Celtra, the advertising tech company out of Slovenia, has been named one of the most innovative technology companies in the US according to the American Business Awards for companies up to 100 employees. The award is Celtra’s second for innovation in the past 2 weeks, with the company winning the silver award among more than 3,000 nominations across the US.
Split-based CodeAnywhere just confirmed to Netocratic that they have reached over 100,000 users of their cloud coding editor available as a web, iOS and Android application. CodeAnywhere co-founder Ivan Burazin confirmed the user number as well as made a point of CodeAnywhere being the only multiplatform code editor in the 'cloud' available in the world.
Croatian startup Mediatoolkit, product of the Zagreb-based social media agency iStudio, has won WebUp and with it a chance to present their startup at one of the best startup conferences in the world, next year’s Techcrunch Disrupt in New York. The booth is worth $50,000 and if the attendees of the conference choose them as one of the best of Startup Alley, the might even get the chance to pitch the startup at Techcrunch’s (in)famous Battleground!
Wall of Tweets, a product developed by Zagreb-based user experience agency UX passion, is going to be the official Twitter wall for the first American presidential debate between the current US president Barrack obama and republican candidate Mitt Romney - UX Passion’s CEO Vibor Cipan confirmed exclusively for Netocratic.
Vox.io just released a new version of its web-based VoIP application that you can now chat with Facebook users via an integration of the world's largest social network while hitting an important milestone: 1 million users!
Kolektiva, based in Zagreb and the largest group buying network in Central and Eastern Europe, just bought Berlin-based Dealgecco, the world's largest B2B marketplace for deals. The marketplace, used by Kolektiva as well as its competitiors to facilitate deals between the numerous countries of the region, was bought for an undisclosed price, but confirmed to Netocratic by Kolektiva's cofounder and CEO Jeffrey Treichel.
Belgrade-based Nordeus has confirmed to Netocratic its new partnership with Bwin.party, the world's largest publicly traded online gambling company, to produce a completely new social gaming game based on the success of Nordeus' Top Eleven, the most popular sports game in the world with over 6 million unique monthly players. Nordeus' and Bwin's goal? To become leaders in the social gambling space - from Europe.
AppNet Rhino, the first-to-market iPhone App.Net client is getting a significant update during the next week. The most significant feature is iPad support which now makes AppNet Rhino the first iPhone and iPad app for App.Net! The Croatian duo, iOS development agency Planet 1107 and Twinkle Tap, the studio which designed the app, have been working on this update ever since the first version was released; App.Net's users gave them a lot of feedback that made the upgrade easier.
It’s always nice when a startup not only succeeds but also finds a new business model, and that’s exactly what happened with Score Alarm, a Croatian iPhone and Android app that has been downloaded 10,000 times, 2-3,000 paid on the iTunes App Store, and then licensed to one of the biggest betting operations in the country - the Croatian national lottery!
AngelList, the social network for startups and investors, launched a new Docs feature yesterday to help startups sign and close seed rounds online. The new service gives US-based startups a standard term sheet, automatically generated closing documents as well as numerous tools to make the whole investment process as seamless and easy as possible. Unfortunately, Docs will work just for US startups - for now.
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.