The third edition of the super-charged Warp accelerator program, created by Deutsche Telekom’s hub:raum specifically to help entrepreneurs sharpen their business ideas and to develop a sound business model in a record time, is behind us. It was fast, it was intense and I’m sure that all of the startups will agree that it was very useful.
You've probably heard of a 'little' company called Deutsche Telekom, the global provider catering for hundreds of thousands of users? If that user base is something you'd like to sink your teeth in, get your reading glasses out and learn what its Poland-based accelerator program offers.
That is right - the application phase for Deutsche Telekom’s hub:raum Krakow WARP, a turbo accelerator for CEE startups, is open till November 16th. Selected projects will receive an 8-day-long training program in Krakow, Poland, and learn how to develop, grow and sell their product in different European markets. Prizes include cash award for the best pitch, partnering with Telekom in selected countries and potential investment.
Over 50 international experts, 8 days of hard working and possibility of reaching Deutsche Telekom customers – this is a short summary of hub:raum Krakow Warp which started on Saturday. A chosen group of 15 startups from Central and Eastern Europe including Croatia, Czech Republic, Romania, Austria, Poland and Greece, came to Krakow. The best team will be offered an investment and an invitation to the innovation incubator.
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 first TechCrunch Balkans meetup in Sofia begun with a loud whistle from Dilyan Dimitrov, founder of the Bulgarian accelerator Eleven, the host of this event. It was startup time! That is right, TechCrunch Balkans, organized by Netocratic, is being held throughout this week – we will have lectures, panels and the most important thing – pitches in front of John Biggs!
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.
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