Munich-based start-up Celonis helps companies refine their everyday processes.
European universities and start-ups are developing translation tools that have become popular the world over.
Anticipating a decline in car ownership, start-ups like Bestmile and Amber plan to power seamless on-demand services.
With robo-advisors and improved regulation, machine learning could make financial systems friendlier and more rewarding.
By providing regulators with better tools, Mathieu Rosenbaum hopes to create healthier markets.
Swiss start-up Ava’s wristband collects data on fertility. The goal: to help couples have a baby.
The days when Barbie thinks only about what to wear are over. Smart-Gurlz has designed a doll to teach young girls about computer programming.
Formerly home to industry giant Nokia, the country is now a leading player in mobile phone game apps. Here’s a look at what it will take to keep winning.
WeTransfer is a Dutch start-up expanding into the US and into mobiles, while remaining faithful to its user base: the creative scene. The new CEO explains his strategy.
Dubbed the Bill Gates of the Alps, Austrian entrepreneur Daniel Mattes recently launched his third start-up.
A new technophile President and the inauguration of the giant Station F incubator are providing France with the visibility it needs.
After testing its business model, a start-up has to begin producing regular income. This is a tricky step, and few are successful.
With its 2,000 new high-tech companies, Israel has become the Silicon Valley of the Middle East.
Polaroid enthusiasts have recreated instant film that can be used in old cameras and developed a new camera as well.
A journalist explains how start-ups can improve the day-to-day existence of refugees and help make their dreams a reality.
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