mySugr aims to save lives using smartphones, games and user experience. The company has put its first product on the market - the app aimed to help diabetics in their day to day therapy management, which fulfills the guidelines of EU law to enter the regulated market of medical devices. In short: we make diabetes suck less. The company, based in Vienna, Austria, currently has 11 employees, has received public as well as angel funding. Among its customers it counts Telekom Austria and Sanofi Aventis Austria.Startup Website: www.mysugr.com
If you are an EMEA startup, Webit StartUp Challenge is your chance to pitch on stage in front of the biggest Investors and get international Media Coverage. Webit Startup Challenge also gives you the opportunity to present your company to the European, Middle East and African tech community, exclusive contacts with investors and direct feedback from renowned judges.
The winner will get international media coverage in most of the global and local media partners of Webit Congress and shall catch the attention of more than 6000 visitors from 60+ countries of Webit Congress.
First 18 finalists are announced. Remaining startups will compete by voting for the remaining 3 awards.