Denmark’s Unity Technologies has revolutionised the video game industry. Its founder, David Helgason, describes how it happened.
Izanami Martínez is implementing a new, more efficient way to see the doctor – with the smartphone.
A German start-up improves warehouse automation.
British entrepreneur Sarah Wood founded the tech start-up Unruly, an online video ad platform that was acquired last year by News Corp for nearly €135 million.
Technology Will Save Us teaches programming using toys in a whole new way.
A journalist explains how start-ups can improve the day-to-day existence of refugees and help make their dreams a reality.
A young Danish entrepreneur chose to leave Europe for an exotic location.
Blitab co-founder Kristina Tsvetanova discusses the challenges of launching a social start-up.
Part car, part plane, Aeromobil needs just a 200-m straightaway to deploy its wings and take off.
David Becker, the co-founder of Swiss-based Zkipster, explains how his firm became a micro multinational with eight employees on three continents.
It’s a good way to raise money, but it can also hinder a company’s development, explains Tereza Tykvova.
Crowdfunding demands a well-planned communication strategy, explains Daniela Castrataro, co-founder of the Future of Crowdfunding conference.