As capital markets are becoming more mature in several European countries, the new challenge for startups is securing talent. Still, remote working, business solutions and upcoming EU policies could disrupt the landscape.
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France presented its shining performance and ambitious plans to stay at the top of the tech industry for years to come in front of French and European tech players at France Digital Day on Wednesday (22 September) in Paris. EURACTIV France reports.
More than 400 founders and leaders of Belgian start-ups have launched a call on the country's federal and regional governments to support startups and scaleups with additional government aid to avoid their decline during and after the coronavirus pandemic.
The European Commission announced on Monday (18 March) new changes to the European Innovation Council and a budget increase to €2 billion, to improve and encourage entrepreneurs and innovation in Europe.