Ten Bulgarian startups coming to Dublin for Web Summit

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We have ten of Bulgaria’s most promising early-stage companies coming to Web Summit in November.

Microsoft, IBM, and Hewlett-Packard continue to grow their operations in Bulgaria, while it’s expected the country’s tech sector is set to reach a record-high contribution to Bulgaria’s GDP

Let’s take a look at the Bulgarian startups coming to Web Summit looking to emulate the success of Telerik, recently acquired for $262.5 million:

Cadia Startup Exchange

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Cadia Startup Exchange was founded by Jure Valant and employs seven people in their Sofia HQ.

It’s the world’s first equity crowdfunding platform with a 24/7 secondary market for startups, SMEs and unaccredited investors.

The Exchange provides startups with real-time business valuation, allowing them to constantly track performance.

mishmash I/O

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Mishmash I/O say the future of digital business is data. They also say the future of data is mishmash I/O.

They enable businesses to use data to improve efficiency and help companies build their own algorithms to automate their businesses.

This startup was founded by Andrey Rusev and Yasen Jivkov.

NetIX Communications

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NetIX Communications provide an open platform to help connect business partners and end customers more efficiently.

Founded in 2012, NetIX Communications was this year named Best Startup Business by Forbes Bulgaria.

Here’s seven more Bulgarian startups coming to Dublin:

Moveltix OOD



Barouh and Partners

Virgin Group Bulgaria

Dill Ventures

Tickey Mobile Solutions

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