This piece by Reuters is a reminder to the tech investment community that there is good tech innovation coming out of Europe.
Saul's interview draws attention to Seedcamp and the other initiatives.
Lets hope that the current slowdown and change in general investment sentiment does not filter down too strongly to the start-up zone where companies still need decent length runways to establish themselves.
Despite the lower cost of getting tech companies off the ground and the measurable and effective marketing routes available, great companies will still take time, effort and capital to build build them. Patience and persistence is called for.