20 Internet of Things startups will begin their acceleration at Google Campus Madrid, with the help of Startups Europe
From smart appliances that emulate great chefs to interconnected toys developed by children themselves
Madrid, June 28th, 2016
IoT Week Madrid, an intense week of acceleration for startups specialized in Internet of Things, will join 20 startups from different European cities at Google Campus Madrid from the 27th until the 30th of June.
Participating startups will develop innovative ideas in different fields, such as the development of devices that detect accidents involving cyclists, smart appliances that allow chefs to cook like true professionals, and interconnected toys that children develop themselves. Last year, the Startup Europe accelerator specialized in IoT, Startup-Scaleup, helped 50 startups reach their goals and expand their business thanks to the three million of capital raised through different rounds of funding.
IoTers Week is designed as an intensive and dynamic space where startups receive direct advice and guidance in areas like Marketing, Internalization, Internet of Things, and Management.
From there, tech entrepreneurs will benefit from the Startup ecosystem created around Europe by the European Commission in order to promote technological entrepreneurship. More specifically, startups will receive direct mentoring, online training, access to events, and contacts with investors.
Although all of the participants in this innovative program will benefit from it, the startups that will be selected after 6 intense months of work will be able to attend the Internet of Things World Congress in Dublin (https://iotworldeurope.com/), the biggest IoT event in Europe.
Tomorrow, the 29th of June, IoT Week will kick off with a Networking session starting at 19:00 at Campus Madrid (c / Moreno Nieto , 2. Madrid). Jose del Barrio, founder of La Nevera Roja, will give a speech to all present.
Startup-Scaleup has offices in four of the European ecosystems: Cartagena and Madrid ( Spain ) , Zoetermeer (Netherlands ) , Vilnius (Lithuania ) and Dublin ( Ireland). Behind these ecosystems are partners of the projects: Ryan Academy, CrosspringLab , Cloud Incubator HUB from Polytechnic University of Cartagena , The Open Coffee Club , BluSpecs and F6s project.
The 20 accelerated startups are: Carbon Shark Veterinaria, Biwel Salud Empresarial, Nearext, Qmonitor, Moggie, Warden Automation, Encore-LAB, Sala-mandra Espacios Colaborativos, OrionSky, Eskesso, Brookesia Design & Technologies S.L., CerQana, BioBee Technologies, Gm2, Imprimaker, Social&Care, Gluttsea, Flecho, Skyot, Orbita Line.
This information is also available in: Spanish