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Top 15: Europe’s biggest startup hubs in 2017

It’s time for our annual ranking of Europe’s biggest startup cities. Started in 2011, the previ...

Top 15: Europe’s biggest startup hubs in 2016

It's time for our annual ranking of Europe's biggest startup cities. Almost exactly 365 days ha...

10 European startups with the potential to disrupt the film industry

The film business has always been powered by the capabilities of currently available technologi...

10 European pet startups to watch in 2016 and beyond

With many hundreds of million pet owners globally, it is clear that the "pet economy" can be se...

10 European startups with the potential to disrupt the education industry

The significance of technology in education has been consistently growing over the recent years...

10 European startups with the potential to disrupt the HR industry

Over the past few years, the HR tech landscape has been shifting to a more automated and custom...

Overview of the 10 best co-working spaces in Dublin

As home of the EU HQ of Google, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, Dublin is without a doubt a dig...

10 Irish startups to look out for in 2018 and beyond

A while back, Forbes Magazine ranked Dublin as the "best city to found a business in". But the ...

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

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

Now official: Mobile payment companies payleven and SumUp join forces

Two of the leading European mobile payment companies SumUp and payleven today announced a defin...

10 European founders who conquered the US with their startup and succeeded big time

The Silicon Valley has been at the epicenter of the tech industry for decades. By having an off...

Hello Ladies – an introduction to Sprinters

Many people don't believe I grew up playing football. My mother would say, football is not for ...

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