SEA2Y – Startup Europe final conference
Startup Europe – Discover it’s impact and learn about future initiatives
Startup Europe is holding its final conference in Belgium in February 2017.
- Learn about what we know about the European startup ecosystems
- Discover what we have achieved with Startup Europe projects
- Understand the progress on startup and scaleup policies
- Engage with future projects and plans
- Connect with the Startup Europe network
Morning: Startup Europe Data + Impact
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch break
Afternoon: Future: Horizon 2020 ICT32 call & Networking
More information: EventBrite
Poland has chosen 9 winning startups for European final of StartUp Europe Awards!
Poland has chosen nine startups for the European final of StartUp Europe Awards!
Under the frame of Startup Poland Global, an educational program for Polish startups and scaleups helping them work on global expansion strategies, were chosen the nine startups which will represent Poland in Brussels, for the final of StartUp Europe Awards. This program selected 50 high potential startups that participated in three-day intensive course where they improved their pitches, listened to serial entrepreneurs’ stories of success and failure, and acquired legal and business background on moving operations abroad. During the pitching finals, the jury of venture capitalists and entrepreneurs rated startups performance on stage.
They selected the winners that will receive a tailored workshop on building global strategies and scaling, at the end of January 2017, and will go to the final of SEUA.
Startup Poland Global is enabled by the United Way Worldwide and funded by Citi Foundation.
These are thestartups selected to represent Poland in 9 categories in the final of Startup Europe Awards:
In the ICT Category the winner is DeepDoc; a project aimed at early detection of risk of depression using machine learning to analyze activity in social media, they diagnose the risk of depression at a very early stage.
Jumbster, the winner in TOURISM Category, is an application to save on fuel; with this app you are able to find and buy the cheapest fuel in your area.
In the HEALTH Category was selected Pelvifly, a comprehensive, mobile system of prophylaxis and rehabilitation of pelvic floor muscles dysfunction.
Piece of cake provides the opportunity to easy splitting your bills for your friends, workmates and in every place, where you just need divide the bill. This startup will represent Poland for FINTECH Category.
Ronzo is aimed to empower consumers with delicious cricket-based products with natural ingredients, no artificial chemical substances or semi-processed products; and it is the winner for the GREEN Category.
Smartbox, wich creates a comprehensive Smarthouse system based on cloud computing, was chosen as the winner for ENERGY Category.
The winner for SOCIAL Category is Socialgamer, a search engine in the computer gaming industry focused on the rapid and precise searching for partners to create the perfect team.
Sense produces wireless, mobile and intelligent sensors and designs measuring systems. Sense was chosen to represent Poland in the CITIES Category.
For the CREATIVE Category the winner is RoboCamp, which enhances STEM education using LEGO robot building and visual programming.
Startup Europe Awards recognizes the effort of the European startups in five levels (local, county, regional, national and European) in ten categories: Creative, Energy, Fintech, Green, Health, ICT, Smart Cities, Social, Tourism and Water. Each involved country will recognize the best local startups which will have the chance to compete to be awarded as the best European startups, in the Final ceremony to be held first quarter of 2017 in Brussels. For this reason, StartUp Europe Awards is “The Eurovision for Startups”.
StartUp Europe Awards is promoted by the European Commission and supported by the President of the Committee of the Regions, several members of the European Parliament as Ambassadors and it is implemented by Finnova Foundation in collaboration with Startup Europe.
1-2-1 session “Define technological needs of livestock industry”
Define technological needs of livestock industry.
The topic of the session is identification and analysis of potential technological needs of livestock sector from the point of view of veterinarians and farmers. The expert, based on his experience, indicates effective solutions to the concrete needs.
Hipra Poland, Technical Advisor – Livestock
15.00 – 16.00
Questions & Answers
Hipra Poland, Technical Advisor – Livestock
Rafal Trukan is an expert in dealing with issues in the areas of business, and veterinary medicine. Extensive experience in planning and implementing business plans and promotional budgets, as well as the link with the environment veterinary allowed for the successful conduct many training marketing and sales techniques and tactics in the field.
