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Hey there WebTomorrow 2015 I'm @robinwauters and I think know great tech companies can come from anywhere

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Hey there WebTomorrow 2015

I'm @robinwauters and I think know greattech companies can come from anywhere

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American companies are responsible for themajority of globally used operating

systems, cloud storage and on-demandsoftware services and platforms

The most commonly used connecteddevices are designed and/or made in the

US, China, Korea, Taiwan and Japan

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And yet ...

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54% of 'unicorns' hail from the US(38.5% from Silicon Valley)

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More than 60% of software 'unicorns' in theworld today were not built in the Valley

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And this is a growing trend

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So, where does that leave Europe?

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Atomico identified 25 European software'unicorns', or 16% of 156 tracked companies

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Europe has already produced global leadersand 'unicorns' in a variety of categories, and

all signs point to continued maturation

But this is surprisingly uncommon knowledge

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embrace and learn from failurebut don't forget to

celebrate and learn from success

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DIGITAL MUSIC

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MOBILE / SOCIAL GAMES

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FASHION E-COMMERCE

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ONLINE TRAVEL

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FINTECH

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LEAN HARDWARE

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B2B SOFTWARE

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ADTECH

FOOD DELIVERY

MARKETPLACES

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So, where does that leave Belgium?

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DIGITAL MUSIC

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MOBILE / SOCIAL GAMES

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FASHION E-COMMERCE

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ONLINE TRAVEL

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FINTECH

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LEAN HARDWARE

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B2B SOFTWARE

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ADTECH

FOOD DELIVERY

MARKETPLACES

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Takeaways

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Bye WebTomorrow 2015 I'm @robinwauters and I think know greattech companies can come from anywhere

Thank you and keep your hearts, minds and eyes open ;-)

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