Meet the Fit for Start participants of the 2016 Spring Edition

Date: 15/07/2016

Fit for Start offers early-stage funding and coaching to ICT start-ups in Luxembourg. Five promising start-ups qualified for the 2016 spring edition: LargoWind, Evvos, Klap, Nomoko and Visual Scaffolding. The programme helps ICT start-ups to develop a prototype of their product and learn how to test it with their first clients. After graduating from Fit for Start, they are ready to conquer the market. Stay tuned and discover the new stars of the Luxembourg start-up scene over the next few weeks:

Visual Scaffolding – for a smooth app development 

When it comes to designing a new web or mobile application, 70% of the total budget is spent on development costs alone. To make the lives of designers and developers easier, the start-up Visual Scaffolding has developed an innovative technology that is able to significantly reduce such costs.

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Let’s make it Klap! 

You are filming endless hours of video with your phone or camera all the time? But in the end you never share any of them because editing is way too complicated? Luckily, things are about to change! Klap brings you the video editing app you have always been waiting for.

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Get real with Nomoko’s 3D camera and software

Google Earth was yesterday! Now that Nomoko has become Fit for Start, the world will soon be mapped in life-like 3D. With their slogan “resolution is king” the enthusiastic team is set out to surpass human vision with their powerful virtual reality technology!

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Evvos connecting sensors – everything can become smart

Smart Water, smart environment, smart city, smart industry… Evvos’s devices, cloud-based platform and APIs make it incredibly easy to connect any sensor to the Internet. As a Fit for Start participant Evvos is preparing to revolutionise the Internet of Things (IoT) market.

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LargoWind is setting sail

Selected for the Fit for Start Spring Edition 2016 with a project called Connected Rope, LargoWind is a highly promising start-up that develops a smart monitoring device for boat owners. With its innovative product and business plan, the early stage start-up also convinced the jury at the Ireland Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce (ILCC) Innovation Contest 2016 and won the first prize: a trip to Ireland’s innovation hub.

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