Six Russian startups presented their projects at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin
Six startups from Russia for the first time presented their projects to international investors under the national flag at the TechCrunch Disrupt European technology conference. The startup pavilion was organized by the Russian-German Chamber of Commerce, the Kirov Plant and the Neuronet industry union with the support of the Agency for Strategic Initiatives (ASI).
Among the winners who successfully passed the Russian stage of selection of startups and selected from more than 150 applicants:
- Agroworld.trade -- an international platform for trading in agricultural products.
- AirCloud - workplace virtualization
- Dowell - deep fake technology for the film and advertising industries
- Fieldbit - AR platform for industrialists
- MD Audit - business process assessment checklists
- Yorso -- the system for management of fish and seafood supply chains
“We strive to support Russian technology startups with export potential and Disrupt Berlin is a good“ entry point ”for domestic companies to European markets,” said Nikita Golubev, Project Director for ASI's New Business. - We see how important it is for Russian companies to integrate into the international venture and technology community. Next year weare going to to continue a series of such trips by Russian startups for their integration into international business”.
Project leaders received tickets for participants at all events of the Disrupt Berlin conference, a Startup Alley booth, and networking. “In two days I managed to communicate with a dozen useful conference participants: European funds, potential partners from different countries, to consult with venture investors not only about product development, but also about the company's development strategy,” Maria Chmir, CEO of Dowell, said.
“We are closely monitoring Russian startups and greatly appreciate their technological expertise. We see that there are teams with great potential and we are ready to support them, share our experience in exporting technologies with them. Many Russian startups can safely compete with European and American teams, we believe in them and are ready to support their development abroad, to be their strategic partner,” Oleg Bochtarev, head of innovation development at Kirovsky Zavod, said.