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Nvidia + Arm, Klarna's funding, interview with Meri Williams of HealX

This week, we talk about some of the biggest stories in European tech from the past week, including the Nvidia/Arm deal and Klarna's behemoth funding round. Also check out an interview with Meri Williams, CTO at HealX, formerly of Monzo, Moo, and the UK government.

EQT buys Idealista, more money for Mollie and Klarna, and we talk to PJ Pärson of Northzone

This week, we talk about some of the biggest stories in European tech from the past week, including EQT buying Idealista, funding for Mollie and Klarna, and trans-Atlantic data transfers. Also check out an interview with Pär-Jörgen Pärson, general partner at Northzone.

Rocket Internet's retreat, France earmarks money for startups, Germany 💖 Elon, and we talk to Laura González-Estéfani of TheVentureCity

This week, we talk about some of the biggest stories in European tech from the past week, including Rocket Internet's retreat from the public markets, the prospects of Tesla in Germany, France helping out its tech startups, and more. Also check out an interview with Laura González-Estéfani, founder and CEO of TheVentureCity fund.

New Fairphone, Napster bought by European startup, and we talk to CEO of Coursera and Sherry Coutu of Digital Boost

This week, we talk about some of the biggest stories in European tech from the past week, including the deals and rumours involving The Hut Group, Auto 1, and Delivery Hero, as well as the new device from Fairphone and the brand value of Napster. Also check out an interview with Jeff Maggioncalda, CEO of Coursera and Sherry Coutu, serial entrepreneur and the head of Digital Boost.

German startups against Google, funding for Omio and Voodoo, and we talk to Elizabeth Varley about TechHub

This week, we talk about some of the biggest stories in European tech from the past week, including funding rounds for Voodoo and Omio, German travel startups ganging up against Google, and an update from Wirecard. Also check out a great interview with Elizabeth Varley, the founder and CEO of TechHub, a darling of London's tech ecosystem that recently went into administration.

HMD's funding, Apple's antitrust roller-coaster, European fintech issues, and interview with Printful's Kristine Kornilova

This week, we talk about some of the biggest stories in European tech from the past week, including the $230 million funding round for HMD, Apple antitrust updates, France looking into TikTok, and some news from the fintech department, namely from Revolut, Holvi, and N26. Later in the show, you’ll hear an interview with Kristine Kornilova, communication project manager of Latvia's Printful.

We talk to Transferwise CFO Matt Briers, and about Zynga buying Rollic, Uber buying Autocab, Fitbit and more

This week, we talk about some of the biggest stories in European tech, including Zynga's acquisition of Rollic, the European Commission's investigation of the Google/Fitbit deal, Sweden's Northvolt securing $1.6 billion, and more. Later in the show, we feature an interview with Matt Briers, CFO of $5 billion fintech scale-up Transferwise.

Facebook sues EU, AUTO1 nabs €225M + an interview with Atomico & Moonfire founder Mattias Ljungman

This week, we talk about some of the biggest stories in European tech, including Facebook suing EU regulators, Telegram filing a complaint against Apple, AUTO1 raising €225 million and more. We also feature an interview with investor and Atomico/Moonfire founder Mattias Ljungman.

about eBay/Adevinta and e-scooters, a rant on the EU budget and a chat with Accel's Philippe Botteri

This week, we talk about some of the biggest stories in European tech, including Paris' pick for 3 e-scooter fleet operators, Adevinta buying eBay's classified ads biz and more. We also discuss European venture data for Q2 and I rant about the EU budget, and top it off with a conversation with Accel partner Philippe Botteri.

Apple (and Ireland)'s win against the EU, Privacy Shield invalidated, and we interview Sinch CEO Oscar Werner

This week, we talk about some of the biggest stories in European tech, including Apple’s victory in its fight against a $14.8 billion back-tax bill in Ireland, the invalidation of the EU-US Privacy Shield and more. Later in the show, you'll hear an interview with Oscar Werner, the CEO of Stockholm, Sweden-based Sinch.

Opera goes fintech, Travelperk buys Albatross, and a conversation with Blippar's new CEO

This week, we talk about some of the biggest stories in European tech, including Opera venturing into fintech, Travelperk buying Albatross and much more. Later in the show, you'll hear an interview with Faisal Galaria, who joined British AR tech company Blippar as its new CEO last year.

solarisBank raises €60M, six fresh funds in Europe and an interview with C4 Ventures' Raph Crouan

This week, we talk about some of the biggest stories in European tech, including six new funds for VCs, solarisBank raising €60 million and Transferwise looking to deal in investments. Later in the show, you'll hear an interview with Raph Crouan, partner of business development at VC firm C4 Ventures.

Big rounds for Checkout.com, Swile and Cazoo, and our interview with Black Swan CEO Steve King

This week, we talk about some of the biggest stories in European tech, like the ongoing downfall of Wirecard, a couple of big financing rounds, and Facebook’s legal trouble in Germany. Later in the show, you’ll hear an interview with Steve King, CEO of UK-based artificial intelligence technology startup Black Swan.

Wirecard misses billions, EU investigates Apple, we interview the CEO of Parkwalk

This week, we talk about some of the biggest stories in European tech, like the EU's new investigations into some of Apple's practices and Wirecard's missing billions. Later in the show, you'll hear an interview with Moray Wright, CEO of UK-based Parkwalk Advisors.

