The beautiful city of Budva, Montenegro was host to the Spark.me conference happening on 31 May – 1 June, and among different amazing speakers, we got the chance to see some interesting startups pitching on the first day of the event.
Below you can find the Spark.me pitches
Coprix Media – Coprix Media is based in Serbia and is focused on gamifying science, through a simple game, which is data-driven, scientifically based, tested and approved certified learning system. COPRIX media has also been part of the Bulgarian Fund Eleven.
Cuckuu -A refreshing mix of alarms, reminders and awesomeness, all in one app. That’s the tagline used by Cuckuu, which utilities a social interaction with to make reminders more fun and more social.
Pippion – When you think of pigeons and who fancies them, you never think of an app or something digital. But that’s not what the guys behind Pippion think. They’ve managed to create an online basis for pigeon fanciers who can find lost pigeon, who want to sell or who wants to keep records of all pigeons they own. There’s also some other features like hatching and pairing, auctions and of course there’s an app as well for Play Store.
Brides2bride – Brides2Bride is a tool that helps people organise weddings in a hassleÂ free way, providing many options at once, like communication, guest list, organising tools, etc. It’s still in beta testing, so magic of helping people organise weddings is almost ready to be launched in the market.
Adrenalyn Map – A startup which offers a map with tracks & spots for various extreme sports all around the world.
BudoFinder – Budo Finder is a community network for people who want to share and discover martial arts events and clubs around the world online or from a mobile phone.
Knowbook – Thinking of providingÂ educational materials in a faster way and more simpler way, Knowbook aims to make the process of learning a better pleasure through something they call smart courses.
Aria Pos – Aria POS is an online POS software for independent bars and pubs that increases number of orders during rush hours. In Aria POS, both interface and software logic are defined by waiters and managers. It lets waiters use mobile ordering at its best, with any number of devices at no extra cost! It even allows guests to order even without a waiter.
Challenge Zone – The last startup to pitch at Spark.me, was Challenge Zone from Montenegro. What they do is a gamificated and socially responsible marketing platform that allows user to challenge anyone to do anything and anywhere in the world. You can create a challenge for free or utilise the other paid models like for participating in a public challenge and challenging 15 friends or sponsor which creates the possibility for you to create challenges.