News: 8 EIC-funded companies will pitch their tech solutions at the e-pitching event organised by Dealflow.eu
Together with the European Commission, Dealflow.eu will host an e-pitching event on 4 March 2021, showcasing some of the most promising European start-ups from the tech sector. 8 EIC-funded SMEs will have the opportunity to showcase their innovations, attract the attention of investors, and convince them of their merits for their next financing rounds. Willing to know more? Then join the Digital Technology e-Pitching event!
The e-pitching on digital technology will take place online, on 4 March 2021, from 3h to 5h PM (CET). At the event, selected early-stage companies from the tech sector will have 8 minutes to pitch in front of investors, followed by 4 minutes to Q&A. All participating start-ups were selected from the large portfolio of companies that have received R&D funding from the European Commission and that have developed innovations in the field of digital technology including the domains of AI, ML, and Big Data. The selection was supported by the European Commission’s Innovation Radar, which enabled Dealflow.eu to review all research projects and their latest progress.
If you are interested in joining the event, you can sign-up here.
Meet the eight EIC-funded companies pitching at the event:
Cubbit is the first cloud provider that does not store users’ files in centralized, proprietary data centers. Instead, the company’s distributed technology offers to users the opportunity to store data in a 100% private and secure cloud space which avoids 40,000kg of CO2 emissions each year (per PB stored). The Italian start-up has raised €3.3M from multiple investors and grants and counts Techstars and Barclays amongst its global partners.
Goava is an Insight Tool for B2B Salespeople. Instead of wasting time finding interesting companies, Goava helps B2B sales organisations to prioritize. The start-up delivers high quality 360-degree sales intelligence insights to help B2B sales organizations stay competitive. Goava's benefits include increasing clients’ addressable market, helping businesses find opportunities that they didn’t know existed and making deals they otherwise wouldn’t. It helps them increase generated revenue and improve efficiency.
Fellow Pay gives B2B SMEs control over their payments. The Danish startup created CreditStretcher - a fully automatic financing solution, that allows instant invoice payment and up to 60 days of credit stretching based on invoices. The credit rating is based on the invoice receiver (usually larger and more creditworthy), favouring SMEs (smaller, less creditworthy). By adding insurance to cover risk and automation to lower transaction costs, SMEs can now get credit with a simple online process.
SMOWL is a practical and reliable solution for online user identification and monitoring. It consists in a new cyber-security service covering the need for a continuous, automatic, and scalable authentication of online user’s identity and monitoring. The technology, based on continuous automatic facial, voice and keystroke recognition, can be applied to numerous sectors.
R3 is a German software company whose goal is to fix that, making wireless as effective as wires. The company develops Wi-Fi-based ultra-reliable low latency communications (URLLC) technology to meet the highest industrial requirements. Their patented solution EchoRing is a deterministic and decentralized wireless network that delivers cable-like reliability and performance, representing a keystone technology for IoT and Industry 4.0.
Plytix is the all-in-one Product Information Management platform for Omnichannel Marketing. Unlike all other web analytics tools, Plytix tracks product performance (not sites) directly and across websites – thereby bringing more value/insights for each given product. Plytix Analytics enables users to extract valuable insights that allows them to optimize prices, make better marketing decisions and design better products, optimize inventory to prevent stock-out and prevents online parallel import.
Liopa is a spin-out from Queen’s University Belfast and the Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT). The company developed a Visual Speech Recognition (VSR) technology, which deciphers speech through video by analysing discrete lip movements. The VSR technology is the product of over 50 man-years of research and utilises a combination of highly innovative techniques to track & extract speaker lip movements and an AI-Engine that combines a number of state-of-the-art modelling techniques and Deep Neural Networks to derive the words spoken by the subject.
Transmetrics is a Bulgarian company whose mission is to improve the efficiency within the cargo transport industry using big data and artificial intelligence. The company combines the strengths of humans with those of AI, ensuring the highest operational benefits, and reducing the environmental impact of logistics. Transmetrics has developed a unique approach for analysing, modelling, and predicting transport flows with very high accuracy.
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