Startups

Get to know the most exciting startups of the Balkans, from Kosovo, Albania, Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro, Bulgaria and more.

Startups awarded 2 million at a pitch competition in Belgrade

The winner of this year’s edition of Catch 2016 pitch competition

NUMA Barcelona, a new acceleration program is open for applications

NUMA Barcelona is a French investment fund that invests at least € 30,000 in startups

A new ride-sharing app launches in Kosovo

Traffic congestion is a huge problem even for the youngest nation in Europe, Kosovo. With a population of around 1.8 million, there are more than 300,000 registered cars

Entrepreneurs Dilemma: Work, Friends, Family, Sleep or Fitness!

Mark Zuckerberg’s sibling, Randi Zuckerberg has tweeted in 2011 about the entrepreneur’s dilemma, which according

GoDaddy acquires ManageWP from Serbia

Internet domain name registrar and web hosting company GoDaddy has acquired ManageWP from Serbia, a platform that lets users manage multiple websites from a single dashboard.

SC Ventures invests €100k in a Macedonian startup

South Central Ventures, a € 40 million fund dedicated to tech companies in the Balkans, has made the first-ever VC investment in Macedonia.

How to validate your startup idea

You have these many ideas in your head but you don’t know if customers would like them or not. How to validate a business idea?

6 Albanian startups to watch

A couple of days ago we shared a story about 7 Kosovo Startups to Watch, which created a lot of noise around the community and led to dozens of requests

South Central Ventures Invests 1 Million € In Agrivi

South Central Ventures has announced an investment in Agrivi, a global ag-tech company with the vision to change the way food is produced and make a positive impact on more than 1 billion …

7 Kosovo startups to watch

Proficiency in English, fast internet connection, young and enthusiastic people, close location to Western European capitals, VAT free operations for companies offering outsourcing services and commitment from the government to further improving business conditions are the factors that make