Category Archives: Know-How

How Budapest-based online presentation startup Prezi became a global success – Interview with Prezi CEO Peter Arvai

Without a doubt, Prezi can be described as one of the biggest success stories in Europe’s recent startup history. The Hungarian company created a cloud-based presentation software which is already used by 75 million users. Prezi employs a zooming user interface (ZUI), which allows users to zoom … Continue reading

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Interview with Fabian Thylmann – the German entrepreneur who once built the biggest adult entertainment company in the world

Do you know a big market within the global internet industry which happened to be dominated by a European entrepreneur? Well, the German entrepreneur and investor Fabian Thylmann was able to pull it off. He once founded and managed Manwin (now MindGeek), … Continue reading

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What the tech community could do to help refugees who are coming to Europe – an interview with Paula Schwarz

This summer I visited Greece, where I sailed and worked with the people of Coboat, and where I met Paula Schwarz. Paula, born in Greece, living mostly in Berlin, spends a lot of time in Greece these days to help refugees and to create … Continue reading

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Join InnoApps – the pan-European competition to develop innovative Apps for SmartCities (Sponsored)

If you are working on an idea which leverages the IoT (Internet of Things) to make Europe’s cities smarter and safer, you should definitely join this year’s InnoApps Challenge. Applicants have the chance to receive valuable mentorship and ultimately an … Continue reading

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CESAwards 2016: Breaking walls and building bridges in Central and Eastern Europe

The Central European Startup Awards has just opened it’s nominations for CEE startups. The Central European Startup Awards is an annual award show, committed to advocate and celebrate the startup spirit of the CEE region and to pin the region … Continue reading

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Europe’s hottest FinTech startups in 2016

Over the last few weeks, we’ve been taking a close look at more than 200 European early-stage startups that are working on innovations in the FinTech space. During our sourcing and review process we exclusively focused on startups which were … Continue reading

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Join SaaStock on September 21st and 22nd in Dublin and learn how to build a category leading B2B SaaS business (Sponsored)

Turn your SaaS up to eleven and join more than 700 Founders, VCs and Execs in Dublin for SaaStock 2016, the conference to learn how to build a category leading B2B SaaS business. Throughout the conference, SaaStock will be filled … Continue reading

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10 highly successful entrepreneurs who had accomplished almost nothing by the age of 32

Reading startup news can be a bit intimidating sometimes. You learn about all these 20-somethings who raised millions of capital and who already employ hundreds of people. If you are above 30 and you sometimes feel like a looser, we … Continue reading

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Access to the EU and soon the single digital market is critical for the UK tech community – an interview with Brent Hoberman

We just had the chance to interview one of the brightest stars in the European startup universe. Brent Hoberman is a serial entrepreneur and investor who cofounded lastminute.com, Founders Forum, Made.com, mydeco, Smartup and Grip. Brent also cofounded the VC firm PROfounders … Continue reading

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