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10 European music tech startups to look out for in 2019

Technology has revolutionised the music industry and the way we interact with it on daily basis...

Meet the 15 startups that made it to the finals of our pitch competition on April 24 in Barcel...

On April 24th we’ll host this year's EU-Startups Summit at the Auditori AXA in Barcelona. Aside...

10 European IoT startups to watch in 2019

Back in 1999 when Kevin Ashton, the executive director of Auto-ID Labs at MIT first used the co...

Overview of the 10 best co-working spaces in Munich

Munich is Germany's 2nd most active startup city, the capital of Bavaria, and one of Europe’s t...

10 European startups with the potential to disrupt the music industry

Today there are many incredible evolutions happening in music and technology; from VR and inter...

10 European startups that are making our cities smarter

Cities grew in the 20th century, and are exploding in the 21st. By 2100, the UN projects that 8...

Europe’s most promising eSports startups

eSports - organised, multiplayer, video game competitions - have become wildly popular in the l...

10 sex tech startups to look out for in 2019 and beyond

Social media and technology have opened up new possibilities for exploring pleasure and desire....

10 European pet startups to watch in 2016 and beyond

With many hundreds of million pet owners globally, it is clear that the "pet economy" can be se...

10 mobility startups to look out for in 2019 and beyond

Transport plays a central role in our daily lives and recent technological advances have enable...

5 European apps to help you meet new people

If you're between the ages of 18 and 65, chances are that you're familiar with Tinder. If you'r...

Lesara – once Europe’s fastest growing startups – just filed for insolvency!...

Lesara, a once very fast-growing online store for trendy and affordable fashion and lifestyle p...