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Prezentacija "The European Startup: Opportunities " koju je Mike Butcher održao na How to Web Belgrade konferenciji 16. juna 2011. godine u Beogradu. …

Prezentacija "The European Startup: Opportunities " koju je Mike Butcher održao na How to Web Belgrade konferenciji 16. juna 2011. godine u Beogradu.

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  • 1. Mike Butcher Editor, TechCrunch Europe http://eu.techcrunch.com/about [email_address] @mikebutcher Linkedin.com/in/mikebutcher Facebook.com/mikebutcher
  • 2. European Start-Up Trends
    • VCs going early stage or ‘growth’
    • European startups accelerators
    • Groupon clones
    • Enterprise startups
    • Startups focused on culture
    • Mobile innovation
    • Launching on big platforms (FB/Tw)
  • 3. European Start-Up Trends
    • VCs: Capital concentrated in London
    • Accelerators not Incubators
    • Groupon clone fallout
    • Enterprise: Erply / MarketInvoice
    • Culture: Artfinder, Garmz, Songkick
    • Mobile: Apps (Nokia shifts to US)
    • Platforms: Tweetdeck, Datasift
  • 4. European Start-Up Accelerators
    • White Bear Yard
    • HackFwd
    • Seedcamp
    • TechHub
  • 5. Seedcamp
  • 6. Seedcamp
    • Launched 2007, Euro first, increasingly global
    • VC & angels investors
    • Network of 500+ mentors
    • Multiple ‘mini events’ around the globe
    • Annual Seedcamp Week: 5-10 startups win €50,000 funding for c. 5-10% stake
    • Further 3 months of intensive mentoring
  • 7. Seedcamp
  • 8. Seedcamp
  • 9. HackFwd
  • 10. HackFwd
    • Backed by Lars Hinrichs, founder of Xing, and other investors in 2010
    • Funding goes up to €191,000 per team
    • Funding designed to last a year
    • HackFwd takes 27% of a company it invests in, founders keep 70% equity, with 3% going to advisors
    • Quarterly un-conferences "in cool places”
  • 11. HackFwd
  • 12. HackFwd
  • 13. White Bear Yard
  • 14. White Bear Yard
    • Backed by three prominent London-based Angels with a European network
    • Large physical space for startups
    • Not a formal programme as such
    • Closer to incubator?
  • 15. White Bear Yard
  • 16. White Bear Yard
  • 17. TechHub.com
  • 18. TechHub
    • Founded 2010, by Elizabeth Varley (CEO) and Mike Butcher (Strategy)
    • Backed by Sponsors (Google/Pearson)
    • Large physical space for startups to co-work/ hotdesk or rent cheap desks
    • Accelerator programme, education
    • Services: Introductions to investors
    • “ Platform” for others to use
    • £375 ($615) a year to join
  • 19. TechHub
  • 20. TechHub
  • 21. TechHub
  • 22. TechHub
  • 23. TechHub
  • 24. TechHub
  • 25. Others in Europe
    • Le Camping (France)
    • SpringBoard (UK)
    • Launch48 (UK)
    • Startup Bootcamp (Denmark)
    • TNW Incubator in Amsterdam
    • Garage48 (Estonia)
    • Openfund (Greece)
    • TetuanValley (Spain)
    • The Founder Institute (Pan-European)
  • 26. Mike Butcher Editor, TechCrunch Europe http://eu.techcrunch.com/about [email_address] @mikebutcher Linkedin.com/in/mikebutcher Facebook.com/mikebutcher (I don’t carry business cards)