As part of the strategy for Serbia’s development and the country’s chance on the international scene, the number one priority and potential that is often mentioned is a knowledge-based economy, highly skilled people and new technologies
This autumn saw American software cloud company Nutanix acquire Serbian- American start-up Frame for 165 million dollars, representing the most expensive acquisition of a Serbian start-up to date. As some believe, if everything goes well, Frame represents the first ‘unicorn’ to come from Serbia. But is this a one-off or a sign of a growing start-up community in the country?
As the founding president of the Swiss Finance Plus Technology Association, John Hucker, CFA and Oxford University MBA, works with start-ups and global financial institutions to build a “FinTech Ecosystem"
The South Korean economy is Asia’s 4th largest and the world’s 11th largest. With global brands like Samsung, Hyundai and LG, and IT companies like Naver and Kakao, Korea appears to be a start-up paradise. But what are some of the challenges it is facing; and what can Serbian start-ups learn from Korea?
With the growing trend of messaging, can start-ups help us be ourselves when we communicate, and build bridges? This is the story of Viber's journey and the challenges of connecting hundreds of millions in a rapidly changing environment. It is also the story of the man who tells it
The idea is for Buildcon to become a standard and powerful tool that really contributes to improving construction projects at the global level. Behind the company’s efforts are two powerful accelerators in the form of Seedcamp and 500Startups, as well as domestic construction companies seeking modern solutions to improve their competitiveness.