Category Archives: Know-How

Planning to expand sales across Europe? This map of marketplaces will help you

Last month I attended E-Commerce Berlin Expo, an exhibition dedicated to circuit eCommerce, Online Marketing, Social Media and Mobile Services for the eCommerce industry. I chatted with Anna Duleczus from Choice in eCommerce which recently came up with a study about online marketplaces across … Continue reading

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Online payments for start-ups made easy – with the Wirecard Checkout Portal (Sponsored)

Selecting the right payment portal is a key factor for the success of an online shop. All start-up founders who want to get their business rolling should ask themselves the following questions: Can my customers make payments simply and quickly? … Continue reading

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K-Startup Grand Challenge 2016: South Korea opens its doors to EU startups with an interest in the Asian market (Sponsored)

In recent years, South Korea has become one of the most innovative countries in the world thanks to its strong and growing commitment to innovation particularly through its current “Creative Economy” initiative. It aims to support entrepreneurship and start-up businesses … Continue reading

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Overview of the best coworking spaces in Riga

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 more. … Continue reading

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The MY-WAY map: Europe’s startup ecosystems indexed in a visual map

MY-WAY, a Startup Europe project with the goal to help more young adults to become successful web entrepreneurs, recently launched a visual mapping system to index Europe’s startup ecosystems. It provides aspiring entrepreneurs and young people thinking about starting up … Continue reading

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Some highlights from Money2020 – one of the biggest fintech conferences in Europe

With more than 3,500 attendees, 420 speakers, 200+ sponsors and 100+ media partners, the MONEY 2020 EUROPE, which was happening in Copenhagen last month, was one of the biggest Fintech events of the year. As we all know, Fintech (Financial technology) is … Continue reading

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Europe’s hottest IoT startups in 2016

During the last few weeks, we took a close look at about 150 European companies that are working on innovations in the Internet of Things space – including IoT platforms and smart devices. During our sourcing and review process we … Continue reading

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What’s the secret of a successful pitch? Dave Haynes from Seedcamp has some hints for you!

I recently had the chance to talk to Dave Haynes from the London-based pre-seed and seed fund Seedcamp. He was in charge of organizing the Seedcamp pitch competition during Slush 2015, where the Estonian startup Greenhouse CI won. I asked Dave … Continue reading

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The CODE_n16 startup competition is now open for applications! (Sponsored)

After four years and more than 1,500 startup applications from 60 countries, the international CODE_n CONTEST is now accepting applications for its next round under the banner ‘Unveiling Digital Disruption’. Startups from all over the world have until May 31, 2016 … Continue reading

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Email Marketing as an International Market Entry Strategy (Sponsored)

You’ve sucessfully founded your startup and after passing some initial hurdles you finally feel like you’re hitting your stride. Now you want to increase your market share, exposure, and customer base. As a startup based in Europe, you immediately start … Continue reading

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