Meal kits, ultracapacitors, Turkish social media law, and where are all the promised e-residents?

This week, we talk about some of the biggest stories in European tech, including a new UK-based unicorn, ultracapacitor tongue-twisters, Turkish social media policies, and much more. Also check out an interview with Ott Vatter, who was at the time of the recording the managing director of the e-Residency program in Estonia.

And here are the notes and links for this week’s episode:

🍽 Meal kit company Gousto hits unicorn status, but founder Timo Boldt doesn't care all that much about valuations.

🔋 Skeleton Technologies, the Estonian startup developing the “SuperBattery,” has raised a €41.3m Series D funding round

💸 The pandemic’s impact on private equity so far: New report shows strong raising but lower investing

🇹🇷 Turkey fines social media giants for breaching online law

🎙 We interviewed Ott Vatter, former managing director of the e-Residency program in Estonia

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