An interactive dashboard shows how concrete policies and actions are being implemented in all 28 European Union member states.
Click on a selected country field for detailed list of indicators and their progress.
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General regulatory environment for startups
|Education & Skills|
Make teachers digitally confident and competent to rise to the challenge.
Teach our children the principles, processes and the passion for entrepreneurship from young age.
Encourage university students to start a business before they graduate.
Prepare graduates for a radically different marketplace.
Encourage large companies to provide training for the general public.
|Access to Talent|
Turn Europe into the easiest place for highly skilled talent to start a company.
Make it easy for companies to hire outside their home countries in the EU.
Special flexibility in human resources management for small companies.
Bring the best brains back home.
|Access to Capital|
Increase private and institutional investment in startups.
Make it easier for high-growth companies to raise capital through public markets.
Buy more from smaller businesses.
Institute an E-Corp: a new type of cross-European corporation.
Tax share options as capital gains, not income, to attract talent to startups.
|Data Policy, Protection & Privacy|
Revise and normalise data protection laws.
Remove the requirement for data providers to store information in any given country.
Make government data public.
Make governments think digitally
Initiate a mentality shift across Europe in terms of how we define success.
Appoint a Chief Digital Officer for every country in the EU.
Create a 'best practices' repository.
Establish a Digital European Forum.