10 innovative Wroclaw-based startups that make it an emerging tech hub

Wroclaw is definitely one of the prominent tech startup ecosystems in Europe that deserves your attention. And, here are 10 innovative tech startups based in Wroclaw right now.

Infermedica

Founder/s: Irving Loh, Roberto Sicconi, Piotr Orzechowski
Founded year: 2012
Funding: €13.1M

Polish healthtech startup Infermedica offers an AI-driven platform for preliminary diagnosis and triage. It aids patient care and healthcare service delivery. The platform combines the expertise of doctors with its own algorithms to provide symptom triage and the necessary advice to patients. It also works with insurance companies, health systems, and telemedicine companies that intend to provide digitally delivered symptom checks.

XTPL

Founder/s: Sebastian Mlodzinski, Filip Granek
Founded year: 2015
Funding: €9M

XTPL, “Extremely Thin Printed Lines” has developed a manufacturing technology that will be used to print electronics. Its technology produces structures that are tiny and several hundred times thinner than that of a human hair. Currently, XTPL’s printing technology and nanoinks are able to render both conductive and non-conductive structures on the individual micron scale, between 1 and 8 micrometres. These are used for the development of displays and semiconductors and precise repairs.

Piwik PRO

Founder/s: Maciej Zawadzinski, Matthieu Aubry, Piotr Korzeniowski
Founded year: 2013
Funding: €2M

Piwik PRO is an analytics and customer data platform tailored to meet the individual needs of enterprise clients. Its products are deployed in both on-premises and cloud versions. According to the company, its products adhere to the strictest privacy and security regulations and ensures its partners retain full data ownership. Notably, the Piwik PRO Analytics Suite consists of analytics, tag manager, customer data platform, and consent manager.

ChallengeRocket

Founder/s: Tomasz Florczak
Founded year: 2016
Funding: €636k

ChallengeRocket develops an AI technology to observe coding candidates and assess them sans human intervention. This AI-powered recruitment platform claims to make the process more effective, fun, and fair by reaching hidden talents with programming challenges. With its online engineering and programming challenges, it helps brands to discover and recruit candidates for tech positions, as well as monitor and practice coding skills.

Datarino

Founder/s: Edward Mężyk
Founded year: 2013
Funding: €2.2M

Wrocław-based Datarino is the creator of a platform called Cluify. This platform lets advertisers obtain the list of Advertisement ID (advertisement identifications) of any potential customer group depending on the geographic and behavioral criteria. This lets brands reach new audiences including the clients of competitors’ retail stores, attendees of a sports event, visitors of restaurants, and people who have visited a specific location at a given time. Cluify claims to allow merchants to know their shoppers’ in-store behavior and reach people who don’t visit it but pass their shop.

Proxigroup

Founder/s: Alex Sekowska, Anna Oplatek, Curtis Shull, Joseph McGarrity
Founded year: 2016
Funding: €1.1M

ProxiGroup transcends RFID tracking, surveillance and managing. This is possible by providing actionable intelligence IoT software for faster and effective RFID solutions in the Internet of Things (IoT) landscape. The company delivers clouds software solutions that pave the way to effective and inexpensive deployment and management of IoT asset tracking systems exploiting live and actionable big data analytics.

LiveChat

Founder/s: Maciej Jarzebowski, Mariusz Cieply, Szymon Klimczak
Founded year: 2002
Funding: NA

LiveChat provides live chat software with help desk features. The company delivers real-time software and web analytics solutions for e-commerce sales as well as support teams. It offers simple communication between e-commerce owners and their best prospects on their websites and improves the online sales process. LiveChat serves nearly 16,000 companies in carrying out their daily duties.

Reactivepad

Founder/s: Marek Baranowski, Jędrzej Urbański
Founded year: 2019
Funding: €114k

Reactivepad is an online collaborative text editor that lets you put calculations directly inside your textual narrative. For instance, it is something like a combination of MS Word and MS Excel. With this company, it is possible to create smart and reactive data-driven documents that are almost like apps. It is available for plugins for MS Word, Google Docs, WordPress, Atlassian, and more.

drivebox

Founder/s: Grzegorz Janaś
Founded year: 2017
Funding: NA

drivebox is an easy easy way to turn your car into a safe and smart car. The company’s mission is to increase safety on roads. Drivebox improves the safety of drivers and vehicles on road with the ability to create light, mobile and affordable solutions for passenger cars. What makes Drivebox interesting is that there is no installation costs and contract. And, it is ideal for the end customers and SMEs and covers 100% of fleet management needs at almost half the cost.

Turtle Rover

Founder/s: Aleksander Dziopa, Julia Dzwończyk, Marcin Twardak, Szymon Dzwończyk
Founded year: 2017
Funding: €105k

Turtle is for AI, robotics, and autonomous driving enthusiasts struggling with prototyping their ideas and concepts. Turtle is an open-source project giving developers, researchers and users all the necessary tools that they need to accelerate the process of building MVPs (Minimum Viable Product), PoCs (Proof of Concept) and even the tailored solutions. The company provides both a robust plug and play rover base, and a web-platform to share your ideas and find people to cooperate. Turtle aims not to focus only on the technology, but on the implementation of robotics in real-life use cases.

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