Category Archives: Startups in general

Can an MBA help your startup?

Editor’s note: This article has been created in collaboration and with financial support from the London School of Business and Finance. If you’re the owner of a startup or even just thinking about setting up a new business, you should … Continue reading

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NOAH Berlin: Win €5 million of TV advertising at the SevenVentures Pitch Day

In addition to the main event in London, the NOAH Conference is also going to take place in Berlin this year. SevenVentures Pitch Day, one of Europe’s largest pitch competitions initiated by ProSiebenSat.1, will also be held in Germany for the … Continue reading

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Invesdor receives an EU licence to boost cross-border crowdfunding in SME sector

Invesdor, a fast growing Nordic crowdfunding platform, has been granted a MiFID licence by financial authorities, to expand debt and equity crowdfunding services across all 31 EU and EEA countries. The Helsinki-based crowdfunding platform is the first one to receive this level of … Continue reading

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Startup Sourcing – our new research service

Every day, we’re getting contacted from up to 50 European startups that are aiming to get press coverage. Our team of experts has great in-depth knowledge, good contacts and many years of experience in the startup world. We have our eyes and

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Interview with Dörte Höppner, Chief Executive of the European Venture Capital Association

Risk capital funds have been closing more deals in Europe recently. Investment activity in VC-backed European tech companies reached a four-year high in both deals and dollars in 2014. Also, U.S. venture-capital investment in Europe is increasing steadily, a recent … Continue reading

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Teams from Hungary, Estonia and Austria win the CEE Women Startup Competition in Budapest

In the beginning of this week, the beautiful city of Budapest hosted another CEE Women Startup Competition and I was there… Amazing teams, good presentations by ambitious and intelligent young female entrepreneurs, cool venue –  Prezi House of Ideas – full … Continue reading

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Berlin-based streetfootballworld is looking for roommates! (Sponsored)

streetfootballworld offers all inclusive coworking spaces in the central and trendy district of Berlin Tiergarten-Moabit. Their office boasts an unbeatable location: Metro and several bus routes are within walking distance in minutes. The TXL bus takes you in 13 minutes … Continue reading

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MY-WAY sets out to improve the web entrepreneurship ecosystem for students in Europe

Started on the 1st of January 2015, MY-WAY is a two-year project, which was co-funded under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. The ambitious project aims to enhance and improve the collaboration and efforts of web entrepreneurship initiatives (startup … Continue reading

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VoIPstudio – a powerful and easy to use cloud telephone system (Sponsored)

Over the weekend I took some time to check out VoIPstudio, a cloud telephony service enabling flexible yet secure connections between users and business entities. You might think there are better things to do on weekends, but the time was definitely … Continue reading

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Equity crowdfunding platforms and campaigns we liked in February

Equity crowdfunding is kind of disrupting the finance industry. Now, it is possible for individuals to invest, often along with experienced angel investors. Hunger to aim to invest in new Facebook or Skype type of companies is no longer privilege … Continue reading

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