Treasure hunt app Sighter among the 10 finalists of Barca Starta

Treasure hunt app Sighter among the 10 finalists of Barca Starta

Treasure hunt app Sighter got selected to be among the 10 finalists of the Barca Starta competition hosted by the Mobile Marketing Magazine. The Barca Starta provides an opportunity for mobile startups to pitch in front of a panel of experts on February 25.

It can be difficult it can be to get yourself noticed at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, especially if you’re new to the industry. On February 25, Mobile Marketing Magazine is giving 10 of the best mobile startups the opportunity to pitch their business in front of an audience of VCs and mobile specialists. The Barca Starta competition gives each hand-picked finalist three minutes to showcase their expertise at the final.Read more »

Sighter secures new round of funding from Enterprise Ireland

Sighter secures new round of funding from Enterprise Ireland

Hungarian startup Sighter secured €50,000 investment from Enterprise Ireland’s Competitive Start Fund. The fund is also the gateway to EI’s High Potential Startup Funding. This is the third round of investment for Sighter, raising their funding to €110,000.

Hungarian startup Sighter have been really busy growing their startup over the last 6 months. Back in May they won third place at the Budapest Bank Startup Competition, where their new advisor Sean Murphy gave the presentation. In June they finished Ryan Academy’s Propeller Venture Accelerator programme. The team learned a lot there and gained loads of great contacts in the Irish Ecosystem. Also in June Sighter selected to participate in the StartupChile program (among the best 100 out of 1570 applicants) - receiving 40k USD equity free seed capital.Read more »

The winners and participants of Startup Sauna Warmup Budapest

The winners and participants of Startup Sauna Warmup Budapest

Startup Sauna held its first ever Warmup event in Budapest on October 1, 2012. Meet all the startups that have been selected by the judges and received the opportunity to present at the event.

The Budapest Warmup event consisted of two parts. In the morning each team presented in front of the jury, in the afternoon teams had private feedback sessions with the coaches.Read more »


 
 
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