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Brickflow joins the Winter '13 teams of Startup Wise Guys

Startup Wise Guys, the Tallinn-based accelerator has taken in Hungarian startup Brickflow and seven other teams, and is now stepping on the gas pedal for the next three months with the help of 80 mentors. Their Winter '13 batch includes teams from 6 countries.

Startup Wise Guys, a seed funding and an intense mentorship program to early stage technology startups, just announced the participating teams of their Winter ’13 batch. The program is hosted twice a year and up to 10 new Wise Guys teams are accepted to each cycle of acceleration.

Hungarian startup Brickflow has been selected to participate in the program. Brickflow is an app for developing, discussing and sharing multimedia stories together on a virtual whiteboard.

The program begun on Monday by talking to alumni, getting a tour of the city, and a welcoming party at Garage48 HUB. The Winter '13 batch includes teams from Chile, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Poland, Russia. During the twelve-week program, the companies work intensively to plan, build and eventually introduce their products to angel investors and venture capitalists. The ultimate goal of the Startup Wise Guys program is to help promising startup companies realize their potential.

Below you'll find a list of the accepted teams. Company descriptions have been provided by Startup Wise Guys.

  1. Biletu is a mobile app to pay between friends and avoid the awkwardness of the money/friends transactions, including, expenses, photos, audio and location.
  2. Borrowl has created a system for tracking person items that people borrow and lend with one another. QR codes are used to create libraries of personal effects including automated reminders for borrowers.
  3. Brickflow is an online tool that allows individuals to work together on in a collaborative digital environment. Friends and colleagues can work on a digital whiteboard using photo, video, and other multimedia to better coordinate creative projects.
  4. is an online tool for budget management and financial planning that helps companies keep planned and actual costs under control. Budgets, contracts and invoices are all clearly organized and that makes financial data transparent for everyone involved.
  5. Fundblock is a multifaceted startup with a core focus on crowd-funding. Initial targets are creative industries such as film and music. However any startup, or business seeking to fund expansion, can engage in crowd-funding for their projects in exchange for defined levels of equity.
  6. Liitu is an online procurement platform for companies, bringing together buyers and suppliers. It enhances the efficiency of procurement and makes the discovery of right business partners easier.
  7. SportID will help to create a market between companies and gyms allowing which allows for a single marketing target for gyms while managing costs and payments to gyms for companies and their employees.
  8. TheTakes reduces video production costs and execution timeframes by providing SaaS-based, project management and enterprise resources planning solutions for the video production sector.