We launched Eleven a little less than a year ago – how time flies. In April 2012, we posted our first ‘Hello World’ posts, and in May we opened our first application window. Now, as our first year is coming to an end, we’ll be sharing a series of posts here, with some intermediary notes […]
Shift Startup is not a new startup conference, it’s a rebranding of last year’s successful Startup Live Split conference, with Netokracija as a media sponsor. Organizers, led by Code Anwhere’s co-founder Ivan Burazin, want to gather 500 participants this year in Split! Shift will be held in Split from 22nd to 24th May. Burazin revealed […]
Bulgarian startup accelerator Launchub has announced the first batch of 9 teams to participate in its acceleration program that starts in autumn. The 9 teams, 2 of which come from Croatia, were chosen by a committee consisting of investment partners, entrepreneurs, bacnkers and of course - Launchub’s team. Each of the 9 startups will get 30.000 EUR of seed capital.
Startup Week is the first European startup festival that will take place in Vienna, Austria between 3rd and 7th of October 2011. According to the organizers, Startup Week gather over 100 investors, 70 speakers, 50 startups and over one thousand guests! Of course, Netocratic will act as a media partner and we'll cover the entire festival for you.
The most innovative startups from Germany, Austria and Central and Eastern Europe will have a chance to present their projects to more than 100 business angels and venture capitalists.
What the hell?! No, it's not finished. Not nearly. There are still bugs to fix and posts to write but here you have Netocratic, a blog that's going to cover startups and web business primarily from Southeastern Europe but across all of Central and Eastern Europe as well when possible.
If you're not familiar with Netokracija, it's a blog started in 2009. that has grown into the biggest source of web business and startup news in the region. Its readers include web professionals, journalists, entrepreneurs, developers and lots of geeks from Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia, Bosnia and other countries of Southeastern Europe.