As technology continues to rapidly evolve, the startup industry remains at the forefront of innovation. With startups emerging from all corners of the globe, it’s
Only 1% of venture capital today goes to companies founded by women. Estonia’s successful female founders are teaming up, speaking up, and stepping up to
CoinsPaid, an ecosystem of business solutions for smooth integration of crypto with a leading global cryptocurrency payment processor, is thrilled to announce its partnership with
Kyoto has a strong image as a tourist city, but actually it is one of Japan’s leading manufacturing cities, with the long history of traditional industries that have been inherited over the years. There are located many leading global companies such as Kyocera, Shimadzu, Murata, Nintendo, and so on.
During these historical days for Belarus all Belarusians including the tech community are standing up for freedom. 10 promising Belarusian startups from Imaguru and TechMinsk community will pitch online. Please spread the word about talented, hardworking and fearless Belarus founders.
Startup Estonia and nine law firms in Estonia have created a set of free model legal documents to simplify your startup’s journey.
The Karma Academy is the pit stop to world-class know-how sessions for founders seeking help and support in their businesses. The speakers have extensive experience and impressive backgrounds that will be beneficial for every entrepreneur seeking growth and success in their company.
The startup ecosystem in Europe is changing together with the more ambitious entrepreneurs emerging and therefore, the EIC programme is entering a new era.
TOP10 startups to go through to the final round of Latitude59 and EstBAN pitching competition: R8tech – R8tech will take your building technical management to
Startup city Fukuoka pitching competition Startups, want to do business in Asia and get to know more about the Japanese business environment? Latitude59’s long term
Access to world-class mentors can be life-changing for an early-stage startup. From 24-28 August 70 international mentors will hold 200 online roundtable sessions, covering topics from business strategies and finance to people and growth. Registration opens on 31 July on a first-come-first-served basis.