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11th May 2017

Shortlist for White Bull Summits’ 2017 Bully Awards announced

White Bull Summits, producers of Europe’s exclusive technology entrepreneur and investment summits, Pathways, has today announced the 60 finalists for this year’s Bully Awards, recognising outstanding European startups. The finalists were shortlisted based on excellence in product innovation, leadership and performance, growth and growth potential.

The winners of this year’s Bully Awards will be selected by a panel of high profile judges, including successful entrepreneurs, media and investors and will be announced at an awards ceremony at White Bull Summits’ seventh annual Pathways event in Barcelona on June 7th 2017. The finalists will also be given the opportunity to showcase their visions at the conference, which brings together top European entrepreneurs from all stages of business, with global investors and big brands. The two and a half day programme is designed to encourage meaningful engagement, while opening European innovation up to a global playing field.

Elizabeth Perry, Co-founder and Creative Director of White Bull Summits, said: “Once again we’ve been delighted with the standard of entries and overwhelming interest to this year’s Bully Awards. Our 2017 finalists emphasise the huge amount of entrepreneurial talent coming out of Europe, and it’s even more exciting to witness a new evolution of technology businesses step into the spotlight year-on-year.

“Three-quarters of the companies that have been through Pathways have gone on to be more successful. They’ve forged partnerships, completed acquisitions and raised billions of dollars in funding. We look forward to building on this success in 2017, welcoming back those that have already benefitted from the community and showcasing the emerging talents that can help spur on Europe’s innovation scene.”

The full 2017 Bully Awards Finalists

Yearlings: firms that seek or have received angel/ seed rounds or equivalent; classic start-ups
Adictik – Spain
Authentiq – Netherlands
BroadBit Batteries – Finland
Dreams Nordic AB – Sweden
Fliffr – Sweden
Freedrum AB – Sweden
Idka AB – Sweden
Jack Media – Belgium
ManoMotion – Sweden
Matspar.se – Sweden
Moggie – Spain
Newsreps – Sweden
PushApps – Israel
SafeToNet – United Kingdom
Sceenic– United Kingdom
Sherpa – Spain
Just Sherpa – Malta
Tracy Trackers AB – Sweden
XIOS/3 – Sweden
Z-Instruments Oy – Finland

YoungBulls: firms that seek or have received Series A financing; early stage companies
AdventureBox – Sweden
Airfill Prepaid AB – Sweden
Atta – Spain
BEAD – Turkey
BuildSafe – Sweden
ByHours.com – Sweden
Claned Group – Finland
Currency Alliance – Spain
Datapath.io – Germany
Donkey Republic – Denmark
Dramatify – Sweden
Entranet – Greece
Go Find it Technologies SA – Spain
iFoodbag AB – Sweden
iNovar EMEA Limited – United Kingdom
Meniga – Iceland
Mint Labs – Spain
Oval Sound – Spain
Qasa – Sweden
Racefox – Sweden
Sound Dimension AB – Sweden
Soundtrap – Sweden
Spotahome – Spain
Squirro – Switzerland
STOCKAGE PLUS – France
Supertext – Sweden
Swapcard – France
Syneidis Cybersecurity – Spain
Tespack – Finland
Transparent Sound AB – Sweden
Universal Avenue – Sweden
Vopium – Israel
WellPlayed Sports – Netherlands

Longhorns: post-Series A firms; growth stage companies
Artificial Solutions – United Kingdom
BullGuard – United Kingdom
Kantox – United Kingdom
Parclick – Spain
PremFina – United Kingdom
Subasta de Ocio – Spain
Woobi – Israel

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