Top 3 Places In Europe To Live In As A Start-up Millionaire 


Together with our partner for this article – Propstep rental housing – we’ve found three destinations in Europe where a lot of entrepreneurs migrate to when they become millionaires. Others entrepreneur life Europe startup life

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The Best Emerging Real Estate Markets In Europe For 2020


Europe remains one of the best markets for property investment, but with issues like Brexit, you need to be careful where you invest your money in Europe. Lisbon is considered one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe. Others Europe investment property real estate

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This Is Europe’s Moment’: Lightspeed Venture Partners Hires Paul Murphy To Lead Europe Push

Lightspeed Venture Partners

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Plenty of Dry powder for Europe and Israel VC funds

VC Cafe

The American VC funds are now coming to Europe , seeing European startups as a new asset class worth investing in. The dry powder in Europe seems to go way beyond the ski slopes. Another question is around exits in Europe , and availability of late stage capital.

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Mattress company Emma is fastest-growing startup in Europe

The Next Web

For the fifth year in a row Adyen and TNW teamed up to find the fastest growing companies in Europe’s six hottest startup ecosystems: the United Kingdom, The Netherlands, Germany, France, Spain, and Sweden. Entrepreneur Europe Tech5The winner, mattress business Emma (Germany), was announced tonight at TNW Conference Founders Dinner in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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[Europe] Rockstart Accelerator Launches New Founders Program


If you’re a Europe-based startup, you may want to check this out. The Rockstart Accelerator program is open to all Europe-based startups of all stripes and colors, whether you’re in technology, green tech, retail or any other sector. In the News Amsterdam Europe Rockstart startup startup accelerator startup incubator startup program

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Cell Phone Solution For Europe

Feld Thoughts

Thanks for all the cell phone suggestions for my europe trip this summer. Tech I Use europe phone tech i useOf course, shortly after I wrote the post, Apple came out with an unlocked version of the iPhone 4 (which just showed up in my office) rendering many of the options (and presumably some of the companies) either obsolete or unnecessary. However, I decided to take a different approach. I’m going to give the Nexus S another try.

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Startup Campuses Come to Europe

VC Cafe

Mega startup campuses, the latest trend in co-working, are spreading their wings in Europe. They are different from the traditional co-working space not just in size, but also in scope and. This is a content summary only. Click on the post title to continue reading this post, share your comments, browse the website and more!

Grading Europe’s Top Startup Scenes

YFS Magazine

Europe has a valuable creative scene that should not be overlooked by those in Silicon Valley. Culture global entrepreneurship startup cities startup culture

8 reasons why Berlin will outpace London as Europe’s Silicon Valley

The Next Web

London has always been the undisputed technology center of Europe — until now. My view is that Berlin will rapidly begin to take over, and in 10-15 years we will see the Berlin cluster as Europe’s technology hot-bed. However, Berlin has consistently been in Europe’s “top 4” (along with London, Paris and Stockholm), and received more tech capital in 2015 than any other European city. Contributors Entrepreneur Europe UK

Cell Phone Suggestions For Europe Trip

Feld Thoughts

I’m spending some time in Europe (Paris and Tuscany) this summer and trying to figure out the best cell phone approach for me and Amy. In both cases, the “use your US iPhone in Europe&# seems like a total fail on pricing so we are looking for other options. Tech I Use europe phone tech i useWe are both iPhone users – me on AT&T and her on Verizon.

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SaaS Wars: Europe Awakens

Cracking the Code

Accel Euroscape: The 100 most promising Software-as-a- Service companies in Europe and Israel -This article was co-authored with my colleague Pia d'Iribarne and published initially on Two dollars in SaaS revenues are created for every $1 of software revenues eaten – an impressive stat, but where does Europe stand on the global SaaS map? When I moved back to Europe in 2011, I had to reduce my activity significantly in this area, as there was not enough going on.

Entrepreneurs, not the government, will save Europe’s economy

The Next Web

Because starting a company and growing it is hard no matter where you are, but the difficulty is magnified in Europe, where people are divided by geography, regulation, language and cultural prejudice. While entrepreneurship and startups have spread tremendously in Europe, a lot of aspiring young entrepreneurs leave Europe for the United States. So, what can Europe do about it? Access to capital continues to be a challenge in Europe.

