Nov 18, 2014 Joanna Mehtälä
During the past three months, Slush World has been touring the globe to hear the ideas of local startups. We chose 21 winning companies who were offered the chance to participate in Slush 2014. Here they come – feel free to reach out to them!
1. Siren Tech
Emosmarter is a search engine that learns our emotional reactions to daily life and suggest the most efficient choices to help us feel better.
The world’s most advanced Bitcoin derivatives exchange service.
On-demand translation for your localization projects.
Bridge is a free call service that lets you make calls without launching its app.
Tradiio is a music discovery game that connects streaming to the real world.
Sciencebite is the online marketplace for freelance experts in Research and Development (R&D).
7. Imona Cloud
Imona Cloud is a marketplace serving business app to SMEs that helps improve operational efficiency and cut costs by embracing cloud computing.
Isencore makes it easy to test the viability of your CAD designs so that you can focus on making your ideas come to life.
Onestop platform for operational, marketing and management tools for Restaurants
Capy enables you to protect your website from unauthorized logins and identity theft.
Find salon services – hair, spas, massages, nails, hair removal and more – and make confirmed appointments in 3 easy steps.
13. Lobster IT Limited
Lobster is a marketplace that connects users of Instagram and Flickr (more to come!) and those who want to legally use their photos and videos.
Cybreed creates innovative products for aqua- and agriculture industries.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Junkbot is a DIY hardware kit which helps children create their own working robots from unwanted junk.
A timeline-based animation editor for the web.
17. Wash Box 24
Wash Box 24 provides easy-to-use laundry service which solves the problem of inconvenient opening hours and locations of traditional laundry stores.
18. Monkey Tie
Monkey-Tie offers a recruitment website that takes into account not only your skills, but your personality, too.
Girnaas has built the first local Qatari mobile game, Giddam.
Visitret Displays is developing a novel technology for low power, sunlight readable, large size and outdoor suitable displays.
21. Surf Labs, Inc.
New York, USA
Surf Labs builds mobile apps that are transforming the way people discover each other and meet in person today.
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