Startupbootcamp E-commerce Reveals Its Ten Startups

Amsterdam - 10 September 2015

The 10 E-commerce startups joining the 2015 batch revealed

Joining teams will receive up to 100K through a convertible note fund

The startups joining Startupbootcamp E-commerce accelerator program 2015 has been revealed. With record applications exceeding 700 from over 50 countries, 10 startups were selected at the Final Selection Days. Taking place  8-9 September 2015, the event saw 20 teams pitch to win a spot in the competitive program after two days of intense final selection process. A diverse group of startups ranging from Analytics, AdTech, Payments, Omnichannel, MarTech, Marketplaces and Retail and Commerce solutions were chosen to take part in the 3-month program.

The innovative startups entering the Startupbootcamp accelerator program will be accelerated, in just three months and with the help of more than 150 mentors, to present themselves to a roomful of investors during Demo Day on 22  January 2016.

Startupbootcamp annually helps hundreds of E-commerce startups worldwide but only selects 10 startups to enter the program. Of the companies in the Amsterdam programs 96% of the accelerated companies are still active. Since the first program started in Amsterdam in 2012, the average funding raised by a startup is approximately €500.000.

Sal Matteis, Managing Director of Startupbootcamp E-commerce said: “We travelled around the world to find the best E-commerce startups and received record applications from over 50 countries. We’re proud to have accepted the top 1% of E-commerce startups to join us.”

Extra funding
As first of its kind in the Netherlands, Startupbootcamp launched a convertible note fund for the 2015 E-commerce program. The scheme, created to support each of the 10 startups accepted to the next Startupbootcamp E-commerce program, will inject between €50,000 - €100,000 through a convertible note in addition to the existing €15,000 seed investment. According to Startupbootcamp’s Co-Founder, Patrick de Zeeuw, the scheme will give startups within the program greater flexibility and the ability to focus on other parts of their business.

The ten selected startups of the Startupbootcamp E-commerce Program come from six different countries. of which five are from The Netherlands:

24sessions (The Netherlands): Advice made simple. The global online platform for live expert advice.

Clickly (Portugal): Making media content customisable and interactive, increasing revenue and traffic.

CrazyLister (Israel): Amazingly simple web-based design software for everything concerning eCommerce.

Dashmote (The Netherlands): Dashmote bundles the stock image providers to empower users to search, compare and buy images from multiple providers in one platform.

LiateR (Greece): An interactive sales solution for brands and retailers in the apparel and accessories market, bringing 3D digital experiences to offline stores 24 hours per day.

Moneylink (The Netherlands): Your personal one-product webshop. A moneylink is a one click payment process allowing consumers to sell widgets to other consumers directly.

ShopAds (The Netherlands): A retail-centric advertising model which enables retailers to monetize their traffic through advertising, without loss of traffic and conversion.

Skace (Czech Republic): SKACE is a simple yet powerful tool to review, motivate & coach employees frequently and instantly. Re-invented performance management.

StoreGecko (UK): Democratising 'Product & Channel Information Management' for small and large eCommerce stores.

TryLikes (The Netherlands): Easily measure the opinion of your customers. Our technology collect answers on questions, analyses and compares the results.

The selected teams will be moving to Amsterdam  in October when the 3-month program officially starts.

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