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Peter Thiel says the Dublin Web Summit isn’t representative of ‘slacker’ Europe

The Next Web

Following comments to the Financial Times two months ago criticising the continent, venture capitalist Peter Thiel today dismissed Dublin Web Summit with its 20,000+ attendees as “not representative of Europe”. Thiel, who was born in Germany before moving with his parents to California aged one, told the audience: “The Web Summit is not representative of Europe at all. I think there’s something about the pessimism that permeates continental Europe that’s very demotivating.”

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Stock up: How to structure employee equity in Europe

The Next Web

In my last post on importance of employee equity, I set myself up for an ambitious task: to explain how employee equity works and how to set up a stock options plan in Europe. The post Stock up: How to structure employee equity in Europe appeared first on The Next Web. Entrepreneur Europe Analysis and Opinion How-To''s Andrej Kiska is an Associate at Credo Ventures.

Startups Start Local But Go Global. Is Europe Included?

VC Cafe

Campus London European Startups Eze Vidra Innovation Endeavors europe Israel Israeli startups venture capitalLast week I had the pleasure of speaking at the Cities Summit Tel Aviv, in a session moderated by Mr Yossi Vardi. The topic was the "Innovative code" of cities. My talk focused on London and its. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]].

Too Good To Go is Europe’s ‘hottest startup,’ wins Tech5 competition 2019

The Next Web

Just in: Danish startup Too Good To Go is this year’s “most promising startup” of regions Europe and Israel.

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Cloud Europe 2017: The Factory is Cranking

Cracking the Code

Recent SaaS trends and the Accel Euroscape of the 100 most promising companies in Europe and Israel This article was co-authored with my colleague Pia d'Iribarne and published initially on Findings were presented at Cloud Europe, an Accel and Salesforce event gathering the top 100 SaaS companies in Europe, in conjunction with SaaStock 2017. Out of the 12 IPOs, Mimecast is the only company from Europe. in Europe and $0.9B

OWA Beer – From Europe And Japan, With Love.


” From Japan to Europe… He held the belief that consumers would be keen to know who made the beers they were drinking and the philosophy that went behind them. That sparked a journey to Europe, with stints in Ireland, Germany and Belgium to learn how to make beer. Much of that production goes to markets in Europe – the United Kingdom is currently his biggest market – with 30-percent going back to Japan.

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TNW’s quest to discover Europe’s best scale-up is back – sign up now

The Next Web

Tech5 is the leading showcase for Europe’s fastest-growing scale-ups, giving them the opportunity to join a network of the best companies, investors, and experts from across the continent. Europe Tech Tech5 WorldTech5, annually hosted by TNW and Adyen, is back for the seventh time. This year we’re focusing on the ways technology can help create change and have a positive impact on society.

Want To Start A Business In Europe? Here’s What You Need To Know

YFS Magazine

This article Want To Start A Business In Europe? Want to start a business in Europe? This article Want To Start A Business In Europe? Here’s What You Need To Know appeared first in YFS Magazine: Startups, Small Business and Entrepreneurship Culture. There are huge opportunities for entrepreneurs with innovative ideas who want to startup or expand businesses abroad.

Austin-based argodesign Expands to Europe with an Office in Amsterdam


Austin-based argodesign announced this week it has expanded to Europe with the opening of a new office in Amsterdam. The post Austin-based argodesign Expands to Europe with an Office in Amsterdam appeared first on SiliconHills. The team heading up the new Amsterdam studio is known to Rolston. He worked with them previously at frog design. Tjeerd Hoek and Joe Fletcher, who are leading the argo studio in Amsterdam, previously held leadership […].

Troubling Times in Europe

Up and Running

Economic woes continue to dominate the headlines here in Europe (as in the US). At the moment the outlook in Europe is pretty bleak and business plans are being updated to reflect this uncertainty, or to put it another way; they are being ‘downgraded’ to reflect more modest growth projections. Solutions to the problems are less forthcoming. One thing is certain, once the dust settles, the implications arising from the problems will be far reaching.

