Rimac Automobili’s expansion is in full swing. After the opening of a development office in Split, a similar one has opened in Slavonia, or in Osijek’s Esseker center to be exact. To see the story behind the new office and the things being developed inside it, I’ve decided to simply – visit. My host was […]
Frame, a US-Serbian company, has secured $16 million of funding. Among the investors is also Microsoft Ventures – the investment branch of one of the biggest technology companies nowadays. With its teams in San Francisco, Belgrade and Niš, Frame is going to use the money for employment of software engineers as well as sales and marketing expansion – particularly in Europe and Asia, as revealed for Netokracija exclusively.
Shift Developer Conference is just around the corner, to be kicked off on June 1st in Split, Croatia, at the amazing and picturesque surrounding of the Croatian National Theatre (HNK). This proclaimed event traditionally attracts more than 1000 visitors from around the world, and one of the keynote speakers is the legendary Christian Heilmann.
Matija Kašner from the Croatian town of Kutina is known for his pallet furniture design that has been housed in Croatian technology companies like UX Passion. But this time he decided to use the same recycled material to make – designer cases for tablets. The ipallet4.me crowdfunding campaign has started a few days ago!
Steampunk and Austro-Hungarian Empire are a compound you don't see often, or probably just never. However, this didn't stop the team of Spektar Studio to combine exactly these two in a point-and-click adventure in which the main character Viktor is trying to seize the throne of the monarchy. The only logical thing was to interview the team behind this game and discover what was going on in their minds when they got this extraordinary idea.
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.
I never imagined I would spend the weekend like this. When I agreed to participate in the Lean Startup Drill, which was held in the Core Hub in Zagreb, it all seemed very exciting. I would live and work as a startup for 24 hours, instead of just writing about them. On Friday, around 5 pm, I was already exhausted from my job and all I wanted was to go home and cover myself with a blanket and relax. But, the real work was just beginning. Give your idea 24h to survive – that was the name of the event. Easy for the idea, but would I survive?
Farmeron's new owner, Virtus Nutrition has decided to move its personnel to the United States, country of their primary market, thus closing the Croatian office of one of the first prominent Croatian startups. What will happen to Farmeron's team, what the founder Matija Kopić intends to do and what all this means for Croatian startup scene, analysis.
At the end of December 2016 the news broke that South Central Ventures fund invested 2 million euro in Croatian project Bulb Technologies, a company that develops solutions for managing telecom services. It is the largest investment of the fund so far. Can we have any better reason to talk to one of the founders, Vedran Rezar?
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.
21th century bursts with electronic devices offering solutions for our various needs and desires. Therefore it is quite incomprehensible that motorcyclists still have to manually cancel turn signals, resulting in a stronger chance for an accident. The Slovenian start-up ABCS sistem decided to solve this problem.