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 in Emerging Market Data.

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  • For Ukrainian female refugees, a route into tech
    on October 6, 2022

    An ambitious initiative aims to offer women across emerging Europe, especially Ukrainians displaced by Russia’s invasion, a new start in the tech industry. Swedish-Ukrainian IT company Sigma Software Group is scaling up its Femmegineering initiative to build a female tech community across emerging European tech markets.   The organisers will launch a series of educational events, For Ukrainian female refugees, a route into tech was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • ‘A theatre of ideas’: Bringing Ukrainian writers to the world
    on October 5, 2022

    ‘This programme is an act of defiance, a challenge to those who would curtail free expression and the tolerant exchange of ideas, and a catalyst for global change’. As Ukraine’s sportsmen and women have already demonstrated over the past seven months with their inspirational performances at various international events, there’s more than one way to ‘A theatre of ideas’: Bringing Ukrainian writers to the world was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is impeding the post-pandemic recovery in emerging Europe
    on October 5, 2022

    The highest levels of growth in the emerging Europe region are expected in the South Caucasus. The ongoing war in Ukraine has dimmed prospects of a post-pandemic economic recovery for emerging and developing economies in the Europe and Central Asia region, according to the World Bank’s latest economic update for the region. Economic activity will remain Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is impeding the post-pandemic recovery in emerging Europe was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • How a zero waste approach has helped Lviv stay resilient
    on October 4, 2022

    Better waste management is a climate change solution staring us in the face, and a city in western Ukraine is – despite Russia’s war – leading by example. Despite the ongoing conflict with Russia, the Ukrainian city of Lviv has thrived in its zero waste efforts and become an example of resilience and commitment, according How a zero waste approach has helped Lviv stay resilient was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Emerging Europe Talks Sustainable Impact — Sustainable living with JLL’s Steffen Walvius 
    on October 4, 2022

    The built environment accounts for 39 per cent of annual carbon emissions worldwide. In order to reach net zero, the International Energy Agency (IEA) has estimated that direct building CO2 emissions need to fall 50 per cent by 2030.   There are a lot of incentives aimed at making the real estate market more sustainable. Decreasing Emerging Europe Talks Sustainable Impact — Sustainable living with JLL’s Steffen Walvius  was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Another election in Bulgaria changes little
    on October 3, 2022

    Bulgarian voters headed to the polls for the fourth time in less than two years on October 3, but the chances of a functioning government emerging from its aftermath are slim.  GERB, a nominally centre-right party led by a controversial former prime minister, Boyko Borissov, is set to emerge as the largest party following Bulgaria’s Another election in Bulgaria changes little was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Made in emerging Europe: Klaus, Depowise, Bobnet, Single.Earth
    on October 3, 2022

    Emerging Europe’s start-up scene is thriving: new money and new ideas are coming onto the market all the time. To keep you up to date with the latest investments, innovations, movers and shakers, every week Emerging Europe brings you a round-up of the region’s start-up news. Klaus: AI-driven CX start-up raises 12 million euros Klaus, an AI-powered Made in emerging Europe: Klaus, Depowise, Bobnet, Single.Earth was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • As Russia annexes eastern Ukraine, this is no time for appeasement
    on September 30, 2022

    Fresh calls for peace on Moscow’s terms are likely to follow Russia’s annexation of four counties in the east of Ukraine. They should be ignored. Just days before the Russian dictator Vladimir Putin launched his full-scale invasion of Ukraine on February 24, he formally recognised the “independence” of two Ukrainian counties, Donetsk and Luhansk, both of As Russia annexes eastern Ukraine, this is no time for appeasement was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Russia escalates, annexing four Ukrainian regions: This week in emerging Europe
    on September 30, 2022

    You can read all of our coverage of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, including explainers and articles offering context and background information here. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine The Kremlin announced on Thursday that Russian dictator Vladimir Putin will today (September 30) sign a decree annexing four occupied regions in Ukraine (Donetsk, Kherson, Luhansk, Zaporizhzhia). It will Russia escalates, annexing four Ukrainian regions: This week in emerging Europe was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • The making of a Romanian staple, mămăligă
    on September 29, 2022

    A new book looks at the complex past of one of Europe’s most simple dishes: Romania’s once ubiquitous mămăligă. Apparently, these are good times for mămăligă, a simple dish of polenta or porridge made with bright yellow maize flour, that for centuries was a staple of the Romanian diet. Having been all but banished from The making of a Romanian staple, mămăligă was originally published on Emerging Europe.