As an advisor repeatedly dealt with the development and implementation of new, will be widely popular products on the market (such as Marbox, Cevaxel RTU, Pride Delta, Enzaprost, Coxevac, Hydracev, Spirovet, SYNCROSTIM, Velactis, Multishield DC, Eprecis inj.).
Travel to and attend SXSW 2017 conference for FREE with Startup Europe!
Be part of an EU startup delegation selected to travel to South by SouthWest 2017 conference in the US, with return flights, accomodation and registration.
The EU will support participation to the South by Southwest (SXSV 2017) conference for up to 10 startup representatives (return flight EU-Austin, accommodation 4 nights, between 10-14 March.2017, and SXSW interactive conference registration).
The startups will also participate in the startup demonstrations and general networking activities that will be organized by the EU Delegation to the U.S. during this period, at an EU-dedicated venue at ‘Palm Door on 6th‘ in downtown Austin.
The selection will be based on the following criteria:
- Examples of innovative technology
- Currently participating in an EU funded programme
- Actively seeking to expand in the US
- Representing regional and gender diversity
To apply, please fill in, by 10th January 2017, the required information at: Google Form application
Startups selected will be informed by 20th January 2017.
Launching the Madrid Startup House
On Monday 21st November, Welcome project, under the umbrella of Startup Europe, will be launching its latest initiative, ‘Madrid Startup House’. ‘Madrid Startup House’ is a new platform whose objective is to show the potential Madrid has in the entrepreneurship world. Having a startup entry point into the city will surely foster growth and prosperity to the entreprenurial movement of the Spanish capital and make it very attractive to national and international entrepreneurs.
All players of the startup ecosystem are welcome to join: becoming a partner, a collaborator or a sponsor are some of the ways you can help us make the Madrid ecosystem more transparent and approachable.
For more info on the agenda discussed tomorrow morning check out this post.
Stay tuned, we’ll soon update you on the outcomes of the launch!
The Official Launch of the Startup Europe ‘One Stop Shop’ in Brussels
Last week we officially launched the One Stop Shop in Brussels, the heart of Europe.
The One Stop Shop has been growing with speed over the last few months and it was time to officially launch it into the world with a special event.
In case you didn’t know , the One Stop Shop is a single point for startups to access all the information they need to grow and thrive: find investment and support, attend events, search for open calls, find out about legal rules and connect with other startup players.
At an event held by Digital Europe, we presented the One Stop Shop, and explained how to use it with an interactive presentation.
This event followed the DIPP (Digital in Practice) format by Digital Europe, which is a type of event that delves into digital best practice and cutting-edge technology.
The interactive presentation involved showing the audience how to easy it is to use the website.
The Power of the One Stop Shop
Over the last two months we have seen over 30,000 visitors, hailing from all over Europe and beyond. This works out at around 500 different visitors a day.
Our main visitor countries at the moment are the USA, Germany and France.
The website offers a powerful platform to allow startup players to connect and grow across Europe.
Discussion and questions
The panelists at the event were:
- Stewart McTavish, Director of the University of Cambridge, ideaSpace.
- Jesus Lozano, Serial entrepreneur.
- Emilio Corchado, Founder, BISTE accelerator, CEO of StartupOlé and coordinator of STARTUP EUROPE-WELCOME project.
- Maurice Beckand, Founder, Crosspring
Each of the speakers spoke about their experience of the startup world and how they had used the Startup Europe One Stop Shop. For example, Stewart McTavish spoke about how having one single point online saves time for startups when they are looking for key information.
There were also a series of questions about the functionality of the One Stop Shop, including on the registration process for the Startup Europe Map, and what the One Stop Shop offers female entrepreneurs.
To see more pictures from the event, go to the Digital Europe’s Facebook album.