Can Europe Rival Silicon Valley's Start-Up Success?

Why Should You Care

As start-ups become increasingly less expensive ventures, Europeans are eliminating their reputation as “copy-cat central”.

Financial Times documents Google campus, which was launched in London in 2012, marking a great turning point in the density of networking in Europe.


Dyani Douze, resident of Brooklyn, is currently in final year at the Gallatin School of Individualized Study at New York University. She is developing her interests in the relationship between the aural and the visual media through studying sound design and film scoring alongside film editing and production, more recently with an interest in documentary.


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