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Startup Wise Guys’ BusinessTech accelerator introduces its autumn 2014 batch

Four months after announcing the new BusinessTech programme, Startup Wise Guys have released the new list of tech startups participating in their autumn 2014 batch in Tallinn, Estonia.

The B2B accelerator officially kicked off with an event held at their new office in the old town, which was sponsored by UK Trade & Investment (UKTI), MashMachine and Saku. Their new batch of startups is fully international, with eight of the ten teams being from South Africa, Argentina, India, Serbia, Greece, Belarus, Ukraine, Russia.

As Calum Cameron, the new Managing Firector at Startup Wise Guys said: “We are excited to see how the new programme develops. Even with a focus on business to business sales we have diversity in the programme. Some of our companies have yet to launch their product, while others have over 800k monthly users.”

Here is the full list of autumn 2014 companies:

  • MetricsCat.com: Mobile app store analytics and insights
  • HeySuccess.com: A global hub for all student opportunities
  • ITT: A SaaS product to manage social license compliance for mining companies
  • ChangeAgain.Me: A/B testing for startups integrated with Google Analytics
  • Wisboo: A platform for small and medium businesses to create online education portals
  • Contentivo: A marketing platform for companies to create and publish content
  • Investly: A crowdfinancing platform for SMEs
  • PromoRepublic: An everyday marketing platform for SMEs
  • Wamager: An online software to manage construction resources
  • PepperTix: A promotion tool for event organisers

(Update – May 2023: Some of startups seem to be no longer in business under these websites, and we therefore deactivated the original links).

Overall, Startup Wise Guys has 34 portfolio companies from 23 countries. The most recent successes cover three B2B portfolio companies that raised together over $2 million in the first quarter of 2014: Cloutex (data integration and synchronisation for SaaS services); Monolith (analytics for real-life retail stores); and Vitalfields (data gathering and analysis for farmers).

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Marko Srsan
Marko Srsan
founder @TimePrepCFA, blogger interested in startups and VC along with social media and project management, a drummer and a passionate FC Bayern Munchen fan :)

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