Our mates over at Informilo know a hot startup when they see one. They’re an independent media company that produces some of the best journalism for major tech conferences across Europe.
They’ve drawn up a nice little list of the 25 most promising startups coming to Web Summit, so I thought I’d share some of the names here on the Web Summit blog. Be sure to check out their original.
In no particular order, here are Informilo’s top 25 Web Summit startup picks:
I’m fairly biased here. Any startup that will help me get to know my dogs –Alfie and Bo – better is a winner in my eyes.
This San Francisco startup has developed what’s been called the ‘FitBit for dogs’ – a GPS tracker that helps owners better understand their pets and helps dogs lead healthier, happier lives.
That’s former NFL legend Tiki Barber. He’s the Co-Founder of Thuzio – a startup that uses data science to match celebrities with major brands and institutions for marketing campaigns.
We caught up with Tiki back in September and he told us he reckons Beyoncé is the world’s most marketable celeb.
Mailjet exhibited at Web Summit last year and have been thriving since. They provide an all-in-one email marketing solution and are now sending over one billion emails a month for a range of major partners .
Since Web Summit 2014 they’ve raised $11 million. They’ve also been nice enough to share their 15 essential Web Summit hacks for exhibiting startups this year.
Stratajet is the Uber for jets – they’re making it easier for people to book private jets.
These guys have built the world’s smallest real-time GPS location device for children aged three and up.
Founded in 2011 in Israel but based in the UK, hereO has raised $4 million in funding.
Again, in no particular order, here are Informilo’s 20 other picks. Check their list:
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