The first meeting of the Hans Startup project took place in Gdańsk on April 25 this year. Startup Hansa (https://www.startuphansa.com/) is an idea of building a global startup ecosystem that will enable startups to leverage different startup hubs across the globe in different stages of development. Gdansk, Amsterdam, Stockholm, Phoenix, Berlin and many other startup hubs are not the biggest hubs in their geography but they all have advantages for certain types of startups to grow. Yet, they did not evolve into a full-lifecycle ecosystem like Silicon Valley, London or Tel Aviv.
About enterprise software vc deal activity in Central and Eastern Europe said Bartosz Lipnicki (Alfabeat). How Digital Securities will disrupt the way we fund startups & scaleups opinion p? | Marc Wesselink (VentureRock, Investing and Expansion in Africa was the presentation by Marek Zmysłowski (HotelOnline.co). How to build a cross-border ecosystem of 2nd tier startuphubs to outcompete the leaders explained Matt Kurleto (Neoteric, Techseed.me).
The investors presented their most significant challenges and share their observations. The knowledge gathered during this event will be distributed in the form of a report that will be the base for further work on building an integrated ecosystem of various startup hubs. the meeting was supported by STARTER and the City of Gdańsk. Photo: Marek Grzybowski
Photo: Marek Grzybowski
More info: https://www.startuphansa.com/