10 Finalists selected in the category Smart Spaces

Ten start-ups have been shortlisted in the category Smart Spaces out of 43 applicants. The finalists will pitch their ideas on Tuesday 1 December in Espoo, Finland in front of an expert jury consisting of industry experts, investors, entrepreneurs and business accelerators.


Autlo (Estonia)

Autlo teaches cars, how to pay for parking by themselves. Car owner does not have to do anything, but can follow and control with smartphone.

Boxgard AB (Sweden)

Boxgard offers "Simply Smart Storage": urban on-demand storage delivered to your doorstep.

Hi WiFi (Finland)

Hi WiFi is home security based on existing WiFi networks. It is able to detect human presence and motion with WiFi radio waves already in the house.

Ibaround (Sweden)

IBaround enables brands and retailers to measure, analyze and optimize in real time shoppers customer experience in retail stores.

inSelly (Latvia)

inSelly is the First Instagram Marketplace: The easiest tool for mobile selling on top of Instagram.

Moodboard (Germany)

Moodboard is a digital signage totem that shows users in a live stream mirror image with different clothes directly in an advertising poster. (Spain)

PopPlaces is the first Spanish marketplace to rent spaces by the day, to organize pop-up stores or events.

Roomaid (UK)

Roomaid is a Service Delivery Automation (SDA) and Internet of Things (IoT) platform that aims to disrupt and modernize hotel guest services.

Shopboostr (Germany)

From Big-Data to Customer Engagement: Through the use of big-data Shopboostr helps online businesses to create a personalised and pleasing user experience.

Sorry As A Service (Estonia)

Sorry As A Service is a customer retention platform that helps to retain unhappy customers. It enables customer support agents to dispatch physical apologies to customers with one-click in their CRM system.


More information about the final event will follow soon.

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