London
London

London remains the European hub for most tech companies owing to its strategic location, easy availability of talent and access to finance.

Outside the United States, London has the largest number of venture capital backed tech companies and accounts for almost 20 percent of all the tech investments made in Europe.

The traditional hub of technology industries in London is the Silicon Roundabout in the East of London and the biggest and most prominent tech cluster is the East London Tech City, an outstanding innovation and technology hub, modelled on Silicon Valley.

At last count, more than 500 tech companies were spread across all the tech clusters. Prominent startups in recent years that have become highly successful include 7Digital, Eventbrite, INQ Mobile, Last.fm, Mendeley, Mind Candy, Moo Print, Playfish, SeatWave, Spotify, Stylistpick, We7 and more.

GP Bullhound LLP
Phone: +44 207 101 7560
Fax: +44 207 101 7561
52 Jermyn Street
London SW1Y 6LX
England, UK
San Francisco
San Francisco
Established 2008

San Francisco is the global hub of world-renowned technology innovation leaders.

Thousands of successful Silicon Valley-based high-tech companies, such as Apple, Facebook, Google, Uber, and VC firms such as Andreessen Horowitz, Kleiner Perkins, Sequoia Capital, and Greylock continue to foster the startup ecosystem globally through acquisitions and investments.

San Francisco has always been known for its diverse population, world-class cultural institutions, and ability to nurture transformational change.

GP Bullhound Inc.
Phone: +1 415 986 0191
One Sansome Street, Suite 3650
San Francisco, CA 94104
USA
New York
New York
Established 2018

New York City has become one of the largest centers for tech companies and the second-largest tech hub in the world.  A major deal-making and tech platform, the City is also home to a deep pool of technical talent and innovation.

GP Bullhound Inc.
Phone: +1 212 759 1870
489 Fifth Avenue, 34th PH
New York, NY 10017
USA
Paris
Paris
Established 2016

Home to over 3,000 start-ups, Paris is the tech hub of France. The region welcomes 37 incubators programs and as of 2016, will house the world’s largest digital business incubator, located in the renovated Halle Freyssinet in the heart of the city.

Being the #1 city in Europe in terms of multinational headquarters, Paris concentrates a critical mass of senior talents with industry expertise. The ecosystem is furthermore supported by a highly qualified workforce and in particular unrivaled engineer and developer talent, very efficient R&D tax credits, and strong start-up support infrastructures.

This has led to France, for the fifth year running, being ranked first in 2015 by the Deloitte “Technology Fast 500 EMEA”, with 87 of the top 500 fastest growth companies based on percentage revenue growth. France is also ranked first in Europe in an index of the 100 most innovative organizations in the world. (Thomson Reuters, 2015)

Notably it is home to the highly successful Criteo, BlaBlaCar, Sigfox and many more.

GP Bullhound
Phone: +33 1 82 88 43 40
45 rue de Lisbonne
75 008 Paris
France
Hong Kong
Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a global financial centre and key for investment in and out of China with easy access to key technology hubs in the region.
With the increasing appetite of Asian investors for European Technology companies, Hong Kong provides an ideal platform to support the growing flow of capital and innovation between the two continents.

GP Bullhound HK
Phone: +852 5806 1310
Level 6, Champion Tower
3 Garden Road, Central
Hong Kong
Berlin
Berlin
Established 2012

Berlin has established itself as the place to be for international investors and entrepreneurs in Europe. The city is lauded for its ‘Silicon Allee’ and recent deal activity has seen the city emerge as a new startup hotspot, with companies such as Delivery Hero, 6 Wunderkinder, Applift, Gameduell, Researchgate, EyeEm, Zalando, Soundcloud.

Modern infrastructure, affordable real estate, a creative environment and high quality of life have attracted a growing number of innovative and talented entrepreneurs, resulting in a flourishing startup scene.

GP Bullhound GmbH
Phone: +49 30 610 80 6019
Fax: +49 30 610 80 6029
Kleine Jaegerstr. 8
10117 Berlin
Germany
Stockholm
Stockholm
Established 2011

Stockholm is a vibrant startup hotspot and upcoming tech hub with talents behind global successes such as Spotify, Klarna and Mojang. Ranked as one of the 10 most connected cities in the world by UBM’s Future City, Stockholm has a strong community of software developers and entrepreneurs within gaming, fin-tech, eCommerce etc.

A humble entrepreneurial culture and early international expansion have made Swedish entrepreneurs good at scaling business fast and developing companies with global appeal. Stockholm’s booming startup scene is also attracting significant attention from top investors from all over the world.

GP Bullhound AB
Phone: +46 8 545 074 14
Fax: +46 8 545 074 01
Grev Turegatan 30
114 38 Stockholm
Sweden
Madrid
Madrid
Established 2017

With 46 million inhabitants, Spain is Europe’s fifth largest economy and one of the fastest growing countries across the developed world. With record investment in innovative technology businesses, there are plenty of reasons to monitor its digital sector. In addition, Spain is the gateway between Europe and Latin America, which with a population of 400 million Spanish speakers represents a significant opportunity for Spanish technology entrepreneurs.

GP Bullhound SL
Phone: +34 91 622 69 17
Paseo de Recoletos 6 , 7º oficina 1
28001 Madrid
Spain
Manchester
Manchester
Established 2014

Manchester has a strong entrepreneurial tradition. With 7 million people living within 60 minutes’ drive of the city centre, the region boasts home-grown technologies such as Graphene, as well as companies such as Sage, Moneysupermarket, SurfControl and AO.com. With the BBC and ITV committed to MediaCity, GP Bullhound is seeing a cluster of digital media and content technology businesses developing quickly.

Having invested £3.5 billion in building world-class infrastructure, Manchester is now positioned not only as the driver of northern England’s digital and tech economy, but also as its potential contribution to the global tech sector, on its way to becoming one of the world’s great tech cities.

GP Bullhound LLP
Phone: +44 161 413 5030
1 New York St
Manchester M1 4HD
England