To a former developer and currently a successful entrepreneur, WebCamp is an ideal conference due to its combination of advanced IT lectures mixed with non-tech ones. Any person communicating with another person in his life could’ve found a certain value in “Why should you talk” talk presented by a German developer and author (of programming books, of course), Christian Grobmeier.
Bulgarian venture fund LAUNCHub just announced the 14 shortlisted technology startups who will attend the Long Weekend Event next week in Zagreb and receive intensivetraining with coaches and mentors, to polish their final pitches for the finale on July 5, when the winners in the Long Weekend to be offered investment of up to 200 K Euro.
Jon Froda, co-founder at Podio, will hold a presentation at B4CLOUD conference that takes place in Zagreb, Croatia. His company is one of the largest online business solutions in the world and it was acquired by Citrix a year ago. He will talk about the secret to Podio’s success, so we interviewed him on that topic, Podio in general as well as growing a business.
Osijek's Inchoo, company specialized in Magento platform and one of the official partners of OMGcommerce, held three very informative and highly attended presentations during the two day conference about e-commerce which was held in Double Tree by Hilton Hotel in Zagreb, Croatia.
The Zagreb Entrepreneurship Incubator, ZIP (Zagrebacki inkubator poduzetništva), presented the first 7 startups to enter it's new coworking space, one of the first in Croatia in general, today in Zagreb. They are Fieldpod, Content KOD, BackWay, Indoor Vision, Publiconn, Mash.me and Digital distribution of graphic novels. While ZIP is not an accelerator and doesn't fund startups, the news was well received by the local startup community that has lacked true support in previous years. Now, the Zagreb-based incubator will also be advised by Stefan Glaenzer, Seedcamp's Carlos Espinal and Dave McClure!
There are only two days left for startups to apply for Geeks on a Plane conference in Zagreb! If you haven’t done so already, apply now and dare to be a part of a full-blown startup autumn. You'll get a chance to pitch in front of a crowd of true startup lovers as well as the Geeks on a Plane, including 500 Startups founder Dave McClure!
Croatia’s capital, Zagreb, is getting its first coworking space for startups - also the first true coworking space in the country. The Zagreb entrepreneurship incubator or Zagrebački inkubator poduzetništva - ZIP - will be, as the name says, more of an incubator than just a space for entrepreneurs to work at. Applications start today and the 5 best teams will get the chance to join ZIP in the fall.
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.