December 4, 2014
Right now in Warsaw, Poland, the ICT Summit, organized by The Polish Agency for Enterprise Development, is being held to support and educate international startups with speaker tracks on startup ecosystems, pitching, global success, mobile apps, scaling, and more.
As part of this major startup conference that supports the Central-Eastern Europe region, the final stage of the ScaleMeGlobal contest, organized by the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development was also held. An international jury chose the 10 best international startups out of 120 submissions which presented their companies on day one of the conference in front of an international board of investors and CEOs of major firms.
The winning startups were:
Clime – a tiny sensor with the ability to measure various kinds of near-field data such as movement, humidity, location, light, UV index and temperature;
Kinetise – a mobile app creator that allows you to build, live test and publish native apps for various mobile OS platforms with a simple drag & drop method, so that no coding knowledge is required in the process;
Limdesk – an online tool to create and manage a customer support center while having full insight into the current situation of the company.
Other finalists included:
Audiolink – a tool that utilizes high-frequency sound waves that are inaudible to human ears in order to transmit data and connect media, places and events with the Internet;
Fluent editor – a comprehensive tool for editing and manipulating ontologies with controlled natural language that is readable by humans and processable by computers;
Pirx – the manufacturer of the most affordable and reliable 3D printer on the market that recently launched Grand Pirx, a 3D printer with one of the biggest workspaces available on the market;
oort – the first complete universal wireless Internet of Things BTLE iBeacon system, a technology based upon intelligent connected devices that lets you control the living environment;
Zmorph – another 3D printer manufacturer and the first Polish 3D printer manufacturer to open a store outside Poland, in Haarlem, Netherlands;
The two remaining startups were projects from BIG and Robocore which were revealed during the contest.
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