Why this VC who co-founded a $30 billion Softbank-owned semiconductor firm is bullish on Europe’s tech future — ‘We have the money, we just don’t know how to allocate it’
|06/26/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Hermann Hauser is a tech investor in Europe who co-founded Cambridge, UK-based semiconductor company ARM, which was bought by SoftBank for $30 billion.
- Hauser co-founded Amadeus Capital Partners in 1997 and is on the European Innovation Council, which could have $100 billion to deploy over seven years.
- The funding boost is a big part of efforts to catch up with Silicon Valley peers, he says.
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Moves to bolster Europe’s tech sector are gaining pace.
There’s the boom in unicorns coming out of the UK, Germany, and France.