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  • Come to TechCrunch Nordic, Copenhagen, 26 May

    TechCrunch Nordic – Copenhagen – 26th May 2010
    TechCrunch Europe will host its 3rd TechCrunch Nordic event – joining Seedcamp on their European tour in Copenhagen at the end of May. Join us! Tickets are now available here. Read More

  • TechCrunch Hits Edinburgh Next Week

    TechCrunch Europe will be co-locating with Engage, Invest, Exploit ’10 in Edinburgh on 12th May 2010. Our venue hosts will be holding EIE in the morning and in the afternoon TechCrunch Europe will be running an interactive seminar followed by a joint networking party for both events in the evening. Full details of the day are below. You can grab your tickets here. Delegates will be able… Read More

  • TechfluffTV video gets under the skin of GeeknRolla

    GeeknRolla produced a lot of content from both the speakers and pitches and we’re only now starting to sift through it all. But although it’s hard to get across the atmosphere of fevered activity and conversations in words, this video from the great Hermione Way at TechFluffTV gets it across pretty well. You can catch Hermione as cohost of The Next Web conference next week. Read More

  • @GeeknRolla: Morten Lund asks 'how close to the edge do you dare to go?'

    Words can’t really do justice to Morten Lund‘s speech to close 2010’s GeeknRolla event. The Danish serial investor and entrepreneur, who invested in more than 80 start-ups including Skype but was declared bankrupt in January, brought the house down with his straight-talking advice and on-stage antics (video below). When a conference speech involves teaching VCs to play flutes… Read More

  • All the pitches, speakers and video from GeeknRolla 2010

    Well GeeknRolla rocked London for another year and the feedback we’ve had has been incredible. The Twitter stream has been fantastic. There are plenty of pictures, and a few blog posts appearing already. Congratulations to the winners of the startup competition. The overall winner, chosen by three panels of esteemed judges, was Cortexica. They were followed by iGlue, SongHi, DriveK… Read More

  • GeeknRolla: The Agenda For The Day

    Well, we know some of you have gone through a lot to be here for GeeknRolla in London. And some have had to hang around in London long longer than you thought. But we know everyone is here to make this a great day to discuss the wonderful world of tech startups, so here’s our programme for today. Below you’ll find our live video stream. We’re also live blogging on… Read More

  • GeeknRolla Update – Not even a volcano can stop us, so grab a ticket

    Well folks, it’s been an interesting weekend of email and phone calls, but the good news is that GeeknRolla is STILL ON tomorrow, and there is not one single damn volcano on the planet, however ash-filled, that can stop us bringing this awesome event to you. The very last tickets and DemoPit tables are available here. And frankly, we have to pay tribute to you guys. We have been… Read More

  • 11am Friday – Your last chance to grab a ticket to #GeeknRolla

    Next Tuesday, GeeknRolla (remember, it’s all one word), the annual conference from TechCrunch Europe which brings together Europe’s technology startups and investors, will, quite literally, rock London. All the delegate passes are *SOLD OUT*. However, we have begged and pleaded with the venue to cram more chairs into the space. So there will be a final allocation of 25 tickets… Read More

  • GeeknRolla gets ready to rock startups – and rock London

    We’re just over a week away from GeeknRolla the annual conference from TechCrunch Europe which brings together Europe’s technology startups and investors. We have an amazing line-up of speakers, panels and startup judges on April 20. We’ll be launching around 15 startups in front of a panel of around 18 judges. There will also be a DemoPit for startups not selected to appear… Read More

  • Bebo's Michael Birch and MyDeco's Brent Hoberman to hit #GeeknRolla, London, April 20

    Bebo co-founder Michael Birch has confirmed that he will be joining us at GeeknRolla in London on April 20, the annual London conference for technology startups to launch, network with investors and talk about how they build themselves. Michael Birch is the Co-founder of Bebo and Birthday Alarm. Birch was raised in North London, England, went to Imperial College, London in Central London… Read More

