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To challenge big tech, European startups need their own Nasdaq

Why can’t be European technology companies compete with Silicon Valley giants? It’s a perpetual conundrum for the continent’s IT leaders – and one that Phill Robinson is trying to solve.

After a world-traveling career as a technical director, Robinson returned home to the UK and set up Boardwavea network platform that aims to make Europe a software superpower.

The concept grew out of Robinson’s diverse background in the industry. The entrepreneur traveled through Europe and Silicon Valley for decades, in roles ranging from CMO or Salesforce.com during its IPO to CEO of Dutch software giant Exact.

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These experiences have revealed several benefits for technology companies in the US. Robinson focused on one: the breeding ground for success created by Silicon Valley’s tight-knit community. The small piece of land connects a large number of techies, entrepreneurs, investors and advisors. In the meantime, the business environment in Europe is highly fragmented.

To replicate the valley’s network effects, Robinson founded Boardwave. On March 30, he promises to share more insights about building tech giants at TNW Valencia.

Before the call, Robinson unveiled one of his most ambitious proposals: creating a pan-European version of Nasdaq.

Robinson founded Boardwave to create the connections European software companies need to thrive.