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Europe needs to learn to play nicely

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Presentation on opportunities for European startups for Plugg 2010 conference - http://plugg.eu/

Presentation on opportunities for European startups for Plugg 2010 conference - http://plugg.eu/

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  • 1. Learning to play well together
    Saul Klein@capehttp://localglo.besaul@indexventures.com
    Plugg – BrusselsMar 11th, 2010
  • 2.
  • 3. No shortage of technical talent
  • 4. Low cost of start ups
  • 5. Open Source is mainstream
  • 6. Platforms change costs: infrastructure, revenue and distribution
  • 7. Hamburg
    We have strong local networks
    Helsinki
    Utrecht
    Paris
    Belgrade
    Leeds
  • 8. Connected to a federated ecosystem
  • 9. -
    Internet is truly global, we know how to play nicely with the US
  • 10. It’s not about being European, its about changing the world
  • 11. Niklas Zennstrom & Janus Friis
    changed telecoms
  • 12. Marten Mickos changed enterprise software
  • 13. David Heinemeier Hansson
    changed web programming
  • 14. Jacques-Antoine Granjon ischanging shopping
  • 15. Role Models
    Daniel Ek is changing music
  • 16. Kristian Segestrale is changing games
  • 17. Natalie Massenet
    is changing fashion
  • 18. Errol Damelin is changing personal finance
  • 19. Eldar & Roy Tuvey and Jos & Ben Whiteare changing Internet security
  • 20. Iain Dodsworth is changing real-time web
  • 21. Changed publishing
  • 22. Changed television
  • 23. Changedhousewares
  • 24. Changed apparel
  • 25.
  • 26. Sophisticated risk capital
  • 27. Bootstrapped role models
  • 28. Think big
    Think big, think different
  • 29. Learning to play well together
    Saul Klein@capehttp://localglo.besaul@indexventures.com
    Plugg – BrusselsMar 11th, 2010

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