Guest Post by the Observatory of P101 Forget Silicon Valley: Europe is more and more often in the spotlight when it comes to start-ups.
Silicon Valley-based venture firm The Venture Reality Fund (The VR Fund) released its first European virtual reality (VR) landscape, featuring companies developing infrastructure, tools/platforms and/or apps for the growing ecosystem.
Guest Post by the Observatory of P101 The transformational potential of big data is huge. The volume of data continues to double every three years as information pours in from digital platforms, wireless sensors, virtual-reality applications, and billions of mobile phones. Data-storage capacity has increased, while its cost has plummeted. In Italy alone, the market […]
Guest Post by the Observatory of P101 According to TechCrunch experts, by the year 2018 our smartphones will be able to support virtual reality and augmented reality.
France is emerging as one of the most active European countries in terms of venture capital investment activity.
Earlier this week, Dealroom released its annual venture capital report (free download), alongside trusted media partner Tech.eu. The report is packed with data and insights. Below are 10 key observations from that report.
After two years of strong growth, both venture capital dollars invested and the number of deals in the United States declined in 2016.
Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) has released its annual Healthcare Investments and Exits 2017 report.
Another record year for Swedish tech startups.
London, UK-based venture capital firm Atomico has released the second edition of the State of European Tech report (2016), which analyzes what’s happening in the continental ecosystem in 2016.
PrivCo, a New York-based provider of private company financial data and business research, has released the 2017 IPO Candidates report.
The insurance sector has entered a phase of profound transformation. Numerous Insurtech startups—around 1,000 according to Venture Scanner map—have popped up to challenge the traditional model by generating more than 16 billion dollars in the last year from insurance companies.
According to an exclusive poll of global technology investors presented at global technology conference Web Summit 2016 in Lisbon, governments are failing to prepare for the impact of artificial intelligence which is set to destroy millions of jobs.
Invest Europe has launched a new guide for pension funds on private equity and venture capital investment.
Today, Fortune released the 2016 40 Under 40, its annual ranking of the most influential under 40 people in business.