How the Unicorns of the Sharing Economy are Disrupting the World* by Eladio Delgado After 2 centuries of hegemony of the last human economic system, the industrial and modern… read more →
SEP releases first research into the Portuguese ICT Scaleups and Exits ecosystem, published with the support of Microsoft Portugal and Ativar Portugal Startups. Despite its relatively recent history, 40 scaleups… read more →
Helsinki, 11 November 2015 – Startup Europe Partnership (SEP) announces today a partnership with ELITE, London Stock Exchange Group’s innovative business support programme. The agreement has been signed yesterday in… read more →
The Startup Europe Comes to Silicon Valley week is just over.
Here you can get a sense of what happened and how participants perceived the mix of meetings, presentations, workshops, keynotes … and fun.
They are the new potential EU Unicorns and they are going to Silicon Valley. Fifteen scaleups representing Belgium, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Spain, and the UK… read more →
Why should corporates and startups work together? How do they collaborate so that both can win? To answer these questions, SEP and Nesta recently launched – in collaboration with Founders Forum… read more →
*This post was originally published on http://www.nesta.org.uk/blog/winning-together-guide-successful-corporate-startup-collaboration#sthash.qlsTKKJ1.dpuf How can we keep at the forefront of innovation and new market trends in the digital age? Can we solve key business problems in… read more →
Quite interesting opportunity if you are a fintech startup or an company with innovative ideas that might contribute to the banking industry’s evolution and transformation (such as big data, security,… read more →
The “SEP Policy Workshop: European Startup Scene” was held in Brussels on the 4th of May 2015 at the European Parliament in Brussels, where a panel of experts discussed about… read more →
As SEP we have been working for a while with large corporates, trying to support them in their effort to innovate and deal with the disruption forces. This HBR article … read more →