4YFN: Investment booms across Europe during pandemic

Atomico and Moonfire co-founder Mattias Ljungman © 4YFN

Speaking at the recent 4YFN conference, prolific European startup investor Mattias Ljungman provided a highly optimistic assessment of the continent’s current ecosystem strength and climate for seed funding

In a session titled What's Next for Europe's Venture Scene at this year's hybrid in-person and virtual Mobile World Congress and Four Years From Now (4YFN) conference held from June 28 to July 1 in Barcelona, participants heard expert opinions on current and upcoming trends in the European VC space from investor stalwarts.Swede Mattias Ljungman, who co-founded one of Europe's earliest and most successful early-stage VCs, London-based Atomico in 2006, and Carlos Trenchs, the Spanish co-founder and managing partner of new early-stage VC Aldea Ventures, who moderated the session, discussed the un...
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