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THE HOTTEST STARTUPS OF 2019 AS TOLD BY WIRED

 

The hottest startups in London

Our pick: Olio

The food sharing app connecting neighbours, local shops and allotment owners. This is also a fab idea if you have a bake sale at your work, church or kids school and would like to contribute but are on a bit of a budget…

 

The hottest startups in Amsterdam

Our pick: Framer

It’s about time that app design was made as accessible as web design. After all, in today’s world, we are mobile-based. This is a game-changer for businesses who want to get themselves placed in their clients/consumers hand.

 

The hottest startups in Helsinki

Our pick: Neuro Event Labs

I can’t think of a country where their medical system couldn’t use a hand. Maybe apps are the way forward? They are able to store medical records, keep track of medications and more. This one is specifically designed for the 65 million people in the world with epilepsy.

 

The hottest startups in Tel Aviv

Our pick: Joytunes

Making learning to play an instrument easier for all. Finally.

 

The hottest startups in Barcelona

Our pick: TravelPerk

For those of you with busy travel schedules – this app keeps all your planned trips in one place. The app allows you to clearly track your calendar and spend at the same time as making sure you still get the best deals with price comparison tools.

 

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