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Vooom is a Polish company providing a multimodal trip planner. For the fastest and cheapest travel from A to B, the app integrates public transport with shared mobility options: scooters, bikes, and cars. Vooom has a majority share in the company Huby Mobilności (Mobility Hubs) which aims to set up hubs for shared vehicles in places such as business districts, malls, and stations. Huby Mobilności’s first Hub is being built in Warsaw’s Służewiec business district, featuring charging facilities for all types of electric shared vehicles. Taking an active part in the mobility landscape may be the leading trend for office…

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In the world of entrepreneurship where everyone has a business idea they want to implement, starting a business from scratch is a very difficult task indeed, especially to people who have no prior experience or strong business background. The statistics on startups aren’t that promising either, according to a research conducted by Forbes magazine over 90% of startups will fail. The question then becomes what startup founders, who have already set up a business and people who are wanting to follow suit, should do not to fail in the attempt of making their businesses successful. On August 25, an entrepreneur…

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The overall European startup ecosystem is strong and healthy. It has grown significantly in capital over the last decade and acts more like its American cousin than it did in the past. Aside, of course, from the capital gains tax laws in many countries, but more on that at another time.  In fact, one part of the European startup ecosystem that looks increasingly more like the American one is how regional it is. Like its US counterpart, the vast majority of investment capital is focused on a few locations. In Europe, they are primarily, London, Paris, and Berlin. Unfortunately, investors…

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Up to 40% of apparel bought online are returned by shoppers; Taras Rodtsevych, CEO of LookSize, tells ITKeyMedia about the company’s cutting-edge solution for online fashion retailers. LookSize participates in the 100 Wolves Summit Contest. LookSize expansion plans: USA, Great Britain, CEE region.    As sales grow, so does the revenue of eCommerce businesses. But what if the eCommerce industry could become even more profitable? In an interview with CNBC, David Sobie, co-founder, and CEO of Happy Returns said that shoppers return 15 to 40 percent of everything bought online, and as for fashion eCommerce, the rate fluctuates between…

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The Canadian investor ArcTern is coming to Europe, establishing its first HQ on the continent in Oslo, Norway. It’s a move that might be seen as a very encouraging one by startups working in the cleantech field, like the Polish Handerek Technologies and MakeGrowLab. Cleantech is on the rise in Europe, supported by the European Green Deal aimed at making Europe the first climate-neutral continent. Greentech or Cleantech is the name given to the application of different technologies, used for a specific purpose: to counter the huge negative impact that humans had on the environment for the last few decades.…

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Hyperion Robotics was founded in Espoo in 2018. Their aim is to provide faster, safer and environmentally friendly construction via 3D printing. Hyperion Robotics provides its clients with printing robots on a rental basis. The company’s founders mix construction and 3D printing experiences. The startup was a finalist of the 100 Wolves Pitching Contest. Do you want a house? Be prepared that it will take a lot of time before it is built. The construction firm will have to allocate much manpower and spend weeks if not months on the site. And not only that. Your desire for a home…

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