We know the names of the 15 start-ups that make up the 13th class of Fit4Start. The Luxembourg acceleration program attracted 303 start-ups from 58 different countries this year. 67 of them, pre-selected, pitched their projects at the Arch summit, Wednesday 26 and Thursday 27 October, in front of a jury of entrepreneurs and investors. Were chosen…
… in the digital/data drive category
2AM – Advanced Materials & Additive Manufacturing (Latvia), specializing in robotic 3D printing of large rocket structures.
FromVu Stays (Luxembourg), a platform for connecting accommodation providers around the world with multinational companies.
DPh (Belgium), develops and educates about artificial intelligence for all.
Eyrene (USA), AI SaaS (software as a service using artificial intelligence) for retail audits.
Fundis ESG (Luxembourg). She develops digital ESG workflows and implements them into day-to-day fund management processes.
Gonuggets (Luxembourg), leverages artificial intelligence for digital native brands to increase their e-commerce reach and revenue.
Stargate RTK (Estonia), a provider of satellite positioning system correction services to enable precise navigation for autonomous driving, industrial drones, mapping and IoT (Internet of Things) applications.
U-Impact (Germany), a B2B white label tool based on a retail investor interface for transparency on sustainable investments and user behavioral data, to increase fund inflows.
Warden Machinery (Latvia) offers computer vision solutions for the control of manufacturing processes in mining and steelmaking.
Wiretwin (Luxembourg), an integrated virtual twin of a facility enabling property managers to save costs and resources, be more sustainable and increase transparency.
… in the health technology category
Poly Diagnostics (Ukraine) offers diagnostic products to which the clinical sample must be added directly to test several pathogens, in a faster and more economical way than with a traditional process.
AI Stance (Korea) wants to solve spine problems with artificial intelligence devices integrated into posture correction products.
Surge (France) is developing a blood sampling kit, coupled with an artificial intelligence algorithm integrating clinical and immune data, in order to predict postoperative complications.
VSPINE/MDSIM (Belgium) wants to help surgeons and medical device companies develop, simulate, plan and perform optimal spinal fusion operations.
Wavymeet (Luxembourg) allows patients to undertake cardiac rehabilitation programs without going to hospital.
The Lhoft becomes a partner
The 15 participants will benefit from six months of coaching, pre-seed funding of 50,000 euros and privileged access to all the key players in the Luxembourg start-up ecosystem. Graduates of the program who manage to raise private capital will be able to receive an additional 100,000 euros.
“This edition of Fit 4 Start will also include awareness-raising activities and specialized coaching on how participating companies can have a lasting positive impact,” adds the Minister of Economy, Franz Fayot (LSAP).
The program managed by its ministry and Luxinnovation has the support of Technoport, Luxembourg-City Incubator and LuxProvide. As well as, since this year, the Luxembourg House of Financial Technologies (LHoFT), a new partner.
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The digital and health start-ups of the 13th Fit4Start
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