Romanian startup KeenSkim is one of the first 11 startups to attend the Bulgarian accelerator Eleven. Read on to find more about KeenSkim – how its founder chose the “startup way”, how the product was created and a few details about the Eleven experience so far, mostly in founder Tudor Vlad‘s words.
How do you discover your server’s vulnerabilities before they come to byte you? Romanian startup HackaServer comes with a great solution, helping admins get their servers tested for vulnerabilities by a community of the most talented hackers.
123ContactForm is a company based in Timisoara, Romania, offering a platform for easily creating web forms. We’ve used 123ContactForm for our feedback forms at the 2010 and 2011 How to Web conferences and we were thrilled by the product’s usability.
Developed by Florin Cornianu and Tudor Bastea, 123contactform isn’t exactly swimming in clear waters. With competitors like Google Forms or SurveyMonkey, it’s not easy to develop a new product and gain your share of the market.
“Nexi demonstrated their strong technical knowledge with a clear focus on what they are currently building. The selection committee saw great potential in their current product and several ways to develop what they have as a business. Rockstart Accelerator believes that with the right mentorship, Nexi will be very successful with their new approach dealing with a well-known issue“.
Following the accomplishments of Romanian startups Summify (who he had invested in and was recently bought by Twitter) and SunnyTrail (who recently graduated the GrowLab accelerator), Boris Wertz visited Bucharest last month to meet the local tech entrepreneurial scene.
During the “Acelerate your startup with GrowLab” event, local startups were offered the opportunity to deliver 1-minute pitches and receive Boris’s feedback.