Czech start-up companies made an impression at the TechCrunch Disrupt EU show in London. The Czechs comprised the biggest national pavilion and gained a number of contacts and concrete offers.
The most significant Czech success was that of Levebee, a start-up which presented its Bee application focused on helping children with reading disabilities. Out of the hundreds of projects presented at the TechCrunch, Levebee’s application was named one of the fifteen best.
The European part of TechCrunch Disrupt took place on 20-21 October 2014. It was preceded by two other TechCrunch events in San Francisco in May and New York in September.
The Czech stand in Great Britain featured cutting-edge firms such as Takeplace, Corinth, HighTech Park, MonkeyData, Phone X Security, MEWS SYSTEMS, Cryptelo, Driwhel, Wayry Ingenio and Audiotrip. CzechInvest also presented its services at the event.
More information is available in the press release issued by the organiser, the ICT Alliance,here.