All the talk about investments these days revolves around startups, the investment-hungry companies still struggling to stand on their own two feet. But what if the startups is a spin-off or a part of a profitable agency? Does it pay to invest?
Ready for some summer startup conferencing? RockPaperStartups, the best summer startup conference in Eastern Europe, is back! Meet all the startupers, geeks, designers, developers and investors at this unique event that falls between something of a conference, a workshop and large meetup. Location: Rijeka, Adriatic coast, Croatia. Date: July 17th and 18th (+20th – WhoHack mini hackathon).
Paymill, an innovative online payment service provider who recently expanded to Croatia, introduced their services to audience during the RockPaperStartups conference which was held in Rijeka last week. The company is focused on startups and other companies as often they are the ones who don't want to be bothered with too much bureaucracy and paperwork and this is exactly what Paymill has to offer.
Half way through the first day of RockPaperStartup conference, our Editor-in-Chief Ivan Brezak Brkan welcomed panelists from Google Ventures, Vipnet, Paypal and Eleven who discussed how big brands can help startups and how should they approach them - not just for the money, but for mentoring and other projects as well. Panel features Daniel Burka from Google Ventures, Miljenko Graovac from Vipnet, Corado Tomassoni from PayPal and Diylan Dmitrov from Bulgarian accelerator Eleven.
First day or RockPaperStartup conference was closed by Max Gurvits, principal of Bulgarian accelerator Eleven who now mentors some 30+ early stage startups in Europe. He pointed out several mistakes startups are constantly making and focused on distribution and fast prototyping as one of the most common mistakes he sees. Fast prototyping – startups don’t do […]
Bogan Iordache, CEO of How To Web and Startup Spotlight held his presentation during the first day of RockPaperStartups conference which is being held in Rijeka. He’s been an entrepreneur and mentor to a number of startups and accelerators such as Eleven, LAUNCHub, TechStars and others, therefore he's pretty much familiar with all the mistakes new startups make. Mistakes that could be avoided.
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.
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.
What is your first association when someone mentions Romania? Perhaps Transylvania and its most famous tenant, Dracula? Or the communist leader Nicolae Ceauşescu that ran the controversial regime? Welcome to the tech startup world where Transylvania turns into Techsylvania and the hard history becomes a pretty promising present and even brighter future. We present you Romania’s growing tech landscape.
Seedcamp, the british startup accelerator that has over the last 7 years invested in dozens of Central and Eastern European startups, like Croatian Farmeron or Serbian TruckTrack, is launching a new 30 million fund for the next generation of founders that want to scale up their startups to billion dollar businesses! As part of strengthening its presence in the US, Seedcamp will also be opening a presence in Sillicon Valley, specifically San Francisco.
From a software user, he became an investor, and from an investor – a manager. Today, Mate Knezović is the COO of agricultural production management software AGRIVI. But it’s easy to win over the younger generations with technology, what about the older ones – have circumstances changed in the last couple of years?
Writing technical documentation, researching medicine, and the pandemic caused by the coronavirus, might not sound... related, but Infobip's Sara Tilly has been combining them successfully for a long time. How does this approach to learning help her in her current job?
Are travel companies aware of the need to change and why this time it is imperative, how should they plan their digital transformation and what benefits should they expect from it? We sought answers from Iva Vodopija, Head of Sales Operations at Lemax, a travel Software-as-a-Service company from Croatia.