Seedcamp reveals the 18 companies selected for London

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Last week we announced that Startupbootcamp was spreading it’s wings and conquering more European territory, à la Seedcamp. And yesterday, Seedcamp announced the 18 companies selected to participate in Seedcamp London on January 25th.

According to the blog post published by the team, this event received a record number of applications from across the globe – including India and Australia. And despite the strong majority of UK-based companies on the list (although nowhere near as many UK companies as last year), the 18 teams selected actually represent 9 different countries.

Here’s a rundown on the killer startups who made the cut:

Ad Avengers (London, UK): a network for smaller publishers to find advertisers, which operates on a credits-based system.

Bipsly (Paris, France): a mobile-based loyalty rewards platform, allowing local businesses to engage and reward customers.

Blomming (Milan/Modena, Italy): DIY e-commerce solutions for blogs, social media and soon mobile devices.

Bragbet (Dublin, Ireland): a social gambling platform.

Eeve (London, UK): a location-based platform for users to share information about events and parties.

Frooly (Sheffield, UK): a social-commerce platform for small independent businesses.

Geomium (London, UK): a social platform for users to find cool activities and meet people nearby.

GrabCAD (Tallinn, Estonia): an online marketplace connecting engineers and manufacturing companies.

Huikea (Helsinki, Finland): real social games for iPads & tablets, to be played with friends in bars, at school or at home.

Khojan (London, UK): online shopping platform allowing users to interact with individual shops, view profiles and buy products.

Minutebox (London, UK): a video-chat marketplace where users can buy and sell advice.

Mob1Serv (London, UK): SaaS solution to integrate innovative features into mobile and desktop applications.

MyRec (Lisbon, Portugal): a recommendation system to facilitate finding pertinent information in large databases.

Parcura (London, UK): “Linkedin for parents” or a social referral network for finding babysitters and other child-related services.

Psykosoft (Tours, France): online creative applications company, behind a photo-painting application with natural media brushes and tools.

Risparmiosuper (Milan, Italy): online price-comparison tool to save shoppers time and money.

Sylpheo (Saint-Quentin, France): sales-oriented mobile applications for making calls, customer notes, CRM updates and sending documents. (Ljubljana, Slovenia): Free voice and video calls over internet, straight from the browser.

After Seedcamp London, the next event will take place in Tel Aviv on February 16th. Applications for this event are open and will close on February 3rd.

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  • Hannes

    The link for Risparmiosuper is wrong (is the same as Psykosoft).

  • HammerBridge

    great database of start-ups !

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  • Houlyhann

    How are some of these killer ideas? Linkedin for parents? Engineering marketplace? VOIP? And my personal fav; location based platform to share events. How many of these are there already?

    Record year for entries? Must of either been terrible applications or, most likely, a very biased selection process based not on what you’re doing to innovate/move fast/develop great tech.


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