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Tech Has Opportunity in Europe's Silicon Union, Industry Insiders Say

2 monthes ago   |   By Fortune

Silicon Valley and China are widely recognized as the natural habit of the tech unicorn. In Europe, the species is rare, but that may be changing, according to a panel of leading investors, entrepreneurs and venture experts at Fortune's Brainstorm Tech.
Tech experts including Message Bird CEO Robert Vis, Adyen's North America president Kamran Zaki, Business France chairman Pascal Cagni, and IDA Ireland head of technology Donal Travers acknowledged that Europe has long suffered from the perception that its markets are fragmented and over-regulated-as well as governed by officials who treat...
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