Majority of Seedcamp’s new batch is from CEE
London-based Seedcamp announced their new batch of seven after Seedcamp-Week in Berlin. Out of 22 teams from 14 countries the accelerator programme has chosen seven startups to join their family. The event was an opportunity to practice, pitch and learn with over 100 mentors present, according to the organisers. Meet the four teams from CEE that convinced the jury.
The Macedonian startup DoxOut provides an editing tool for collaborative document usage. The service helps to organise messages and document content on smartphones and tablets.
Polish Gaming Live is a Live-streaming service for gamers. Besides eSports and gaming videos the platform provides networking features for its users.
Croatian-based Oradian, is a financial service for frontier markets. The company’s core product focuses on microfinance systems.
The remaining three startups of Seedcamp’s batch are from Irland and UK (BridgeU –UK; FabAllThings – Ireland, Reedsy – UK). All teams will receive access to the mentor network and will be guided trough the business building process during the following three months.
Founded in 2007, Seedcamp has invested in companies all over Europe and announced their first investments in Ireland and Macedonia with their current batch. Seedcamp includes a mentoring programme and supports early stage startups with seed capital. With startups such as Codeship (Austria), IDerma (Croatia) or Antavo (Hungary) Seedcamp has invested in CEE in the past.