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The Europas 2014: The WINNERS!
Transcript of The Europas 2014: The WINNERS!
June 10 | London
EUROPEAN TECH STARTUP AWARDS
(Media, Music, Leisure)
Xavier Niel /
(Wearables, Robotics, Connected Devices)
Awarded to key, long-term individuals working in or with tech startups.
ENTERPRISE / SaaS /
SHARING / CROWD-
GRAND PRIX AWARD
(selected by judges)
HALL OF FAME
SECURITY / PRIVACY
OF THE YEAR
OF THE YEAR
With over 200 million regular listeners today and acquirers circling,
Soundcloud continues to be a fantastic European success story and an ambassador for Berlin’s tech scene
From Berlin, FoodPanda SLASH Hellofood – For its huge global expansion in the last year.
From Berlin: Babbel, has become one of the worlds leading language learning platforms, used in 190 countries, with 15 million users.
Now working across Istanbul, London, Berlin, Israel and operating across numerous verticals,
Startup Bootcamp has extended its model across Europe and has created a force to be reckoned with internationally.
From London and now in New York, this cross-device interactive video platform continues to scale in an impressive fashion internationally
From Helsinki, it’s impossible to argue with Supercell’s super success in the last year, with a Billion Dollar investment and smash hits like Clash Of Clans.
From Berlin, EyeEm started small with a great product and has battled its way to tens of million of users, a unique marketplace where photographers get paid and amazing photographs, all against the might of Instagram.
From London, GoCardless has shaken up the world of Fintech, processing $200m worth of transactions and disrupting the Direct Debit business – making users lives easier.
From the UK, Datasift is a deep tech startup that has impressed users globally with is big data on social media, enough to attract the attention of significant UK and US venture capital
From Kiev, Ukraine, Petcube’s founders have, against all odds, designed built and raised money for a radical new interactive device for pets, all from the midst of incredible upheaval in their home country.
From Paris, BlaBlaCar has built a ride-sharing marketplace which has reached into the furthest parts of Europe, scaling its business to 30 million riders a year and counting.
From the UK, Big Health’s Sleep.io service Big Health creates highly personalised medicinal programmes delivered via web and mobile using data collected from personal devices such as the Jawbone UP. The future of health indeed!
From Berlin, ZenMate encrypts users’ internet connection to protect their privacy while browsing – crucial in the age of the NSA and GCHQ…
Based in “The European Union”, Bitstamp based bitcoin marketplace allowing people from all around the world to safely buy and sell bitcoins and is at the forefront of European startups in this space.
Direct from 3 London Cabbies, Hailo is taking on Uber and many others in the fight to become the the world’s transport system.
With founders from London and Zurich, Evrythng plans to connect every product on the planet to the Internet and make it smart.
From London, Swiftkey has change the way people type on smartphones and is even manage to impress the tough to please Apple with its tech.
An idea born in Spain but scaled in London, FarFetch has taken the luxury fashion industry by storm and added to London’s hot-bed of fashion startups.
Working between Paris and Tel Aviv, Kima Ventures now invests in literally hundreds of early stage startups a year. If you need someone to write a cheque, Kima plans to give you a fast yes or no.
From London, CodeClub started out as a simple idea to teach kids to code, but has now spread internationally and is poised to make a real impact on the whole world, not just Europe.
From London, amid incredibly tough competition, Index Ventures has knocked it out of the park in the last year, participating in or leading deals in startups which have produced FIVE BILLION DOLLAR European exits in the last 6 months
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Built in St Petersburg, Russia, and now based, well, “on a plane”, Pavel Durov’s Telegram app has exploded onto the messaging space amassing 35 million users in a matter of months, not long after he left Russia’s Facebook, VKontakte.
SwiftKey was founded by friends Jon Reynolds and Dr Ben Medlock who are Math geniuses and realised they could build an engine which could predict words and phrases as people typed them.
After millions of downloads,
a launch on IOS and raising $22 million, Swiftkey is the latest company that proves you can build a global startup form Europe.