Bulgarian startup accelerator Eleven enters its second year and it opened 5th application window, so the founders decided to share a few domains that are of particular interest to them and to spell out some directions they perceive as worthwhile. So, if you plan to apply for this accelerator, make sure to read Eleven’s list.
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 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.
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.
Appricot, a Belgrade based company from Serbia recently introduced the long-awaited Appidemia - social search network for your apps. Since this is not the first successful product this company has launched in the past few months, we were curious to find out just what exactly is going on in their offices, and what is fueling a dozen of young people that make such awesome apps.
Mobile app entrepreneurs from 31 countries will compete in the VentureOut Challenge to enter the Dragon's Den in Chisinau, Moldova, during an international mobile meeting organized by infoDev of the World Bank. The goal is internationalization of their mobile applications - entering new countries, continents or going global with their amazing apps.
Prezi is considered to be one of the most popular startups that come out of the Eastern Europe. Part of their success is directly related to having a good internal PR. Because this is usually every startup's weakest point, Kelly Hook from Prezi talked more about PR for startups and the way they should approach media during the RockPaperStartups conference which was held in Rijeka last week.
During conferences you are most likely to hear stories and case studies of successful projects, however Viktor Marohnic from ShoutEm decided to take a bit different approach during his lecture on RockPaperStartups in Rjeka. He opted to talk about previous failed projects and variations that led to ShoutEm being one of the most successful online DIY mobile apps creator out there.
It's no secret that early stage startups often do not know how to get media coverage. Their founders could be young economics students or programmers who are far better at what they do than writing a PR statement. Luckily, all of this can be taught simply by avoiding mistakes and following tips which gave Robin Wauters, European Editor of The Next Web at the RockPaperStartups conference which was held in Rijeka.
Croatian AI startup airt that applied for a global patent protection of their algorithm in July, surprised us with another news at the Infobip Shift conference – their platform can now be used and implemented by developers as well.