10 new startups in the Startupbootcamp E-commerce 2015 batch
5 March, 2021 by
10 new startups in the Startupbootcamp E-commerce 2015 batch
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After receiving more than 700 applications, Startupbootcamp Amsterdam this week chose ten startups that will enter the 2015 E-commerce accelerator programme.

In October these 10 new startups will move to Amsterdam to shape their business model in three months:

24sessions (The Netherlands)

With their tagline ‘Advice made simple’, 24sessions wants to make a global online platform for live expert advice via videochat. Next to the main website, the startup is making white label versions as well.

Clickly (Portugal)

Clickly wants to make media content customizable and interactive, increasing revenue and traffic along the way. The startup already has clients like L’Oréal, Shopify and football club Benfica.

CrazyLister (Israel)

CrazyLister makes simple web-based design software for ‘everything concerning E-commerce’. Right now their focus seems to be on eBay listings. This startups is already backed with 300.000 dollar in seed funding.

Dashmote (The Netherlands)

Dashmote bundles the stock image providers to empower users to search, compare and buy images from multiple providers in one platform. Fun fact: Dashmote already got pre-seed funded for 450.000 euro earlier this year.

LiateR (Greece)

LiateR lets shoppers try out clothing in 3D, or: ‘an interactive sales solution for brands and retailers in the apparel and accessories market’.

Moneylink (The Netherlands)

Ever want to sell something quick online, but don’t want the hassle of setting up a whole page? Moneylink offers a personal one-product webshop. A moneylink is a one click payment process allowing consumers to sell items to other consumers directly. The link then can be shared through social media, blogs and e-mail.

ShopAds (The Netherlands)

ShopAds is a retail-centric advertising model which enables retailers to monetize their traffic through advertising, without loss of traffic and conversion.

Skace (Czech Republic)

SKACE wants to ‘re-invent performance management’ by creating a simple tool to review, motivate and coach employees frequently and instantly. Employees and employers for instance can get real-time feedback.

StoreGecko (UK)

From warehouse to website in 60 seconds. A one click solution to add products to your webshop, StoreGecko makes ‘Product & Channel Information Management’ simple and fast for small and large E-commerce stores. The startup received 170.000 dollar in seed funding last year.

TryLikes (The Netherlands)

TryLikes wants to easily measure the opinion of customers. Their technology collects answers on questions, and analyzes and compares the results.

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