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5 Austrian startups to look out for in 2015

Austria is not only home to the awesome tech event Pioneers Festival, but also to a large number of successful startups. In the beginning of this year, we took a look at the Austrian scene and tried to come up … Continue reading

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VC Fiedler Capital and UK’s Oxygen Accelerator exclusive programme for CEE startups Announced

For the first time ever, Fiedler Capital, a Central and Eastern European VC and Oxygen Accelerator in the UK have partnered to make an entire cohort exclusively of Eastern European and Baltic startups. Oxygen, based in in Birmingham UK, and the … Continue reading

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Group tour platform TourRadar secures $500k in angel funding

As a result of Austria’s version of “Dragon’s Den”, a TV show linking investors and startups, to foster the startup ecosystem, TourRadar just closed a second round of funding. In this current round, that closed in at $500,000 at a $4.5m … Continue reading

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Austrian startup Socialspiel secures investment from Tokyo-based free-to-play games giant Nexon

Nexon, an international leader in free-to-play online games, today announced a strategic partnership with Socialspiel – a Vienna-based social and mobile game development studio. Led by industry veterans Mike Borras and Helmut Hutterer, Socialspiel is a highly-acclaimed European game development startup … Continue reading

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The Austrian Startup Report 2013 by Speed Invest

By the end of last month, Speed Invest published “The Austrian Startup Report”. The report is an ongoing joint research project to structure data about the development of the growing startup community in Austria. Check it out:

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Socialspiel announces angel investment and new CEO

Socialspiel, a social and mobile games startup based in Vienna, Austria today announced a six-figure angel round led by FLOOR13, and joined by Austrian & US games industry veterans Clemens Beer and Mike Borras. In conjunction with the financing, Beer, previously a Lead Developer … Continue reading

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Former CEO of Rockstar Games Vienna joins Socialspiel

Former Rockstar Games Vienna Chief Executive Dr. Niki Laber joins the Vienna-based social games developer Socialspiel – managing day to day Business and Corporate Development. Dr. Laber founded Neo Software in 1993 and after it was acquired by Take-Two Interactive and Rockstar Games in … Continue reading

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Worth reading: Blink Booking, Badoo, Archify, HeyCrowd

There are so many interesting stories out there and unfortunately we don’t have the time to cover all of them. With our section “Worth reading” we provide you (once in a while) with some links to interesting articles of other … Continue reading

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Digital life aggregator Soup.me receives $530K

Soup.me, a Vienna based startup which was formerly known as Soup.io, just received $530,000 in angel funding from SpeedInvest. The invite only soup.me offers a platform for building rich media and personal expression with simple but sophisticated online design tools. … Continue reading

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Skrill announces acquisition of the just started payolution

Skrill, one of Europe’s largest online payments providers, operating under the Moneybookers brand, has just announced that it has completed the acquisition of payolution, the Vienna based payment startup. Skrill acquires 100% of the share capital of payolution for an … Continue reading

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