SEE Data

Southeast Europe Data

Depending on the point of view, but we like it all from Istanbul to Ljubljana.

Current platform capacity in Slovenia, Croatia & Serbia:

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Note that we just search, research & build the data set, rather than making any claims to their representation or appropriateness. We do think though that individually they may serve as guides to further research & analysis, and jointly represent a good enough rough indicator of how a certain country or cluster stands comparatively. If you need the raw XLS data file or specific further analysis, please do write us with a genuine interest.

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  • The future of Poland, and CEE, in six quotes
    on January 25, 2021

    Leading figures in Polish and European politics, business, and culture were recently asked to offer their vision of Poland and Central Europe at large – its place in the world, and its role in creating a better Europe – in a series of essays brought together by the Warsaw-based platform Wszystko co Najważniejsze (All that Matters). The future of Poland, and CEE, in six quotes was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • New report to reveal Poland’s leading healthcare disruptors
    on January 25, 2021

    Work has begun on the preparation of a new report that sets out to identify the leading disruptors in Polish healthcare. The authors of a new report aim to identify the most important Polish medical start-ups in 2021, offering unique insight into the country’s vibrant start-up community. The report, Top Disruptors in Healthcare, is a joint New report to reveal Poland’s leading healthcare disruptors was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Estonia gets its first female PM
    on January 25, 2021

    Estonia’s two largest parties agree to form a government led by Kaja Kallas, who is set to become the country’s first female prime minister. Kaja Kallas is set to become Estonia’s first female prime minister after her Reform party agreed a coalition deal with the Centre party of former PM Jüri Ratas. Parliamentary approval of the Estonia gets its first female PM was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Made in emerging Europe: Attention Insight, Vok Bikes, and Pergamin
    on January 25, 2021

    Emerging Europe’s start-up scene is thriving, and has hit the 2021 ground running: new money is pouring into the market all the time. To keep you up to date with the latest investments, innovations, movers and shakers, each Monday Emerging Europe brings you a handy round-up of the region’s start-ups which closed financing rounds over Made in emerging Europe: Attention Insight, Vok Bikes, and Pergamin was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Russia’s crimes in Georgia: Elsewhere in emerging Europe
    on January 24, 2021

    Our weekly digest of articles about emerging Europe published elsewhere this week, all of which caught our eye and all of which are well worth your time. Listing them here, however, does not necessarily mean that we agree with every word, nor do they necessarily reflect Emerging Europe’s editorial policy. Russia committed human rights violation Russia’s crimes in Georgia: Elsewhere in emerging Europe was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Can the Aral Sea ever recover? And is the Caspian Sea climate change’s next victim?
    on January 23, 2021

    The shrinking of the Aral Sea has been called “one of the planet’s worst ever environmental disasters”. Is there any hope for its recovery? And is the Caspian Sea set to suffer a similar fate? Stretching across Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan, the Aral Sea was once the fourth largest lake in the world, similar in size Can the Aral Sea ever recover? And is the Caspian Sea climate change’s next victim? was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • In Estonia, Christmas trees are being turned into tonic water
    on January 23, 2021

    On the Estonian island of Saaremaa, Christmas trees are being recycled in the most delicious way: a craft gin distillery is using them to make a unique tonic water. When Tarmo Virki began distilling gin he encountered a problem: finding the perfect tonic water to complement the unique flavour of gin made with Nordic juniper. In Estonia, Christmas trees are being turned into tonic water was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Why the people of Belgrade are still waiting for the metro
    on January 23, 2021

    Is Belgrade’s wait for a metro system finally about to come to an end? It’s now nearly a century since the idea of building a metro system in Serbia’s capital was first mooted. Home to more than 1.3 million people, the city is the largest in Europe without such a mass transit system. For citizens Why the people of Belgrade are still waiting for the metro was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Might K-pop’s next big star come from Kazakhstan or Kyrgyzstan?
    on January 23, 2021

    Korean pop music, better known as K-pop, has in recent years become a genuinely global phenomenon, with acts such as BTS and Blackpink frequently outselling the best known American or British bands. But could the next wave of music from the east be a different kind of pop? From Kazakhstan (Q-pop) and Kyrgyzstan (KG-pop) perhaps? Might K-pop’s next big star come from Kazakhstan or Kyrgyzstan? was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Emerging Europe this week
    on January 22, 2021

    Central Europe Polish postal locker provider InPost is seeking to raise as much as 3.2 billion euros for shareholders with its initial public offering in Amsterdam, as its business is bolstered by an online shopping boom set off by coronavirus-induced lockdowns. InPost is marketing 175 million existing shares at 14 euros to 16 euros apiece, Emerging Europe this week was originally published on Emerging Europe.