EU is still after Amazon; bioinformatics 101 with Lifebit

This week, we discuss the latest developments in the EU's investigation into how Amazon works with third-party merchants. Later in the show, you’ll hear an interview with Maria Chatzou Dunford, founder and CEO of Lifebit.

Just Eat Grub Takeaway Hub

This week, let's take a look at the role that European startups may play in the food delivery industry in the US. Later in the show, you'll hear an interview with Antti-Jussi Suominen, CEO at the Finnish fintech startup Holvi.

What Margrethe Vestager had to say

In today’s special episode, listen to a fireside chat and a panel discussion that our founding editor Robin Wauters hosted at the virtual conference Podim DX. He talked to Margrethe Vestager, European Commissioner for Competition and the chair of the group Europe Fit for the Digital Age, as well as Gerd Leonhard of The Futures Agency and Emilija Stojmenova Duh of 4PDIH.

BlaBla Voi (feat. Nicolas Brusson)

This week, Andrii dives into the latest e-scooter news and talks to Nicolas Brusson, co-founder and CEO of BlaBlaCar.

Early-stage funding landscape in Europe

In today’s special episode, listen to a few fragments of a panel discussion about the VC landscape in Europe, organised by Nastasya Savina in early May. The participants, including our own Robin Wauters, discussed the changes in the industry related to the COVID-19 crisis and shared actionable advice for fundraising startups.

One SaaS to rule them all; Facebook and startups

This week, Robin Wauters talks to Roni Bonjack, who runs startup acceleration programs in the EMEA region for Facebook. Later in the show, you'll also hear from Cristina Vila Vives, whose startup Cledara helps companies manage their SaaS subscriptions.

Let's talk to startups in smart city and mobility

Welcome to a new series of special episodes of Tech.eu Podcast, made in collaboration with The Next Web. Over three shows, we’ll talk to VCs, governmental organisations, and startups about the changes in the entrepreneurial ecosystem in times of crisis and the ways for founders to navigate it. Today, we’ll hear from Karolina Korth (Siemens Mobility), Antonio Jara (HOPU), Joris Jeelof (RoadEO), and Linus Frank (Vesputi).

Matthew Goldstein of M12; crash course in RPA with TeRoCo

This week, Andrii Degeler talks to Matthew Goldstein, partner at M12 who moved from the US to London last year to represent the firm in Europe. Later in the show, join a crash course in Robotic Process Automation with the co-founders of TeRoCo, a bootstrapped startup from Belgium.

How France, the Netherlands, Latvia, and the EU support startups

Welcome to a new series of special episodes of Tech.eu Podcast, made in collaboration with The Next Web. Over three shows, we’ll talk to VCs, governmental organisations, and startups about the changes in the entrepreneurial ecosystem in times of crisis and the ways for founders to navigate it. Today, we’ll hear from Katerina Borunska (European Commission), Kat Borlongan (La French Tech), Olga Barreto Goncalves (LIAA), and Nils Beers (Techleap).

On the future of education (feat. MEL Science, Brainly, and Lingvist)

This week, Andrii Degeler and Robin Wauters talk to several edutech entrepreneurs to figure out how the landscape of the industry is changing, and what the insiders expect to happen in the future. It also turns out that, contrary to what many believe, not all educational startups are doing great during the pandemic.

How to raise capital in times of crisis? Let's hear from VCs

Welcome to a new series of special episodes of Tech.eu Podcast, made in collaboration with The Next Web. Over three shows, we'll talk to VCs, governmental organisations, and startups about the changes in the entrepreneurial ecosystem in times of crisis and the ways for founders to navigate it. Today, we'll hear from Alastair Mitchell (EQT), Itxaso del Palacio (Notion), Jacqueline van den Ende (Peak Capital), and Janneke Niessen (CapitalT).

Roxanne Varza on startups' downsizing; Wil Benton on the future of ATI Boeing Accelerator

This week, Andrii Degeler is joined by Roxanne Varza, director of Station F, to talk about why European startups avoid the topic of downsizing. Then, later in the show, you'll hear from Wil Benton about the ATI Boeing Accelerator and why there are so few actual aviation startups in accelerators launched by airlines and plane manufacturers.

From legal tech and online learning to brain stimulation and depression treatment

Welcome to an interview special episode of our podcast: a format, in which we put together a few pre-recorded conversations with some of the most interesting people of the European startup ecosystem.

Fred Destin (Stride) on VC's role in crisis; Richard Muirhead (Fabric) on governmental support for startups

In this episode, Andrii Degeler talks to two European VCs about timely topics that came out over the past week. Fred Destin of Stride.VC will walk us through his reasoning on the role of a VC in times of crisis; in the second interview, Fabric's Richard Muirhead discusses the necessity of governmental support for startups on an example of the UK.

“AI Eurovision” Special: Where androids dream of electric guitars

In this episode, we're joined in our virtual studio by Ed Newton-Rex, who sold his AI music startup to ByteDance. Ed is a jury member of the AI Song Contest — billed as the “AI Eurovision,” — where 12 teams compete with their songs created with the use of AI. Public voting in the contest is open until May 10.

Hectic week for Amazon in Europe; PEPP-PT and contact-tracing apps; Exeger and future of self-charging gadgets

This week, Andrii Degeler and Natalie Novick discuss the good and bad things happening to Amazon in Europe, the reasons why we still don't have an EU-wide contact tracing app, and much more. The featured interview of the episode is a conversation with Giovanni Fili, CEO and founder of Exeger, who talks about the future of self-charging gadget and the “light-conscious” next generation.

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