Discoperi successfully finished Startupbootcamp Commerce Acceleration program in Amsterdam

Amsterdam, 30 May 2019Startupbootcamp Amsterdam, the leading global startup growth program organized its Commerce Accelerator Demo Day on the 28th of May 2019. Twelve startups, with founders from 9 different nationalities (Netherlands, Italy, UK, Finland, Germany, Ukraine, and Brazil amongst others), pitched the results of the three months of acceleration to an audience of 250 commerce experts, investors and corporate partners at the headquarters of Rabobank in Utrecht. So far, the startups already raised commitments of more than 1 million euro during the program.

The journey of the 12 teams started in February when they were selected out of 417 applicants worldwide from 51 countries. Throughout the program in Amsterdam, the teams were mentored by a network of leading executives and investors, and received support from Startupbootcamp Commerce program partners, such as AWS, PwC, America Today, Capgemini, Ingenico, Typeqast, and Rabobank, as well as exposure at the major conferences – The Next Web Amsterdam and VivaTech Paris.

Discoperi successfully finished the program. The final of the program was a Demo Day, where together with other 11 startups, participating in the program, Discoperi showcased its vision on automotive industry future and presented System Eye device. As a results of the performance, Discoperi received several requests from the leading international transportation groups and several tech partners.

Alex Bondarenko, Founder & Chairman of Discoperi, said about the program: “It has been a real pleasure and great value, obtained during the program. We managed to spur our business activity in the region and currently have 15 proof-of-concept planned for later this or beginning of the next year. We managed to build relationships with our future investors. SBC was very supportive and we highly recommend other startups to join it in the future.”


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