Category Archives: Poland-Startups

Europe’s largest healthcare marketplace DocPlanner raises $20 million and merges with Doctoralia, an online booking platform for healthcare appointments, has raised $20 million in Series C financing led by Target Global. In addition, the Warsaw-based company announced that it will create the biggest online healthcare booking platform in the world by … Continue reading

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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 have passed since we did our last research on this topic. Let’s see what has changed since then. In order to come up with the … Continue reading

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Jobs of the week: Join Inflight VR in Barcelona, Arkley VC in Warsaw or ASADRA in Amsterdam

Is your boss an idiot and you are desperately looking forward to the weekend? Quit your boring job now join one of the most exciting startups in Europe! Week after week, we’re introducing you to great career opportunities in the … Continue reading

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Highlights from this year’s infoShare conference in Gdańsk

Last week I attended the infoShare conference in Gdańsk, Poland. The 3 day event is the biggest tech conference in CEE region and gathered about 5,000 tech professionals, innovators and entrepreneurs. One of my personal highlights was the speech of … Continue reading

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10 of the hottest startups from Wolves Summit

Last month I attended Wolves Summit in Warsaw, one of the biggest startup events in eastern Europe. More than 250 investors, 300 executives, 500 web & software developers and about 300 startups attended this year’s edition. Startups competed in two categories – Young Wolves … Continue reading

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Don’t miss infoShare 2016: 5,000+ participants, around 100 international speakers, € 20K for the Startup Contest winner

For the 10th time, the movers and shakers of the European technology industry and startup world will meet at the infoShare Conference in Gdansk, Poland, from the 18th-20th of May. Since we’re a media partner of the event, we will be … Continue reading

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Polish hardware investment fund Arkley VC expands beyond its borders

Arkley VC, one of the investors behind hybrid 3D printer favorite Zmorph 3D, has grown its portfolio over the last few weeks with three new hardware investments. These new investments move the Warsaw-based fund outside of its borders by investing … Continue reading

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6 Polish startups to look out for in 2016

Over the last few years, the startup ecosystem in Poland saw a lot of progress. In 2015, Warsaw even made it in on our Top 15 list of Europe’s startup hubs. As in the previous years, we started 2016 with some … Continue reading

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Meet FestBlast, the Warsaw-based startup that won our pitch competition

One of the highlights during our EU-Startups Conference last week in Berlin was clearly the pitch competition. Overall, more than 50 startups applied to participate. 15 of them were selected and 14 showed up last Friday (in total we counted ~120 … Continue reading

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Top deals seen in Central and Eastern Europe in August

Here is my list of some interesting deals from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), seen in August. Often overlooked by big US and Western European investors, the region offers many good deals, at much cheaper valuations compared to the US … Continue reading

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