In Victorian-era Britain, politics and policy took decades to catch up with the Industrial Revolution. While politicians were focusing on landlords and tenants, the new changemakers were focusing on factories, logistics and workers’ rights. We risk history repeating itself.
My firm’s State of European Tech report, published this week, highlights a maturing ecosystem of experienced talent, repeat entrepreneurs and a healthy pool of investors spinning out great companies at an increasing frequency and magnitude, unlocking massive value.
Good, without government picking losers you’ve got a chance of getting something done then, right?