Measure your Entrepreneurial Ecosystem’s Health with this easy-to-use tool developed by Startup Heatmap Europe, Swisscontact and Credit Suisse.
The first all-online DEEP Startup Ecosystem Conference took place on 15 April 2021. Find out about highlights and key outcomes in this article.
The Startup Heatmap Europe curates the Top 50 most attractive startup cities for founders in Europe. Next to the survey of more than 1,200 founder opinions the research spans investments, job creation, meetup activities, trend analysis, diversity and a ranking of the performance of accelerators.
One of the DEEPSEA most distinctive approaches is to support the emergence and strengthening of organizations at the community level that are committed to support their ecosystems. With aim to support leaders from grassroots communities, we are inviting change agents who have a passion for implementing changes in their community to attend DEEP Ecosystem Conference for FREE.
DEEPSEA East Africa Pitching Day: Activating East African Ecosystem through Innovative Projects
Latin American startup ecosystem builders launch 7 new initiatives for sustainability & impact We just completed our first Latin American edition of DEEPSEA, our Startup Ecosystem Accelerator. In a three-week program sponsored by GIZ, the German development cooperation agency, a diverse group of 36 ecosystem builders from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador,
Covid-19 has profoundly affected the startup world
As part of our annual survey, we asked startups how the pandemic and the lockdowns affected their operations as well as investments and growth outlook.
ETINX helps to build your app or software with high-class CTOs who mentor aspiring African programmers (with relevant coding experience) and are passionate to work on your project.
Seth started the Foundry Group together with Techstars Founder Brad Feld. They knew each other from Brad’s previous fund Mobius Ventures and are investing in technology companies throughout the US and Canada. Together they wrote the bestselling book “Startup Metrics”.
Many startup places have positioned themselves smartly. Brands like Startup Estonia started the Hackathon movement, France promised the most funding, even the EU was one of the first players to address the issues. This experience shows, that it pays off to engage and lead the way forward. The next wave of successful initiatives surely will have to be about more tailored initiatives addressing slowing VC funding, hard-hit verticals like tourism or how to maintain transnational networks despite long-term travel restrictions.