Buildit 2nd batch- meet the startups
Buildit just graduated their 2nd batch. 11 startups from Estonia, Bulgaria, India, UK, Latvia, Finland, Russia and Palestine showed their prototypes, lot of them for the first time in front of the public. Get to know them and you can still apply till 15th of December.
Taking place in the Guinness World Record holding pub some believe that it might have been one of the coolest pre-Christmas start-up parties in Baltics this year.
Three months of engineering, product development, market discovery, countless hours of mentoring and blood, sweat and tears has brought us new technologies from fashion to microchip quality measurements. Teams have pitched to potential investors and clients during trips to Barcelona, Riga, Vienna, London, Helsinki, Amsterdam. Big thanks to 57 mentors (from 10 countries) for their countless hours of help!
Among the 11 startups you can find:
KÖÖK, which has made a compact electrical peeling machine for home users – it is up to 6 times quicker than manual peeling and has a patent pending technology that peels various size fruits and vegetables with minimal waste. Soon to be Kickstarted!
Velmenni is a new wireless communication technology using visible light to transfer data securely at speeds 10 times faster than WiFi. Their technology brings future a brighter look at internet issues in crowded places like conferences, festivals, airports and so much more.
Want to accelerate growth of your hardware startup? Join in! Build your hardware startup at Buildit and get fully equipped facilities with 20k€ investment and more than 100 world-class mentors! The applications for Spring’15 batch close on December 15!
Let others know too – we want to reach all early stage hardware startups out there. You can help with sharing this with your followers and friends: 6 days to apply @BuilditAcc – fully equipped #hardware #startup #accelerator, 20k€ funding & 100+ world class mentors www.buildit.ee
Buildit is supported by Enterprise Estonia´s Startup Estonia program, which is financed from the European Regional Fund.