This year How to Web will be reuniting more than 800 tech aficionados and bringing great speakers from all around the world, tackling subjects like web trends, building global businesses and the future of technology during the keynotes, and concentrating on building products and developing technology in the 4 talks sections.
Netocratic’s friends over at Deutsche Telekom Krakow-based startup accelerator Hub:raum today launch a new programme: Hub:raum Krakow WARP - an intensive, “turbo” 8-day accelerator program for startups from across Europe with all the expenses of travel and accommodations covered!
The LAUNCHub seed fund announces the opening the fourth application call for financing of digital startup companies. All committed teams from South-East Europe (SEE) developing future disruptive technologies in the Digital Tech Sector are encouraged to apply. The application deadline ends November 3, 2013.
Second day of Spark.me conference also welcomed Chris Varenhorst, software engineer at Dropbox who gave a lecture on how things operate in Dropbox and why now is the perfect time to start working on your startup. Prior to his position at this company, Chris founded a startup called Lingt which was a service for learning languages.
After the second day of Spark.me conference which is taking place in beautiful Montenegro and three teams that made it into finals, winners of the startup competition were finally announced yesterday. Serbian TruckTrack which aims to improve management in trucking industry took the first place - a fully paid trip to TechCrunch's Disrupt in New York next year and a opportunity to present their startup at the StartUp Alley.
Rob Hinchcliffe came to Spark.Me from Rushmore.fm, a site that is trying to change the way we interact with our favourite artists and how we discover music. Rob used to work in publishing and journalism and he launched a collaborative blog Londonist. While he worked for Yahoo, Rob got banned from 10 Downing Street for life for taking pictures of the inside (“it turns out taking pictures of the inside and posting them online is frowned upon”). Before joining Rushmore he is a community strategist at the digital agency TH_NK.
Second day of Spark.me conference was opened by Bal Balaji, self taught programmer and an entrepreneur who is currently residing in capitol of Serbia where he runs his own company called Bal Lab. Throughout the years, he has worked on different products all over the world, products that demanded quick and effective alterations.
Just before the lunch, Meelik Gornoi from Skype took the stage on the second day of Spark.me conference which is taking place in Montenegro. Gornoi opened up his lecture by saying that although Skype is now a decade old, they are still fairly young therefore things are still being managed in a startup-like way.
Rock stars from Google, HP, 500 Startups, TechCrunch, The Founder Institute, ESPN, and other global leaders of innovation will hold 9 interactive workshops aimed at the examination, practice and development of live cases on December 4-5 in Kyiv.
After the lunch break, conference room full of young entrepreneurs welcomed Balkans's most renowned startup names such as Vukasin Stojkov (Startit), Maxim Gurvits (Eleven) and Ivo Spigel (Zip). Together, they elaborated more on what is the driving force behind, now a very successful and vibrant startup ecosystem that didn't even exist three years ago.
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.