Startup Wise Guys invests up to €100k in 15 startups

The Estonian accelerator Startup Wise Guys has announced its investment of up to €100,000 in 15 SaaS, sustainability, and cybersecurity startups. The program takes place in Bilbao, Spain and lasts three months. Within 6-8 months the startups can also receive follow-up investments.

About Startup Wise Guys

  • Startup Wise Guys accelerator invests in early-stage startups from Estonia and Central European and African regions. It has invested in more than 350 startups and had 13 exits since 2012. The CEO of Startup Wise Guys is Сristobal Аlonso.
  • In May this year, Startup Wise Guys graduated 12 scaleups from its Growth Ukraine program. The chosen scaleups are mostly based in Ukraine, generate over €550,000 in monthly revenue, and have raised more than €2 million in funding.

Freshly selected startups:

  • Birl, the UK-based SaaS startup that has developed a resale solution to allow customers of the brands to trade in previously bought items for meaningful credit on their next purchase.
  • Esgrid, an Estonian SaaS platform that helps European medium-sized companies and financial institutions collect data to assess and improve their ESG performance.
  • Zerow, a B2B marketplace from Italy that allows fashion companies to exchange excess high-quality recovered materials.
  • Foodobox, the Bulgarian startup that helps food business owners reduce food waste by selling surplus through the Foodobox mobile application.
  • Tekpon, the US-based marketplace that helps people find the software for their business. Among its clients are Google, TikTok, HubSpot, Monday.com, and Deel.
  • Seenapse, a Spanish AI-powered assistant that helps teams brainstorm, providing people with hundreds of ideas in minutes.
  • Planet Dataset, a Spain-based company providing a solution that helps eCommerce companies simplify pricing decisions, automate their routine processes, and free up time to spend time with their customers.
  • Break-Event, a Spain-based solution for promoters, bookers, or those who want to organize a venue.
  • Wall ID, the UK’s startup offering a decentralized ID checkout based on verified credentials. The checkout is tied to an individual’s bank account which allows individuals to identify themselves, pay, and checkout just with their bank account in one transaction. 
  • AIManager360 from Germany, a business intelligence platform that identifies all the generative AI use cases of the company.
  • Synapze, a Germany-based AI-powered document processing solution.
  • Block-Auth, a Spanish blockchain-based digital identity authentication software that replaces traditional user credentials like usernames and passwords.
  • Certopus, a solution for creating digital certificates and badges from India.
  • Cloudtainer, a Spain-based solution to protect cargo, which can identify container openings, share information with authorities and the logistics chain, and alert and protect cargo in real-time.
  • Passport.GG, the Estonian tool for gamers with a focus on creating a safer, more productive environment for gamers, particularly minors, and providing valuable tools for parents and educators to engage and protect them.

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