  • GeeknRolla To Launch Startups, London, April 20

    This year’s GeeknRolla in London on April 20 will, in a word, be awesome. I created the concept of this this annual conference to bring together Europe’s technology startups to network with investors and talk about how they create and build themselves. There’s a heavy educational component, if you will. So if the cool kids will be at TechCrunch Disrupt in May, you can bet… Read More

  • Update on #GeeknRolla, April 20, London #gknr

    Tommy Ahlers, founder of ZYB which was acquired by Vodafone for €31.5m in 2008 – will be keynoting at this year’s GeeknRolla in London on April 20. GeeknRolla is an annual London conference for technology startups to launch, network with investors and talk about how they create and build themselves. Before founding ZYB, where he has held the position of CEO since the… Read More

  • Next TechCrunch Europe events: Paris, London, Edinburgh, Copenhagen

    TechCrunch Europe is plotting the next series of events we’re planning this year. But we’re going to need your help. We’re looking for speakers and startups to appear at our events, and we’re especially interested in new startups planning to launch (read on about why). Meanwhile we’ve set up ticketing sites for you now so you can actually go and get early bird… Read More

  • TechCrunch Europe events in 2010, and ones we're supporting

    TechCrunch Europe is proud to announce the first tranche of events we’re planning this year. Now, before anyone gets upset that their city or event is not on this list, please be aware this is what we are putting our efforts into right now. We are working on adding more events at other times in the year. We’ve set up ticketing sites for you now so you can actually go and get early… Read More

  • Upcoming tech events – the ones we're going to or running

    Once in a while we like to point you to events that may be interesting to European tech entrepreneurs. We’re not necessarily endorsing them. Buyer beware and all that. We’re just saying you may want to check them out. We’ve added events where there will be a TechCrunch Europe writer attending, or those we are running. And please definitely put December 15 in your diary… Read More

  • TechCrunch London – Event Wrap #TClondon

    TechCrunch Europe threw a dedicated startup pitch event yesterday in London and – if we do say so ourself – it was a great success. We plan to do more of these kinds of events and, as I pointed out at the time, we will NEVER charge startups to pitch. They are selected by editorial, on merit only. The winner of the pitch competition was FestBuzz (pictured). The other startups to… Read More

  • Come to TechCrunch London, 24 Sept: Speakers, Pitches & Party

    When Seedcamp, the rolling European startups programme, runs its week-long event in London we like to turn up and cover the startups pitching the mentors and judges during the week. Seedcamp is built around its network of mentors and tends to attract a lot of CEOs and VCs, so we hate to waste the opportunity. Thus, with their collusion, we’re piggy-backing alongside their week, running… Read More

  • The #Europas: In Video, Pictures and Posts

    Our video streaming partner for The Europas Awards last night was Techfluff.tv, which also produces awesome corporate videos under the Newspepper brand, featuring the irrepressible Hermione Way. Here’s their take on the event: The first part of our panel on “Where is Europe now?” featuring Sarah Lacy, Tariq Krim, Stefan Glaenzer, Brent Hoberman and Michael Birch. The second… Read More

  • The Europas: The Winners and Finalists

    The Europas, the inaugural European Startup Awards 2009 for European and EMEA tech companies, were held last night, Thursday July 9, 2009 in London. Check out our live blog from the event and subsequent coverage in video, pictures and posts. For these inaugural awards, over 400 entrants were voted on by the industry and the results merged with those from 19 expert advisors from across Europe. Read More

  • The Europas Liveblog 2009

    6:16 PM: The hordes descend! Champagne is flowing, the live stream is streaming, anticipation is high. 6:35 PM: Our roving reporter Mike Butcher has been Twitpiccing: 6:47 PM: Starting in one minute…. 6:50 PM: So, here we go! We’re starting with a pitch competition featuring six startups from across Europe. Pitch sponsored by UKTI. First pitch: Bernhard Niesner from… Read More

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