Forget Brexit. U.K. remains atop European VC activity.

Brexit, U.K., venture capital
A British Union Jack and a European flag fly on Amiens city hall during a a Franco-Britain summit in Amiens, northern France, March 3, 2016. Reuters/Philippe Wojazer
Forget concerns about Brexit. Although some feared that the United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union would cause startups to flee to other entrepreneurial friendly nations, the appetite for U.K.-based startups has grown in recent years. In 2018, worldwide venture ...

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