These eleven companies will now advance to the Master Class, to be held in Zaragoza, Spain May 4-6. Congratulations go to:
Byte Surgery/Decisions for Heroes â€“ tools to enable emergency rescue personnel and volunteers to collect and analyze data at emergency scenes
Emergence â€“ SaaS application that provides real-time risk management across a range of corporate business functions
iFoods Ltd/LookandTaste.com â€“ professionally-produced and user-generated digital video library of recipes; online video glossary of food and kitchen terms
IGoPeople â€“ software that socially connects consumers and businesses to better build brands and enable consumer involvement in marketing
Locle â€“ location-aware social networking tools to identify people and places on mobile devices
LouderVoice â€“ SaaS application that enables customers to review products and provide feedback on business sites
PutPlace â€“ cloud storage platform for consumer PC- and Web-based digital media and information
Revahealth â€“ online directory of health clinics, providing a detailed and normalized view of services and medical personnel
Sentry Wireless â€“ security for mobile phone devices by providing a firewall on a SIM card. First product is a service that insures the privacy and safety of children when using mobile phones
Toddle â€“ provides easy-to-create email marketing campaigns for small businesses, leveraging the tools with which customers are already familiar: Outlook and a browser
TouristR â€“ interactive online travel planner that allows users to plan, book and share their travel with an innovative search tool
Now Innovate!Europe are looking for other Europeâ€™s top startup – and the deadline to apply is March 23rd.
Innovate!Europe will be hosting Going Global workshops and networking meetups in Europe and Israel from March 30th – April 8th – check calendar
Start-ups will receive mentoring and feedback from Guidewire Groupâ€™s renowned analyst team on how to improve your pitch and hone the skills you need to compete in fast-paced markets like Silicon Valley.
Best of all, there is no cost to apply or to participate in the Going Global workshops.
Start-ups in the workshops held so far have raved about the experience. Conor Oâ€™Neill of LouderVoice, called it â€œpure goldâ€ and said it was â€œthe most impressive start-up workshop I have ever encountered.â€
If you want to participate in the competition but canÂ¹t attend one of the workshops, fill out the form anyway.
If you’re selected, Guidewire Group’s analysts will conduct a phone interview with you.
Note: You donâ€™t need to be a workshop participant to attend one of the networking meetups. The meetups are also open to investors, journalists and other members of the entrepreneurial community. However, an RSVP is required as space is limited.