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Top 40: Business Angels that are rocking Europe and help startups grow

As most of you might know, business angels (or angel investors) are typically wealthy individua...

7 Austrian startups to look out for in 2017

As in the previous years, we started 2017 with some research and the goal to create a list for ...

The hottest European travel startups in 2015

The number of online travel bookings is growing steadily from year to year pretty much since th...

Meet the 15 startups that made it to the finals of our pitch competition on April 13 in Berlin...

On April 13 we’ll host the EU-Startups Conference 2017 at the HTW Audimax in Berlin. Aside of f...

European Startup Report 2016: Check out the key findings here!

The Austrian entrepreneur, startup mentor and podcaster Florian Kandler just published an inter...

Winners of the Central European Startup Awards 2017 have been announced in Sofia

Last night, the Central European Startup Awards took place for the fourth year in a row, with t...

Overview of the best coworking spaces in Vienna

Vienna might be known for its magnificent architecture, Viennese coffee and cake, but nowadays ...

CESAwards 2016: Announcing the best startups in Central-Eastern Europe

The Central European Startup Awards (CESAwards), the region’s biggest no-pitch, no-conference s...

Join the first international Startup Executive Academy, August 2017 in Salzburg, Austria (Spon...

Silicon Castles, a Salzburg-based international Strategic Business Accelerator, has partnered w...

5 Austrian startups to look out for in 2016

As in the previous years, we started 2016 with some research and the goal to create a list for ...

Vienna-based FinTech startup Finnest raises €1 million and plans to expand to non-German marke...

Finnest.com, the corporate finance platform for established SMEs, has successfully financed its...

Austrian 3D printing startup mything secures over €2 million in pre-launch funding

The 3D printing startup mything.com has just secured €2.1 million in funding from the Austrian ...