March 28, 2022
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Tech investor Eamonn Carey’s move to join an Estonian venture capital firm makes sense given his belief in giving emerging start-ups help and mentoring
Eamonn Carey’s latest career move can be used as a litmus test, of sorts. It will show very clearly who has been paying attention to Europe’s start-up scene, and who hasn’t.
Some people might wonder why an experienced tech investor and former managing director of TechStars, the much-lauded start-up accelerator, has joined a venture capital firm in the Baltic state of Estonia.
Those involved in start-ups, however, will recognise…
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