Recently, Cluster ICT Galicia was the host of the second edition of the Cluster ICT Capital Network, which has become the benchmark event for financing Galician start-ups with great notoriety and relevance both on the Spanish and European scene.
This event served as a meeting point for the creators of thirteen ICT projects and Cluster ICT Galicia’s Investors Club. The purpose of the event was to present 13 ideas with the potential to change our daily lives that simply needed the financial backing the guest investors to the CNN 2015 could offer.
The investors, among which are firms such as Altia Consultores, Bahía Software, Clictic, Imatia Innovation, Grupo Itelsis, JDLV Inversores, Plexus and R, listened carefully to each and every one of the 13 projects presented by the Galician start-ups, of which 5 were chosen as finalists:
- Councilbox, whose aim is to the improve work flow of managers and shareholders with a cloud-based technological solution for shareholders meetings and regular meetings, allowing remote participation of attendees assuring legal validity and fully protecting each participant’s rights.
- Domesting, whose objective is to improve work-life balance with an on-line and mobile domestic service booking solution, including cleaning and other services, that simplifies the hiring process of home care professionals.
- NUbINGS, a solution that aims to be a benchmark in IoT (Internet of Things) and under which, via a smartphone security controls, comfort and energy management in the smart home come together.
- TasteLab applies different consulting solutions related to the sensory analysis of food in order to create bonds with consumers. Hence, specialised in the food sector, TasteLab sets its sights on marketing, quality, production and R&D departments.
- Versabotics Technologies, a start-up that adapts, simplifies and accelerates processes in industrial robotics in SMEs leading to a saving of up to 80% of the costs in small business.
Regarding the rest of the projects that weren’t selected on this occasion, they will continue to be observed by the Club, and will be monitored by the investors of the ICT Investors Club who have promised to finance innovative ideas with €50,000 a year.