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Ukraine’s tech scene is a 'pillar of resistance,' says industry boss
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is putting the country’s tech progress at risk and the country needs international help, the Director of TechUkraine told Euronews Next.
10-minute delivery service threatens to sue Dutch cities
Rapid delivery services like Getir and Gorillas exploded in popularity last year, but that expansion has come at a cost to their neighbours in the Netherlands.
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How Europe’s anti-Amazon start-up is changing our shopping habits
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The device uses a carousel of 10 flavour canisters to render different tastes on a lickable transparent film that slides down over images of food.
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Cannabis start-ups blooming as Germany eyes legal recreational use
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Palantir is on a charm offensive to woo France’s start-ups
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How Dubai’s strategic location is serving start-ups
Offering both airports and seaports, Dubai’s infrastructure and location between east and west make it a strategically sound base for import and export industries, which is why Squat Wolf founders Wajdan Gul and Anam Khalid chose to start their business and establish headquarters in Dubai
Uber setback as UK court rules business model unlawful
The ridesharing app lost the argument that it only acts as an agent for drivers in the British capital, setting the taxi app market up for a major overhaul.
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The Spanish inventor creating electricity from nature
"Imagine, being in the middle of a park or a street and being able to touch a plant and turn on the lights of that specific area."
Banks and fintechs: A common purpose key to a successful partnership
Wise, one of Europe's largest fintechs, explains how banks and fintechs can create a mutually beneficial and successful partnership.
DoorDash comes to Europe in €7 billion buyout of Wolt
The two companies are expected to merge early next year, with Wolt CEO Miki Kuusi heading up the American company's international division.
French startups demand tech support from presidential hopefuls
In a so-called 'Manifesto of French Startups', companies are calling on those running in the upcoming elections to boost France’s tech credentials.
How Portugal is going green to prepare for the digital transition
Euronews Next spoke to Portugal’s Economy and Digital Transition Minister Pedro Siza Viera about how the country is embracing technology and start-ups.
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The ten-minute grocery app has faced strike action for months over claims of late wages and poor working conditions.
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Why French start-ups had a record year despite COVID
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