June 18, 2014 was the day when we were honoured to be a part of Startup Yard’s Demo Day in Czech National Library of Technology in Prague, and witnessed the birth of a new age entrepreneurship along with its contagious desire for changing the world. Watching these new entrepreneurs and hearing out their great ideas made us feel proud and happy, knowing that there are young people who clearly put the matter in their own hands when it comes to changing the world. They created 127 jobs and will turn “complicated” into “simple”, not only with the ideas they presented at the Demo Day, but also with their innovative entrepreneur approach and highly enthusiastic spirit.
Yet again, Luigi opened his presentation with an interesting fact. During the 45 minute walk, more than 49 million gigabytes will be create! When we look at the number of the decisions which will be made using this data, only 6 percent of the companies will interpret it and actually make a use out of it.
The Czech social analytics web service Socialbakers has launched their official Twitter profile analytics service as a way to enter the broader social media analytics market. Socialbakers has focused almost exclusively on Facebook so far and plans to keep focused on the biggest social network in the world, but they are planning to broaden their offering, Twitter being the first step.
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Rimac Automobili’s expansion is in full swing. After the opening of a development office in Split, a similar one has opened in Slavonia, or in Osijek’s Esseker center to be exact. To see the story behind the new office and the things being developed inside it, I’ve decided to simply – visit. My host was […]
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.