Our Startups

While the news is often dominated by the major names in the tech world, such as Amazon, Apple and Google, it is startups that are making moves that will be interesting to watch in the coming years. 2018 was another banner year for tech startups in Europe. We wanted to take a look at a few of the most impressive startups from the continent that will be changing the world in 2019 and beyond.

  1. Spendesk

France has been doing an incredible job at attracting and curating tech talent in the past few years. Spendesk is a company that was launched in 2016 and is now coming into its own. It is a Paris-based startup that is offering an innovative way to manage team expenses without using company credit cards or expense reports. The company has more than two million euros in capital and is continuing to grow at a rapid rate.

  1. Capital.com

Capital.com is an impressive mobile trading app that incorporates artificial intelligence into the process of buying and selling stocks. It is possible to invest in many different financial instruments, including stocks, bonds, Forex and other items. It is regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission in Cyprus, which delivers peace of mind to all users.

  1. Feed

A very promising food startup, Feed is another company that is making waves in France. It is focusing on nutritionally perfect meals that will be easy to sell to consumers in stores, bars and other locations. The company advertises the foods that it is selling as being vegan, gluten-free, GM-free and/or nut-free, depending on the items that a person is buying.

These startups are showing the tech scene in Europe is a lot healthier than people would assume. And these are just three companies. There are hundreds of impressive startups that could have made this list.