Today 20 startups across Europe presented their projects in front of over 80 mentors in Ljubljana, Slovenia as part of Mini Seedcamp Ljubljana. Mini Seedcamp events are organized by the London-based startup accelerator Seedcamp.
Most of the startups were from Southeastern Europe, although there was one team that came from Perth, Australia. A great distance to travel and I do hope it was worth it. What did the startups have to talk about?
The Startups of Mini Seedcamp Ljubljana
- 360cities showed off Panomonkey, an easy way to build panoramic photos. They target amateur photographs as well as companies that deal with real estate;
- Blossom from Austria wants to make a software project management solution that’s built for lean startups and isn’t just an old piece of software, or so they claim;
- CodeAnywhere from Croatia is a web based code editor that wants to make it easier for developers to code from anywhere, including mobile apps they are working on and testing with their 50.000 users;
- Entrio from Croatia is building a online ticket sales solution that’s trying to integrate new promotion solutions such as mobile apps and QR codes. It does have a lot of competitors though;
- Farmeron from Croatia is one of the more interesting web apps, a farm management solution for farmers who want to keep check on their “products”. They plan to offer a combined advertising and freemium business model;
- Finderly from Austria and the USA is developing a product recommendation service for online shoppers that should give you advice based on your social media activity and e-mail;
- ActivityIQ came all the way from Australia and showed off an activity organization application for event organizers – its been used by 70.000 of them so far;
- Joinbox from Swizerland wants to create a unified inbox for your Facebook and Twitter communication, as well as e-mail. Their idea is to help people deal with information overload;
- Kumutu from the UK is a technology-focused travel company that aggregates offers for boarding and other adventuristic activities. They take 10% commision on every booking made on their website and 5% from partner websites;
- Labels from Romania is a business/job social networks. Its a lot more job hunting focused than LinkedIN and they feel that a professionals is defined by a portoflio, skills and personality;
- Mediatoolkit from Croatia is a solution we already wrote about on Netokracija, a social media analytics solution that lets you discover your’s and other’s most viral content on Facebook. They target mainly media companies;
- Newscurve from Serbia is another analytics startup. However, its focused on real time analytics and telling you when a particular piece of content is doing well through notifications;
- Omnispots from Slovenia is a web application that lets you make your own location-based social networks as well as offers a mobile app for your users;
- Oust.me from Slovenia is a location-based game that works as a layer on top of location social networks such as Foursquare, Gowalla and Foursquare Places. We wrote about Oust.me when it started and currently its still in private beta with 2.000 users;
- Place Challenge from Poland is a platform for building location-based games. They believe they can create a lot of innovative solutions for companies in users who can also use their solution in the form of already-developed games;
- Railsonfire from Austria is a code testing solution integrated with GitHub that lets developers easily test their applications. They’ll offer a number of builds for free and additional ones at an additional price;
- Dietpoint from Slovenia is a mobile application integrated with a social network meant to help you with your diet. DietPoint currently has over 30.000 users;
- SiteCake from Serbia is a VERY simple content management system that isn’t just a user-friendly application but a seriously impressive solution that not only end users can buy, but also design agencies and hosting companies;
- Slidemotion is a an automated web service to create high-quality videos based on your photos, video clips and music. You put the content in and Slidemotion converts it into a nice video with lots of effects. They plan to offer their API as well as the actual app;
- Sportlyzer is an automated web training advisor that created customized training plans based on the user’s input. They’re building it as a freemium service.
That’s for the startups. We’ll keep you informed on the other content at Mini Seedcamp Ljubljana…