users and about the motivations of targeting Spain.
This is our investment report for the fourth quarter of 2014, which closes a great year for Spanish startups and investors with notable investment deals and exits.
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.
Kibo Ventures is one of the most active and best known venture capital firms in Spain. Aqulino Peña is one of its founding partners and we sat down with him to know more about Kibo.
€104 million were raised by Spanish startups in the first half of 2014. And what's most important, the number of exits doubled compared to the same quarter a year ago. Is the Spanish ecosystem improving?
Madrid and Barcelona concentrate most of Spain's startup activity. However, other cities are building strong technology ecosystems.
Alex Barrera is the co-founder of tech.eu and director of Press42.com. We talked to him about the Spanish startup ecosystem. Is the situation in the country really improving?
The Spanish startup ecosystem as a whole has improved over the past few years. There are still gaps to be filled, but money doesn't seem to be the issue anymore. We take a look at some of the biggest VC firms in Spain.