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Articles tagged with: Silicon Valley

Rethinking Banking

Written by Credit Suisse on Wednesday, 20 April 2016.

1460557301131.2Thousands of new business models are sprouting up in the finance industry; investors are betting billions on the Fintech scene. While it may be surprising at first glance, traditional banks are among those profiting from this transformation.

The Euro VC Industry is just making money for America - With apologies to Gloria Estefan, how do we turn the beat around?

Written by Julie Meyer on Thursday, 17 March 2016.

jm33The European venture capital industry is really just making money for America.

Much of the European venture capital industry has one play in their playbook: to find the best European tech entrepreneur from Helsinki to Madrid, and to sell their business to a US tech platform company. Twenty five of these buy the overwhelming majority of European venture back start-ups.

Why should you care? Why does this matter?

The Power of the Clean Sheet of Paper * The Third Version of the Future * Voila The Origins of Growth

Written by Julie Meyer on Thursday, 25 February 2016.

I attended a conference recently where many of the regulators of Europe’s banks, senior EU policy makers, and think tank Directors lined most of the panels. Pretty quickly all questions and discussions led to: how do we create growth? Quantitative easing? More lending? But there’s not demand for it. Capital markets’ union? Political union? Maybe technology has something to do with it? The men on stage were scratching their heads literally and figuratively, unaware it seems that the elephant on stage with them was: Europe’s entrepreneurs.

Do entrepreneurs still need to move to Silicon Valley in order to be successful?

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Monday, 01 June 2015.

London, along with many other small communities across the globe are now fast competing with the largest and most influential start-up ecosystem in the world - Silicon Valley. London however, still suffers considerably, with 81% less capital raised in the second stage of a startup’s lifecycle compared with Silicon Valley. Over the last 30+ years Silicon Valley has produced the biggest tech Goliaths we know today. The rest of the world is catching up, but do entrepreneurs really need to be in the Valley to guarantee success?

Poland's Funmedia sets sights on Silicon Valley

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Wednesday, 14 May 2014.

Breaking the US market is a famously difficult task for European startups, but former Startup of the Year Funmedia - one of Poland's brightest innovators - is hoping to achieve just that after winning Silicon Valley's "Ready To Go!" international accelerator programme.

Globo: making waves in Silicon Valley

Written by Amit Pau on Monday, 12 May 2014.

In the digital age, there are few businesses that can truthfully say they still stick to the traditional 9-5 working day. Recognising the complications that arise from mobile communication and working remotely, an intrepid Greek-based startup is developing technology that complements the 'new normal' of employees staying connected even when outside the office.

Acquiring Silicon Valley businesses from Athens

Written by Maria Kagkelidou on Wednesday, 07 May 2014.

Athens-based Globo is considered one of the 10 strongest businesses in the world in Enterprise Mobility Management and in Mobile Application Development Technology. It is buying out Silicon Valley businesses and planning to create hundreds of jobs in the next few months in Greece and abroad. Maria Kagkelidou spoke to Kostis Papadimitrakopouls, Globo founder and CEO, who also presides over Greece's Association of Mobile Application Companies, to find out more. 

Attitude, Boldness and Creativity - The ABC of Start-Up Cultures Worldwide

Written by Omer Shai on Wednesday, 30 April 2014.

Silicon Roundabout, Wadi, Plateau, Docks, Health – just some of the growing number of start-up hubs popping up around the globe. As an early member of the team at Wix.com, headquartered in Tel-Aviv, I'm often asked how a small country like Israel can have such a world-dominating start-up culture.

Why Silicon Valley is disconnected from European Entrepreneurs

Written by Sina Afra on Tuesday, 29 April 2014.

Every time I visit Silicon Valley – very regularly since 2005 – I recognize how little of a role Europe plays over there. The discussion order goes like this: First Silicon Valley, then the rest of the USA. Followed by China and rest of Asia. Next level is Brazil, and finally Europe. I do not dare to talk about Germany, England, CEE or Turkey in particular. Europe is in one pool – in the view of Silicon Valley.

Silicon Valley vs. Silicon Roundabout

Written by Guillaume Baron on Thursday, 17 April 2014.

While Silicon Valley was once the centre of the known universe for any aspiring technology start-up, there are lots of reasons why start-ups from the UK, Europe and beyond are now choosing to strike out in London. Figures published in the Tech City Third Anniversary Report show the number of technology companies in London increased 76% from 2009 to 2012. In the same period, the tech sector in the capital grew by nearly 17% and was responsible for 27% of London's job growth.

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