Every year, we select the absolute top fifteen startups from the Nordics/Baltics, as a part of the Arctic15 conference, which is just around the corner. The first step in the selection process is to see who are the TOP 30 finalists for the pitching competition and get our readers to pitch in, as to who deserves to win the €50 000 investment and other prizes in the Pitching Competition @ Arctic15.
The judges carefully went through an impressive list of applicants from all Nordic/Baltic companies and compiled a list of top 30 to watch, and now we need your help to narrow it down even further. All you need to do is vote below and the most voted (in combination with judges votes) will be invited to Arctic15, to pitch. If you leave your email, you could win a free Arctic15 ticket & our T-shirt. But don’t worry if luck is not on your side this time, you still can get the ticket right away too.
The winning startups will get the chance to pitch to our judges to win the $50.000 investment and other prizes. There will be more than 200 investors attending the conference, and many more potential clients and supporters. Apart from that, the winner startup will join the prestigious league of our previous finalists such as Smarp, Kiosked, The Eye Tribe, Holvi, Transfluent, Infogr.am, Ovelin and Pipedrive.
Here are ArcticStartups Top 30 list of Nordic/Baltic Startups to watch: (In alphabetical order)
AirVision, Lithuania: Providing intelligence from drones and space satellites. Instantly. Already won a contract from Lithuanian ministry of defense.
Authenteq, Iceland: Online biometric passport for us all to prevent online fraud.
CAP Data, Finland: The unknowns in the data hide the most precious gems. CAP Data finds them.
Clanbeat, Estonia: HR tool.
Cozify, Finland: Total smart home solution that is already conquering markets.
Deekit, Estonia: Online whiteboard for teams. Can it get bigger than Slack?
Donkey Republic, Denmark: There are more bicycles than cars over there, so Donkey Republic is the real Uber.
EntoCube , Finland: Saving the world from hunger. Last years TOP 3 finalist.
TalentAdore (Formerly: Equivalentor), Finland: Enabling employer to give fully personalised feedback to job candidates in 10 seconds. Saves 50% on recruitment cost.
Exhibia, Finland: Verified bidding fee auction for Facebook.
Faraday, Finland: “Tinder” service for locally owned cars and renters.
Fragmentic, Latvia: SaaS as a service. Get to the core of your new startup instead of wasting resources building what others have done.
Gizlo, Finland: Give feedback on any business you encounter and get results in return.
inPeak, Lithuania, Health analytics for professionals. Already used by Olympic athletes.
Kontena, Inc., Finland: Container management platform that devs and ops love to use.
Luuva, Finland: Crowdfunded stock market decisions at your fingertips.
Marina Ahoy Ltd, Estonia: Self-service for harbors and marina’s.
Medigoo, Finland: Soon, medical progress will replace doctors. Medigoo is getting us one step closer.
Noiseless Acoustics Oy, Finland: Making sound visible. You heard us.
Palleter, Estonia: Matchmaking service for cargo and free-space in trucks.
Pleo, Denmark: Business spending solution. Offering smart payment cards for employees to buy office supply and keep accounting costs down.
Proximi.io, Finland: Unified API to all mobile positioning technologies.
QUANTURI Ltd, Finland: Saving farms hundreds of thousands of EUR’s with a simple and affordable device.
Shipitwise, Estonia: Ship anything, anywhere – cheaper and more conveniently.
SIDEWALK, Lithuania: Automated city delivery robot. Baltics seem to be good at robots the past few years.
Siren Care, Denmark: Diabetics will never be in danger again thanks to this temperature sensing sock.
Skillific, Estonia: AI for headhunting. Current customers include Elisa, Transferwise and Danske Bank.
Sportlyzer, Estonia: Team management software for youth and amateur sports. Already used by 15,000 sport clubs.
Streamr Oy, Finland: Cloud-based platform for easy automation of real-time streaming data.
Tebo, Estonia: Learning and content generation for teachers. Used by 20% of all Estonian teachers already.