Mia Biberović

wallery

Social media wall

Meet Wallery, A New Version Of Wall Of Tweets Which ‘Conquered’ WEF And Other Events

Anyone who has been to Netokracija’s events knows that we love live-tweeting and that we like to display on a wall or a screen all tweets related to a specific hashtag. Our choice for this has always been the Croatian project Wall of Tweets, which was also chosen by many organisers of global events, including World Economic Forum in Davos or Smashing Conference. Recently, the company behind this product, UX Passion, introduced a new, improved and long-perfected version – Wallery.

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Will Reporting Fake News On Facebook Actually Solve The Problem?

It had to come to the victory of Donald Trump in the US presidential elections to cause an uproar due to a flood of fake news on this social network and for Mark Zuckerberg to realize the seriousness of the problem, giving him a chance to announce a fierce fight against doubtful content. But the fight, at least in this form, is lost in advance, I’m sure. That is why I wrote a long text to convince you as well.

Angel-Medinilla

Agile Adria

Ángel Medinilla: A Business Is Agile When It Adapts To Customer Needs Fast. Period.

Agile Adria, the biggest agile/lean conference in southeastern Europe, will take place next week in Croatia. The event wants to gather agilests from Croatia, Slovenia, Italy, Austria, Hungary, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina and one of the keynote speakers is Ángel Medinilla. Ángel has more than 17 years of working experience in the ICT market and he started his own agile consulting firm in 2007. Eight years later he will talk about the new age of Agile and the influence of Lean Startups. Can well established companies be agile like startups?

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MemoAngel, Croatian Digital Afterlife Service, Heads To The US Market

It is hard to find an exact number of abandoned digital profiles, but we can surely talk about tens of millions, if not more. If you take that into consideration, you will not be surprised that MemoAngel is not a first digital afterlife service, because this topic is quite intriguing and natural. But this Croatian project might had found a niche that has plenty of space for further business development — and as the time goes by, that space will be, unfortunately, bigger and bigger.

Teddy

Go, Teddy, go!

Croatian Teddy the Guardian Raised A $400.000 Seed Round And Generated $716.000 In Preorders

Croatian Teddy the Guardian has just came back from the Consumer Electronics Show and it already brought some good news – the startup raised a seed round of $400.000 and generated $716.000 in preorders. If you wondered when it will be available for sale – don’t worry, your new smart and fuzzy friend could be in your home this spring.