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We have been saying for some time that the European technology ecosystem is at an inflection point, but 2018 is...

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    Manufacturing is a $12tn sector globally, accounting for 17% of global GDP, yet remains largely untouched by the...

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Thanks to the internet and mobile revolution, consumers today expect an always-on approach to service from the brands and companies...

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At Atomico, two of our deepest convictions are that great companies can come from anywhere and that Europe is increasingly...

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Nearly a century after Henry Ford gave up on his vision of mass-produced ‘Model Ts of the air’, the dream...

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  In January of this year we published our Manifesto as a venture capital firm for the very first time....

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Machine intelligence has, in recent years, emerged as one of the most exciting new frontiers in technology. It is powering...

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As humans we progress incrementally – through constant advances in technology, science, commerce and many other endeavours. We build bit-by-bit...

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This post originally appeared on Medium,  If you look at the six most valuable public companies in the world today,...

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Online video content has exploded over the last few years, and consumers have come to expect high-quality video anywhere, and on any device. As we go forward, this presents a huge technical challenge. It’s the web’s next big problem, but it’s also a huge market opportunity: the time spent watching online video is still less than 20% of linear TV programming. As the viewing habits of millennials become the norm, and new technology like VR and 360 degree video comes to fruition, the web will need to adapt.

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