Startup Safary turns Budapest into a startup exhibition for 2 days

Startup Safary turns Budapest into a startup exhibition for 2 days

It’s days of open doors for the startup ecosystem in Budapest. Startups, investors, accelerators, incubators and co-works to open their doors to attendees. It’s a great opportunity to meet people behind the startups, and to see the company cultures they have.

Have you heard about Prezi or LogMeIn? How about the acquisition of Ustream by IBM, or the acquisition of Distinction by Skyscanner? There is one thing surely in common: they all have happened in Budapest.Read more »

Meet the four Hungarian Startups selected for How to Web 2015

Meet the four Hungarian Startups selected for How to Web 2015

Meet the four Hungarian tech startups that have been selected to attend How to Web conference's Startup Spotlight competition taking place on November 26-27 in Bucharest, Romania. The jury selected the 32 promising startups from all around the CEE.

Today we proudly present the four Hungarian tech startups that have been selected to attend How to Web conference's Startup Spotlight this year: EDM Designer, SpringTab, Sybrillo, and Wyze.Read more »

Shoka bell promises to turn your bicycle into a “smartbike”

Shoka bell promises to turn your bicycle into a “smartbike”

Hungarian startup Shoka has developed a bicycle bell promising to “turn your bicycle into a smartbike”, is launching its Kickstarter campaign in September after working a year on the concept. The project will try to raise $100 000 to begin mass production.

Hungarian startup Shoka is launching its Kickstarter campaign in September after spending a year hatching up the concept of their smart bike accessory. Named Shoka Bell, the product will navigate the rider, let off a signal if someone else is trying to push the bike away and give a notification if somebody we know is nearby.Read more »

Candy helps you organize web content ingeniously while browsing

Candy helps you organize web content ingeniously while browsing

Using Candy, a new Chrome extension, you can mark, organize and store any type of web content. The new type of content storage application was designed along the line of the mechanics of the human mind to store captivating bits of information.

Candy facilitates and quickens conscious research and boosts the inspirational effect of browsing. Thanks to an exciting feature, the bits and bobs of information collected from all over the internet can be beaded up to form a train of thought by arranging your candies (saved contents) in the preferred order. While browser bookmarks remember the website URL only, Candy stores all the relevant information and allows for highlighting several passages of text. This way, you can save the relevant parts of every website: the very particulars that grabbed your attention.Read more »

How Hungarian startup Brewie crowdfunded their home brewer

How Hungarian startup Brewie crowdfunded their home brewer

Brewie offers a device that lets you to create your very own home brew. With starting a crowdfunding campaign, Hungarian Brewie not only got their idea validated but also raised twice as much money as they intended. Read about the story of their success.

Brewie offers a device that enables newbies as well as experts to craft beer on their own. You simply start with choosing your favourite ingredients and defining the water intake with the integrated touch display. You can either run it automatically or control each step of the process. Since the device is constantly connected to wifi, you can even monitor the brewing process while at work or on the road.Read more »


 
 
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