2019 Accel Euroscape – The Rise of Europe

Cracking the Code

The top 100 SaaS companies in Europe and Israel The European Software-as-a-Service world changed forever when Daniel Dines, the founder of UiPath, made the cover of Forbes as ‘Boss of the Bots’ last month. The rise of Europe Against this healthy backdrop, let’s drill down into Europe. We will see a new generation of API companies emerging from Europe, with companies like MessageBird and Algolia already showing great promise.

Europe is underweight in Micro-VC

The Equity Kicker

However, Samir’s comments are largely based on US data and don’t separate out Europe and Asia. This chart shows that compared to the rest of the world Europe has a lower ratio of Micro VC funds to Non-Micro VC funds than the rest of the world, suggesting that unless the US is 2x+ overweight in Micro-VC we can expect substantial growth in the category over here. The surprising thing for me here is that in most years Asia has seen more Micro VC fundraises than Europe.

Startup Success: The Fastest Growing Gaming Company in Europe

The Startup Magazine

This list of Europe’s fastest growing companies provides a good indicator of the industries which are on the rise, as well as providing identifying the countries which are providing the opportunities for young companies to thrive. That company is lottery start-up Lottoland , which managed to make it to 128 th on the list of fastest growing companies in Europe, an enviable feat for a gaming company.

Tech5 2019 will expand its reach to all of Europe and Israel — apply now

The Next Web

So for the sixth time, together with our partner Adyen, TNW is on the hunt for the fastest-growing startups in Europe and Israel to showcase at TNW Conference 2019. TNW and Adyen’s annual Tech5 competition is back again. Every day, startups prove individuals can harness the power of technology to actually create change and have a positive impact on society. Here at TNW, we believe these silent innovators deserve their time in the spotlight.

London ranked best startup ecosystem in Europe

The Equity Kicker

A new report out from the Startup Genome and Telefonica Digital ranks London as the seventh best startup ecosystem in the world. As you can see from the table above Silicon Valley comes out top and Tel Aviv is the only city outside the US that comes ahead of London.

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Europe’s growing share of $1bn startups

The Equity Kicker

it excludes ARM and Autonomy) and elements are debateable (I’m not sure Soundcloud has achieved a $1bn valuation yet) but even with those caveats its clear that Europe has made a big step forward in creating ‘Unicorns’ Finally, if you’ve ever wondered why VCs care so much about $1bn exits, Aileen explains why: Why do investors seem to care about “billion dollar exits”?

Who are the 30 fastest growing companies in Europe?

The Next Web

This is a question we ask ourselves. Every year we search for the answer and for 2016, we’re proud to announce it to you. Congrats to Lesara for claiming the number one spot! Download the full list of the 30 fastest growing companies But that’s not all. For the fourth year in a row, TNW and Adyen joined forces to organize the Tech5 competition in which we scour The Netherlands, the UK, Spain, France, Germany and Sweden for the fastest revenue-growing companies.

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On the road again: This month, TNW Europe is in Istanbul, Dublin, Tel Aviv and Vienna

The Next Web

The week after it’s time for the Pioneers Festival in Vienna (Austria), a young startup and technology event put on by START Europe that looks mighty promising. Entrepreneur Europe Events Voice News road trip TNW EuropeJust a quick note interrupting our regular programming to let you know October is a busy conference month just like October is a busy conference month pretty much every year, and to let you know where to find us in the next few weeks.

Founder Institute doubles down on Europe, now runs 10 startup accelerator programs continent-wide

The Next Web

The Founder Institute , the early-stage startup accelerator that aims to ‘globalize Silicon Valley’, is doubling down on Europe big time. In addition, the Founder Institute is also testing new programs in Barcelona, Lisbon, London, Zurich, and Warsaw, and will be hosting several free events across Europe this autumn. Entrepreneur Europe Insider FI Founder Institute News Profiles and Interviews

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DLD 2011: Probably the best organized conference in Europe

VC Cafe

DLD 2011 Yosi Taguri yossi vardi #DLD11 burda Conference conference venue day deutches museum DLD Draft europe hotel hotel in munich hubert burda international journalists jim breyer Museum nikesh arora optional tour panel paul bernhard Technology technology museum thomas ebeling time Yest Yesterday Yossi

The Next Web introduces 12 local Startup Awards to celebrate entrepreneurship across Europe

The Next Web

Today, we’re introducing a new initiative called Startup Awards , in an effort to celebrate entrepreneurship anywhere – though we’re starting in Europe. As you may have heard, we have also partnered with the European Commission to launch a prestigious event called Europioneers to identify and award Europe’s finest technology entrepreneurs. Says Patrick de Laive, co-founder of The Next Web: “Europe needs real entrepreneurs to put itself back on the map again.

