Czech Republic

Czech it Out: 8 Czech Startups Coming to Web Summit

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Is the Czech Republic the Silicon Valley of Eastern Europe? Perhaps. CNBC has argued its case, citing its educated and creative workforce as a driving force.

A number of Czech startups have been chosen for Alpha and will be exhibiting at Web Summit. Let’s take a look at a few…



Photographers looking for the perfect shot in an unfamiliar location should look at their phone before they look through the camera lens. Fripito is an app which contains travel guides written by local photographers. The app contains insights into the best spots for the best shots. Users can comment on the travel guides, ensuring that they never go out of date.


Techloop is an online recruitment website especially for software developers. It puts the power in the job-seeker’s hands, since they remain anonymous up until they agree to an interview. Best of all, developers receive a $1,000 bonus when they accept their new job.

Myia Systems

Businesses with WiFi for customers can add value by offering Myia. Myia is a unique social network that connects people on the same WiFi network. This gives customers the option to ask for recommendations, help or just chat with others close by.

And those aren’t the only Czech startups coming to Dublin in November. We’ve also got:


IT Lab Czech



Virtual Human Technologies

Want to exhibit at Europe’s hottest tech conference? Apply to Alpha.

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