European Commission announces its hunt for the best tech startups. All the EU-based ones which are younger than 3 years, and raised less than €1 million in external funding, are welcome to register for EU funding sources until May 22, 2014.
Eurapp, an EC-funded study of the EU app economy led by Dr John Breslin of NUI Galway, is now inviting solvers globally to generate ideas to solve major challenges facing the EU app economy, with a total prize fund of €9000 and an additional €15000 to facilitate travel of the top ten solvers to a Eurapp event in Berlin this November.
Josipa Majic (23) and Ana Burica (23) are two young entrepreneurettes and students leading an upcoming Croatian startup IDerma and several other projects on the side. By creating white label mobile apps in 48 hours for just $99 for clinics around the world they are solving the problem in the communication between doctors and patients.
Startup Europe Leaders Club, an independent group of founders in the field of tech entrepreneurship, who act as role models for European web entrepreneurs and provide guidance to the Commission on what needs to be done to strengthen the environment for web entrepreneurs to start in Europe and stay in Europe, made a manifest that was announced at Founders Forum. The name of the manifest is: Startup Europe – A tech entrepreneur’s manifesto to power EU economic growth.
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.