27 startups that won’t let you miss any event
Considering the upcoming festivals and conferences, we thought we’d provide you with a list of event-related startups in CEE. From finding events to giving presentations, you can be sure to find a startup that keeps you up-do-date.
If you are one of those who have a QR-code on their business cards, Ctact.me might be for you. After scanning the code, you can take notes, track where you met that person and later download all the info on a differentdevice.
Are you planning to organise an event? With Eventiply you can send out invitations, promote your happening on social media and receive valuable statistics.
You need to know what’s going on around you? Eventphant is a mobile app that will show you all the events in your area.
Eventismo is a platform for private and business events. You can choose from various categories and find your favourite event. Coming soon!
This music event discovery app aims to improve communication between event organisers and artists, and should help organisers manage and promote their events.
Discover events, venues and artists with Eventyard’s mobile app. It matches your interests with your current location.
Organising an event is difficult enough and finding sponsors is perhaps even harder. With Sponsia, you can create your event and find sponsors through promotion.
With Weemss you can create, manage and promote your events all over the world. Coming soon!
Mingle is an app for creating instant social networks. It allows event managers to communicate with guests and get feedback on TV screens on the spot.
This app is specifically for startups, allowing them to publish news, events, and milestones. Coming soon!
Startup events such as conferences can be huge and keeping track of who’s there can be a challenge. With the Networker app you’ll know who is at the same event as you, and you can meet your most relevant contacts.
With Waymi you can not only create and organise events but also set up tasks and schedules. The app is available, the desktop version will launch soon.
Biletu is the “lovechild” of Eventbrite and Whatsapp – you can plan events with your friends and decide on the location via chat.
The platform Chillweek lets you discover the real hip and most attended events in your city.
Once registered, Funspotter picks the most relevant events for you – given that you provide with your list of interests.
So you have this particular interest but feel like you’re the only one? Meetupedia lets you find like-minded people and join regular meetings.
Wouldn’t it be great to have an app specifically for your event? MeetMobileEssence. They build apps for festivals, conferences, and other events.
The guys from Sopreso want to improve the interaction between speakers and audience during presentations. Coming soon!
This app lets agencies and the media turn live events into branded stories that can be embedded on their websites.
Event organisers can improve their festivals and conferences with withEvent. The startup claims that more than 30% of the audience will use the app as the primary source to get informed during the event.
With presfee you can get live feedback from the audience on your presentation and learn how to improve your product.
Eventya is still in its early stage but if you happen to be in Romania, you can be sure to find just about any event in your area.
This startup is all about monitoring. Event organisers can get feedback from the participants and get real-time statistics about their event activity on social media.
What’s going on in your startup scene? StartAppMe is specifically for startup events. You can browse through existing ones and add your own.
With sli.do, audience members can ask live questions, the speaker can collect their opinion with polls and more that will make sure that even a less-talented public speaker brings the house down.
Slovenian Kulone has a vast global events database, which – as they say – brings them more than 250.000 unique visitors a month.
Presentain turns your smartphone into a remote control during presentations, records them and allows the audience to see the slides on their devices and send questions.
Another startup we missed the first time around: