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.
Both independent game developers and big gaming studios have one thing in common - they heavily rely on good relations with media when it comes to promoting their latest title. Just how important is PR in the gaming and tech industry, Agnieszka Szóstak from PR Outreach will talk during this year's How to Web conference which is taking place in Buchurest.
Second edition of RockPaperStartups is finally here! After opening credits from our very own Ivan Brezak Brkan and our dear sponsors, keynote speaker Mario Francesevic from SocialBrando shared a story on how his company got acquired by Socialbakers from Czech.
The fifth iteration of How To Web, Romania's top startup and entrepreneurship conference is yet again taking place in Bucharest from November the 20th through 21st. Over 70 speakers coming from four different continents will come together to talk about the Internet of Things and the evolution of hardware startups, the revolution of electronic payments brought about by crypto-currencies, the opportunities and challenges of startup financing, including crowdfunding, or how and why it is the perfect moment to start building video games.
Early stage startups in the CEE looking for investments, mentoring opportunities and networking can now be a part of this year's How to Web Startup Spotlight - competition and orientation program with $20.000 cash prizes for the best 32 teams in the region. Aimed at those startups who've been running under two years and have received less than 100.000 euro in funding, Startup Spotlight is an intensive program for CEE startups that are working on tech products.
Although college is a place where you discover and learn new things, important entrepreneurial hands-on experience is often left out and it doesn't always represent a part of the curriculum. Thousands of students are therefore getting their BA and MA without the proper insight into their career choice. One particular program - Startup Link, is trying to correct just that by connecting US students with European startups and startups all over the world.
In recent years the number of web designers and front-end developers in Balkans has increased significantly. In order to ensure continuous growth of these profiles and follow up on most recent trends, SmartWeb conference - the biggest event in Eastern Europe for web designers and developers is being held in Bucharest's Raddison Hotel from September 22nd through 23rd.
After just a week of speculations, the news about Google Ventures coming to Europe have finally been confirmed. One of the most known corporative Venture Capital funds will indeed set up shop in London where they will have $100 million at their disposal.
Eleven Accelerator Venture Fund has just improved its investment terms. The accelerator keeps investing 100.000 euros in early-stage startups from CEE and beyond but this time under upgraded conditions of 25,000 euros for 8% equity plus 75,000 euros as a convertible note, available to startups after the first month of the accelerator program.
CaseTrek, a startup which aims to improve the conduct of business and allow the growth of small and medium-sized law firms, has been invited to participate at the ReinventLaw conference which is taking place in London this June. Co-founder and CEO, Ivan Rasic, will appear on the behalf of his team. Rasic stated for Netocratic that […]
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.
At their 10th anniversary, the Slovenian high-tech company Zemanta d.o.o. announced that it was entirely acquired by Outbrain from the US, the world’s largest premium content discovery platform. The sum that Outbrain paid for Zemanta’s technology, products and team remains a business secret, and Zemanta’s co-founders Andraž Tori and Boštjan Špetič will join Outbrain. After becoming part of Outbrain Zemanta’s platform will continue to operate as a standalone product.