Even this year, Lecturize wants to become profitable and then possibly start a new round of financing next year.MimoMimo founders Henry Ameseder, Johannes Berger, Lorenz Schimik and Dennis Daume January 2019 Calendar Editable have landed a hit in a booming niche with an app designed to teach programming. The app now has around two million users, 40,000 of which are paid subscribers.
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By the end of the year, the currently 15 employees will be increased to 20, and in the current financial year Mimo is to land at around three million euros. The trust of some of the most well-known business angels Mimo has also won: Hansi Hansmann and the Runtastic founders are on board.
Also interesting: These are the best newcomers among the Austrian startups + Robo WunderkindThe Viennese startup Robo Wunderkind has a kit for Developed robot that reminds a little bit of the principle Lego and children playfully to introduce the programming.
Various cube-shaped modules can be put together to form any figures, and an app finally controls and programs the movements of the robot. In 2015, Robo Wunderkind had collected 250,000 euros via crowdfunding Years later, the first kits were delivered.
This year, the team led by Anna Iarotska and Yuri Levin has raised a million euros of fresh capital from investors and funding agencies to build international sales (Trending Topics reported) .SchoolfoxThe Viennese startup of Stefan Siegl and David Schalkhammer offers Schoolfox a kind of digital bulletin at. Via an app, teachers and parents should be able to communicate directly, encrypted and without exchanging private contact data.
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Nursing reports, school information, photos, documents or parents’ letters should be transmitted electronically via computer or smartphone. The full version of the software is chargeable to schools and parent clubs. The young company behind the app, Fox Education Services GmbH, founded in 2018, is now also represented in Berlin alongside
The Graz-based startup Moshbit digitizes under the brand name Studo lecture lists, timetables and course evaluations for universities and students. Companies also gain access to up-and-coming talent through a job portal. In Austria, the app is now available for more than 40 universities and FHs and has about 100,000 users. Moshbit was founded in 2015 by Julian
sees itself as a social enterprise with the goal to create a cross-school learning platform for students. Younger students should be able to use the website and apps to find older students to help and chat with them. Through the chat you can then make up for tutoring. In return, you get points that you can redeem against attending workshops. Workshops and other offers come from partner companies, so should be monetized.
For the students themselves, the platform is free to use.Three CoinsSince about six years, the Viennese startup Three Coins is dedicated to financial education. This year, the two co-founders Anna Mostetschnig and Matthias Reisinger left the start-up company January 2019 Calendar Editable and founder Katharina Norden has re-appointed the management board with Goran Maric.