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Second place was won by CEMPIA , Indian-Malaysian startup, which collects and processes patient´s feedback, experience and complaints from their stays not only in the hospitals but also from senior citizens homes, spas, clinics and rehabilitation centers in order to improve the services and therefore to achieve full patient´s satisfaction. CEMPIA stands for the Customers Experience Management Platforms for Insights and Actions. And the 3rd place was awarded to Slovak startup, Smartrecord app, which facilitates life and work to many professionals via covering complex audio and transcription services.
DEXIC Accelerator in its 4-weeks duration brought together to Liberec various startups, not only from the Czech Republic and Slovakia but also from Malaysia. We received applications from Europe and more distanced parts of the world such as India, Malaysia, Russia, and Colombia, the best 7 of them were the chosen ones. Promising and determined startups have been granted the opportunity, provided by the main organized DEX Innovation Centre, to improve and elaborate on their existing business ideas and products in order to boost up their presentation skills and to attract the investors in only 4-minutes long PITCH - #DEMODAY contest.
“Many promising startups with international ambition met here over the last 4 weeks” said Petr Soukeník from Whalebone and added that their team now focuses on expansion in central Europe and to the United Kingdom. “I am so happy that I came here. I met friends here, I have learnt so much about the European market, and how the CEMPIA can have its place and role in it,” Anupam Chatterjee, CEO of CEMPIA, 2nd winning startup.
The jury panel was composed of the international professionals covering all the evaluated criteria - Jure Verhovnik from Institute for Entrepreneurship Research; Evgeny Frolov, Ambassador of Seedstars in the Czech Republic; József Törok, Széchenyi Venture Capital Fund Management and Jan Kubalik, DEX Innovation Centre.
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The project is co-funded by the European Union funds (ERDF, IPA).