Category Archives: Know-How

Overview of the best coworking spaces in Barcelona

A coworking space is often the next step for solopreneurs or small startups that grew out of their home offices. Flexible as well as affordable terms make it possible to rent an office desk for one day, one months or … Continue reading

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UX Design Agency is working on the future of banking – an interview with the CEO Alex Kreger

Earlier this year, it was announced that UX Design Agency, a small startup from Latvia, has been nominated for European’s Best FinTech Award. The Riga-based startup has been operational for four years, but for the last two years has been focused … Continue reading

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Email Marketing: Why every startup should build an email list

I started EU-Startups.com in October of 2010, and one of my biggest failures so far was not to start building an email list until June 2015. If I had started to provide monthly email updates (namely the EU-Startups Newsletter) right from … Continue reading

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What does your domain name say about you? An interview with Francesco Cetraro, Head of Registry Operations for .CLOUD

Picking the right name for a product or a company is a crucial task that all startups face. A very important part of that process is to find a domain name that will help tell their story and make their … Continue reading

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Europe’s Fintech companies join forces to launch the European Fintech Alliance

Some of the leading Fintech companies in Europe have just joined forces to launch the European Fintech Alliance (EFA) in Berlin. The EFA will provide its members with timely information on policy and regulatory developments that have an impact on the industry. … Continue reading

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Austrian government passes a comprehensive startup program to make the country more attractive for startups

The Austrian Federal Government recently passed a comprehensive startup program. It covers a period of three years and involves a monetary volume of about €185 million. Reinhold Mitterlehner, the Federal Minister of Science, Research and

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Travel & co-working: Make your way to the Lisbon Web Summit

There’s a 41% chance you are coming to Lisbon this November. Well, that’s a rough estimate, but you get the point: EU-Startups readers are indeed very likely to drop by Portugal’s new hype event, the adopted Lisbon Web Summit. We’ll … Continue reading

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StartUPest: The highlights of MY-WAY’s second Student Enterprise Conference

StartUPest, the second edition of MY-WAY’s Student Enterprise Conference, was organised in collaboration with AIESEC and took place at the beautiful Budapest Music Centre on the 17th of June. Students, investors, mentors and other key players of the European startup ecosystem attended the event to learn from … Continue reading

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Leading entrepreneurs join forces with the goal to create a single startup market in Europe

The Unicorn Forum and Founders Forum launched a joint initiative with the goal to create a single startup market for Europe. They believe radical policy action must be taken to help the European startup ecosystem scale. That’s why they are … Continue reading

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JIC STARCUBE opens registrations for this year’s accelerator program – apply now! (Sponsored)

JIC STARCUBE, the longest running Czech accelerator, has started registrations for this year’s program. 2016 is the eighth edition of the renowned accelerator program. The focus is on augmented and virtual reality, big data analytics, sensors and cybersecurity. Teams from … Continue reading

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