The favorite books of Jimmy Wales and Kevin Rose

Books have the power to transform lives and businesses. With our section “The favorite books of...

The favorite books of Jeff Bezos and Tony Hsieh

Books have the power to transform lives and businesses. With our section “The favorite books of...

Guy Kawasaki about the “Top Ten Mistakes of Entrepreneurs”

Guy Kawasaki, the former chief evangelist of Apple and co-founder of Garage Technology Ventures...

The to​p Facebook gaming ge​nres​ – according to AppStats

AppStats, a comprehensive Facebook analysis and metrics database which is part of the Berlin-ba...

Searching for Mediocre Entrepreneurs

I’m pretty mediocre. It’s just the first sentence of James Altucher post on Techcrunch. Inte...

European Startups Podcast – news roundtable

In the third episode of the European Startups Podcast, Benoit Curdy (ex-Googler & Vocalytic...

European Startups Podcast – the pitch / public speaking

In this second episode of the European Startups Podcast, we talk about public speaking and pitc...

How a TWiST nightmare feels like…

This is what my dreams look like when I watched to much ThisWeekinStartups the day before (mixe...

Traditional IT infrastructure vs the cloud (Part II)

In the first part of this article I started off by explaining the implications of a traditional...

Traditional IT infrastructure vs the cloud (Part I)

Organizations make enormous investments towards an in-house IT infrastructure. The total cost o...

Top 15: Europe’s biggest startup capitals

I recently tried to come up with a ranking of Europe's biggest startup capitals. In order to do...

The pros & cons of working for an Internet startup

Well, working for an Internet startup means first of all a higher risk for you as an employee (...

Why returns in Europe are now outpacing the U.S.

The venture capital firm Earlybird has recently published a 40-page report demonstrat...

European Startups Podcast – Investment

[soundcloud url="http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/18654168"] Podcast: Download In this first episode of European Startups Podcast, we talk about what many consider the main weakness of the European tech scene: Investment opportunities. Our guest is Hussein Kanji, a London-based entrepreneur and investor. Hussein not only understands both startups and VCs but he also knows very well how the startup ecosystem works in the US and in Europe, for having worked on both sides of the pond.