First RockPaperStartups conference which is happening in Rijeka was opened by our Chief Editor Ivan Brezak Brkan who welcomed everybody and thanked all the generous sponsors like Vipnet, Evernote, BlackBerry, Domain.Me and city of Rijeka for working together with the organizers and ultimately making this conference come true. He talked about the program and speakers such as Daniel Burka, Carlos Eduardo Espinal and Robin Wauters who will present over the next two days.
Day Zero of RockPaperStartups, a startup conference which is organized by our very own Netokracija, featured a Mini Seedcamp where a total of nine regional startups pitched their ideas hoping to end up at Seedcamp Week in London where they will spend four days with over 150 mentors and maybe even become a part of the Seedcamp's family.
Squee has finally published its first mobile app version for discovering beautifully designed products, after a few months of thorough development. In an exclusive interview for Netocratic, cofounder Krunoslav Klarić describes their project expectations, which was supported by Bulgarian accelerator Eleven. Klarić explains how feedback from their first users is extremely important, in order to find […]
OMGconference is finally here! After the short speech from the organizer Ivan Brezak Brkanm who opened the conference, Luigi Reggiani, Head of Analytics & Conversions at Google took stage to talk more about all the possibilities of Google Analytics and all the things it can do for an online business.
OMGcommerce, first true Southeastern European e-commerce event, organized by Netokracija, starts tomorrow! For the next two days, we will listen to interesting experts that will show how commerce on the web can change your business. Here are some of them! Luigi Reggiani, Google’s head of analytics and conversions for Southeastern Europe and Middle East, will […]
As we exclusively find out from Bulgarian accelerator Eleven, lucky 13 startups are selected for Eleven’s third batch! It is a first selection round in 2013 and Eleven’s team reviewed over 300 applications from more than 20 countries in order to find the best among them. So, they are: CaseTrek, Clicko, Divesquare, GymRealm, Kid-A-Mom, Lionsharp, […]
Two hundred attendees are expected at Southeastern Europe’s first truly regional e-commerce conference – OMGcommerce! Conference will be held on March 21st and 22nd in DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Zagreb, Croatia. There will be more than 20 speakers from Zagreb to Belgrade and Sofia, as well as internationally recognized experts that will show you […]
Startup Sauna, a non-profit organization for startups and aspiring entrepreneurs in Northern and Eastern Europe and Russia, organizes the first ever Startup Sauna Warmup in Croatia, a one day coaching session where participants can get a brutal feedback about their projects. As organizers state, after a very successful Startup Sauna Warmup in Budapest in Fall […]
BabyWatch is an interesting project made by Croatian comany INU, which won a contest held by Croatian Chamber of Economy and got a trip to the biggest world mobile industry fair, Mobile World Congress 2013., held in Barcelona. Cofounders Sandro Mur and Josipa Majić explain that BabyWatch is a system consisting of a device and […]
As we wrote before, Romanian mobile startup Appscend was the only CEE startup at Techcrunch’s Mobile World Congress Meetup and they were pitching last week to a group of investors. Marketing and Communication Manager for Appscend, Alexandra Dumitru, shared with us her pitching story and gave some tips for those that will soon be facing […]
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 […]
Attending Product Management Festival 2017 (PMF 2017) in Zurich, Switzerland, and meeting amazing product professionals inspired me to go deeper into six important areas that are often neglected or entirely overlooked by product leaders.