Bulgarian mobile app development platform Telerik is is organizing its first ever European hackathon, taking place October 17-19, 2014 in Sofia, Bulgaria. Developers and tech enthusiasts from across the continent will have 48 hours to build the next revolutionary mobile app using the company’s end-to-end platform.
Two of the largest paid content solution providers, Press+ and Piano Media, are joining forces to sell software worldwide and accelerate the global shift to digital subscription models. The two media giants will expand the product feature set to better meet the rapidly evolving needs of publishers under the watch of Kelly Leach, who will act as the new CEO of the combined companies.
Fifth annual How to Web, conference on innovation, entrepreneurship and technology is taking place in Bucharest again on November 20 and 21, in a new format that brings world renowned technology professionals in front more than 1000 attendees. During the event, 32 startups in the region will compete for the 20.000 USD cash prizes offered at the 3rd edition of Startup Spotlight competition and orientation program aimed at early stage technology teams.
Startup Europe Partnership, an integrated pan-European platform aimed at helping the best startups emerge from local ecosystems and scale-up, is organizing a Matching Event on October 3, where selected startups will meet executives from the SEP member corporations, like Telefonica, Microsoft, Orange, BBVA, Unipol Group and Telecom Italia.
Seedcamp has been known for its continued investments in the CEE startups and has decided to focus its efforts on making these investments simpler for themselves and other potential investors in the region. The investor group Websummit just issued the first localized Termsheet for the CEE region, as Seedcamp tells us exclusively, translated in Croatian and adapted to Croatian legislation, to make the investment process easier and more transparent.
Ante Rimac, founder of Rimac Automobili, Croatian electric supercar company secured a million Euro investment from Tak Cheung Yam, the new majority stake holder in Forbes Media LLC. This is the third high-profile investor to put their money behind the Concept One and Rimac himself- the first two being Frank Kanayet Yepes and Sinocop Resources– and the funding round is […]
ProSiebenSat.1 Accelerator, a 3-month program led by one of the largest media corporations in Europe, is recruiting teams for their new cohort. To find out more about the program and it's impact on the European startup scene, we spoke to Dr. Jens Pippig, founder & executive director of the accelerator.
Bulgarian venture fund LAUNCHub just announced the 14 shortlisted technology startups who will attend the Long Weekend Event next week in Zagreb and receive intensivetraining with coaches and mentors, to polish their final pitches for the finale on July 5, when the winners in the Long Weekend to be offered investment of up to 200 K Euro.
ProSiebenSat.1 Accelerator is a 3-month program to support startups, led by one of the largest media corporations in Europe, ProSiebenSat.1 Media Group. IT provides promising startups with seed funding, mentoring, office space, and access to investors and strategic partners. Although media and entertainment focused startups may have most use of the programme and connections of the Media Group, the call is open to startups from every segment – both B2C and B2B.
Two Croatian development companies, Infinum and PhotoPay, joined forces to create Scannr, an app that enables quick and easy scanning of the barcode on US and Canadian driver's licenses to retrieve the information embedded in. The app is primarily designed for nightclub, bar or liquor store owners and similar establishments with age restriction policies, who can now use their iOS powered devices to automatically identify minors.
This week we had opportunity to cover the announcement of airtAI, a Croatian fintech startup whose solution is based on artificial intelligence and is directed towards smaller banks that want to better assess the needs of their clients. Exclusively for Netrokracija airt’s CEO Hajdi Ćenan reveals the details.
Applications that control the operation of oil platforms and plants for the processing of derivatives are directly responsible for a safer and cleaner world, and one of the best is created largely in Croatia.