Our startups of 2017 Round 1
Meet the 14 startups from 7 countries that participated in the first round of our 2017 program!
Interactive multiscreen experiences
Angry Bytes (the Netherlands) has an easy to use do-it-yourself platform to create high quality interactive multiscreen experiences for radio and tv.
Natural language generation technology
AX Semantics (Germany) is able to produce stories in editorial quality out of structured data. It does that in 22 languages, including Dutch.
Messaging becomes contextual
Chestnote (Belgium) transforms messages into treasures, and unlocking them is an matter of being in the right place at the right time.
Helping businesses becoming data driven
The platform of Contiamo (Germany) enables you to to analyze data from any source to discover insights and make smarter decisions.
Blockchain based distribution platform
The technology of DECENT (Switzerland) allows borderless publishing if any digital content and ensures trust and security.
Modern data platform for publishers
Deep.BI (Poland) helps publishers leverage and monetize the massive amounts of data they produce, reduce churn and optimize business performance.
Essential tool for journalists in the newsroom
EzyInsights (Finland) offers newsroom a tool to discover content, save time and benchmark the performance of content against competitors.
The smart content management system
Graphlr (the Netherlands) offers a backend system based on the graph database technology to streamline the content workflow and collect real time data,
Creating multi-camera stories for mobile devices
With Groupclip (the Netherlands) everyone can create compelling multi-camera video stories and edit them in just minutes at a fraction of the cost.
The off line touchpoint management system
The platform of inBeacon (the Netherlands) offers an extensive set of sophisticated options to create contextually aware campaigns using beacon technology.
Making push notifications more valuable
PushApps (Israel) uses personalized and interactive features to enrich push notifications. The technology can double CTR and revenue.
The next generation of video commerce
Spott (Belgium) makes time-stamped products and brands in local and international video shoppable on any smart device.
Unified online platform for creative television teams
Tinkerlist (Belgium) offers a fully integrated tool to support television production teams in creating content and managing workflows.
Low cost camera system for broadcast
Uscoutfor (the Netherlands) has developed unique technology that records sports matches automatically and uses behavioral analysis to detect goals and analyze matches.
Our startups of 2017 Round 2
Cross platform editorial planning tool
Collabrik (Sweden) is a cross-platform editorial planning and collaboration tool for editorial teams and newsrooms.
Share opinions in a fun and easy way
With the net.vote platform of Consent.io (Bulgaria) people are able to express their opinion in a fun, easy and understandable way.
Easy apps for an amazing mobile user experience
Ivy (Norway) transforms your existing digital content into an amazing mobile user experience. No matter the CMS or API.
Building powerful information feeds
Krzana (United Kingdom) is the tool for digital news gathering. The tool uses AI to make powerful custom information feeds.
Media Vox Pop
Video content generator for newsrooms
Media Vox Pop (Italy) provides a simple way to collect user generated videos across different platforms.
The 'watching together' SAAS solution
Sceenic (United Kingdom) helps media transform their video platforms into live watch experiences for real fan engagement.
Automated tagging with image recognition
Sensifai (Belgium) has cutting edge software that enables automated tagging, recommendations and summarization.
Short audio articles with a web widget
Simply Aloud (United Kingdom) create short audio articles of existing texts. They can be played with a widget integrated in a website.
A modern day TV guide for live streams
Streamtime (Germany) offers an app that is a modern day TV guide for live streams with reminders and new content discovery.
A 'Smartwall' for paying for content
The 'Smartwall' of SwissPay (Switzerland) helps publishers to monitize one-time readers better and convert them into subscribers.
Universal video player for all platforms
THEOplayer (Belgium) provides a single player ('Universal Player') across all major devices, platforms and browsers.
Delivering insights in the use of video content
Vidpulse (Greece) delivers real time analytics about online videos such as viewer engagement, drop off points and video completes.
Managing, publishing and selling video content
Vixy (the Netherlands) gives video content owners the tools to professionally manage, publish and analyze video for all platforms.
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