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After the second day of Spark.me conference which is taking place in beautiful Montenegro and three teams that made it into finals, winners of the startup competition were finally announced yesterday. Serbian TruckTrack which aims to improve management in trucking industry took the first place - a fully paid trip to TechCrunch's Disrupt in New York next year and a opportunity to present their startup at the StartUp Alley.
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.
The TechCrunch Balkans Meetup tour is over! The last event was held in Slovenia’s capital city, Ljubljana, which hosted many members of the local startup scene. It was the last chance to pitch to John Biggs, East Coast Editor of TechCrunch, and the jury decided – the best startup, which gets a demo table at TechCrunch Disrtupt in Berlin, was eBeat, while Lumu gets the ticket for the same conference!
Third TechCrunch Balkans Meetup was held last night. After Sofia, Belgrade and miles and miles of roads we crossed during the last few days, we have finally reached Zagreb. That was the place where John Biggs, East Coast Editor of TechCrunch, listened to Croatian startups (and one from Israel as well) and decided, along with other jury members, that demo table at TC Disrupt in Berlin goes to Sizem!
After Bulgaria, TechCrunch Balkans Meetup moved to Serbia. More than 200 people from Belgrade startup scene gathered to hear what TechCrunch’s East Coast Editor, John Biggs, has to say. Also, a few of them got a chance to pitch their ideas to him and to the other members of the TC Balkans Meetup crew.
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!
TechCrunch comes to Balkan and we are more than proud to announce that Netocratic is in charge for the whole organization! That is right, John Biggs will be rolling through Sofia, Belgrade, Zagreb and Ljubljana at the beginning of July for a series of informal meet-ups for all of those that want to know more […]
As we wrote before, Romanian mobile startup Appscend was the only CEE startup at Techcrunch’s Mobile World Congress Meetup and they were pitching last week to a group of investors. Marketing and Communication Manager for Appscend, Alexandra Dumitru, shared with us her pitching story and gave some tips for those that will soon be facing […]