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Startup Equity Crowdfunding Grows in Europe (NESTA Report)

VC Cafe

Below is a table of the equity Crowdfunding platforms operating in Europe: Location. NESTA, the UK Innovation Foundation, has released the ” The Venture Crowd “, a new report on crowdfunding as an investment tool. The report reveals that in 2011 alone, €1.5 billion was raised through crowdfunding for projects and businesses in need of funds.

Growth Story: How learning app Blinkist became one of Europe’s fastest growing startups

The Next Web

Now, they’re one of the fastest growing startups of Europe, so we asked all about their… This story continues at The Next Web. Growth Story is a new four-question format we’re doing about startups finding and influencing a defining metric that helped really grow their company. This week the CEO and co-founder of Blinkist, Holger Seim, shares valuable insights into growing a subscription-based B2C service.

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Achieving hyper growth from Europe: Lessons from SoundCloud and Klarna [Video]

The Next Web

At last week’s The Next Web Conference in Amsterdam, Liam Boogar from TNW media partner Rude Baguette moderated a panel discussion on ‘Hyper Growth from Europe’ with a pair of Swedish entrepreneurs, SoundCloud co-founder Alex Ljung and Klarna co-founder Niklas Adalberth. Entrepreneur Europe Events Insider Video hyper growth Klarna Profiles and Interviews Soundcloud TNW2013

Niklas Zennström on Atomico’s investment strategy and Europe’s evolving startup ecosystem [Video]

The Next Web

A few weeks ago at the Dublin Web Summit, we caught up with Niklas Zennström , easily one of Europe’s most accomplished entrepreneurs with companies like Skype, KaZaa and Joost under his belt. Entrepreneur Europe Insider Video Atomico Atomico Ventures Niklas Zennstrom Profiles and Interviews skype

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Entrepreneurship Week and Europe’s Best Startups 2010

VC Cafe

Perhaps it means that Israel is missing the consumer Internet boat ( Mike Eisenberg gave his hypothesis in the Hummus manifesto on why that may be in three parts) or that they aren’t doing enough business in Europe. I didn’t run the numbers, but most Israeli startups will at some point consider relocating to the US, however, a much lower amount have any kind of representation in Europe.

Accel SaaS 100 Europe 2017: Calling the Leaders

Cracking the Code

Nominations are now open for the 2017 edition of Accel SaaS 100 Europe, the list of the top 100 leading SaaS companies emerging from Europe & Israel. Last year, after many months of research, we published alongside our Article “SaaS Wars: Europe awakens” the first list of 100 leading SaaS companies from Europe & Israel, in conjunction with SaaStock 2016, the first large scale SaaS event taking place in Europe.

Will there be a Series A crunch in Europe?

The Equity Kicker

This data is from the US and I haven’t found anything comparable for Europe so answering the question of whether or not we will have a Series A crunch here is more difficult. What we do know here is that the VC investments are roughly flat at c£1bn a year in the UK and maybe the same again around Europe, implying that Series A investments are also flat, as is the case in the US.

Has Europe Earned its Place as a Global Tech Leader?

Cracking the Code

Short interview on the European tech ecosystem and recent exits at the Dublin Web Summit with Caroline Hyde from Bloomberg

2017 Year In Review: Business Ups And Downs, Cryptocurrencies, Europe, A Solar Startup And More by Yaro Starak

The post 2017 Year In Review: Business Ups And Downs, Cryptocurrencies, Europe, A Solar Startup And More appeared first on [ Download MP3 | Transcript Coming Soon | iTunes | Soundcloud | Raw RSS ] As we head towards the new year, now is a great time to look back over 2017 and review results. In response to a great suggestion from Mani, a member of our Laptop Lifestyle Academy and.