EU-Startups.com is the leading online publication with a focus on startups in Europe. The website was founded in October of 2010.
We write about internet and tech startups out of Europe and provide our readers with data-driven analysis, interviews and startup-related news. In addition to our focus on young technology companies, we also publish other kinds of news out of the tech-space that has a commercial or cultural impact on startups in Europe.
Each month, EU-Startups.com reaches an audience of more than 300,000 startup-interested and tech savvy people from across Europe. More info about our audience and regarding advertising options can be found here.
Vision/Mission: Our vision is to connect the European startup scene and to encourage entrepreneurship within Europe.
The Core Team & Management
Thomas Ohr is the Editor and CEO of EU-Startups and founded the publication in October of 2010. He is excited about Europe’s future, passionate about new business ideas and lives in Barcelona. Before running EU-Startups (Menlo Media) as a business, Thomas worked in the German media industry. Till January of 2016 he served as Senior Brand Manager at one of Germany’s biggest magazine publishers. You can contact him at Thomas@EU-Startups.com.
Ana Metz is the Startup Sourcing Director of EU-Startups. Passionate about how design and technology can influence people and business, Ana is scouting startups and innovative businesses from all over the world, for media, corporates and investors. If you’re interested in our startup sourcing service, please reach out to Ana@EU-Startups.com.
Charlotte Tucker is the Head of Content at EU-Startups.com. She spends her time scouting the next big story, managing our contributors, and getting excited about social impact ventures. She has previously worked as a Communications Consultant for number of European Commission funded startup projects. If you have some exciting news to share, send your press release in English and team photo directly to Charlotte@EU-Startups.com.
Anastasiia Ponomareva is the new Events & Partnerships Director of EU-Startups. Passionate about entrepreneurship, with a background in IT recruitment and years of experience leading different startup events, Anastasiia believes in the power of connecting professionals within the startup ecosystem. If you’re interested in sponsorship opportunities, or other types of collaboration, reach out to Anastasiia@EU-Startups.com.
Bojana Trajkovska is a startup enthusiast from the Balkan region and the contributing editor of EU-Startups. Currently exploring the entrepreneurial community in Germany. She is a passionate reader and traveller.
Bernardo Arnaud lives in Vienna and has been advising companies for 18 years in several different industries. He also founded a few companies throughout his entrepreneurial journey.
Mariaclaudia Carella lives is Bari (Italy) and is passionate about startups and social impact. She recently worked as a Press Trainee for the European Parliament.
Reinaldo Ferreira is the CEO of TakeaCity.com – a global project in the travel space. He lives in Porto and writes mostly about Portuguese startups and related topics.
Maricel Sanchez has over 10 years of experience in trading, supply chain management, logistics and manufacturing. Aside from helping startups to raise funds, she’s also a public speaker and the President of Toastmasters Nice.
Floraidh Clement is a Scottish writer and social media manager, based in Berlin and working within its vibrant startup scene. Areas of interest include travel, fashion and eco tech.
Veronica Fresneau is a tech and startups enthusiast, and an advocate for women in tech. She is based in Amsterdam and has more than ten years of Marketing & Communications experience in several EMEA markets.
Daria Kholod is a startup enthusiast from Russia who lives and works in the Netherlands. She covers the Dutch innovation ecosystem focusing on South Holland – Rotterdam, The Hague, Delft.
Previous writers include Ieva Treija, Mary Loritz, Hannah Neuburger, Mevish Aslam, Marko Srsan, Andrius Neviera, Benoit Curdy, Stefano Bernardi, Mark Nessfield, Luca Mayer and Tony Fernandez. You’d like to join our team of contributing writers? Please contact us.