A startup from Poland won the Spotlight competition dedicated to small businesses, organized on the sidelines of the How to Web international conference, organized for two days in Bucharest, inform the organizers in a press release sent to AGERPRES on Friday.
Now at its 11th edition, the How to Web conference brought together the ecosystem of entrepreneurship and innovation, and over 70 global experts from companies such as UiPath, Google, Bitdefender, Product Culture, Pendo.io took to the three stages arranged to reveal the practices by which they brought maximum results within these companies.
The fourth stage of the event was dedicated to startups, which had the opportunity to present their products and innovative solutions through the Orange Fab Demo Day, Startup Wise Guys or Spotlight programs.
According to the organizers, Spotlight – the competition dedicated to early-stage startups, took place on the second day of the event, with 23 start-ups from Europe competing for the investment prize of 465,000 euros: Eyelet, Hyperjob, Synaptiq, Fagura, Avo Cool, GuidefAI, Braight Technologies, Directimo, INKI.TECH, Licenseware, MediNav, Getpin, Bloomcoding, Beesers, SOLO Fintech, Adapta Robotics & Engineering, Proofminder, Avokaado, InRento, Holoma , Hyperhuman, INPUT SOFT and Gorilla Link.
After intense presentation and judging sessions on stage, the winner of the grand prize was the Polish start-up Bright Technologies, with an advanced tech solution that helps businesses better understand their customers.
„The theme of the conference „It’s Time to Build” was integral to the entire event, with the aim of reminding the participants of the speed and efficiency with which we can build successful products, teams or businesses, if we use the right resources. Every year, How to Web aims to bring all these resources together: international quality content, experts, founders and investors from all over the world and a community of people willing to change the future. After a successful edition, the organizers are already preparing for the 2023 edition of the event, also launching the first series of tickets, in limited numbers: https://www.howtoweb.co/,” the cited press release states.
Initiated in 2009, out of the desire to provide access to learning and networking opportunities for the community of tech and entrepreneurship professionals, How to Web quickly became one of the most influential events in Eastern Europe.