Every two weeks, our startups have to present updates to mentors and colleagues. Small goals are set on a reasoned based in order to make things happens as soon as possible. During the two-week sprint, startups are asked to work on main priorities in an effective and fast way.

Our startups are required to follow an XPM approach. They must manage their time in the accelerator and speed up their development. Regular business checks help entrepreneurs to focus on their jobs. Early detection of any kind of problem can hinder the startup development and find solutions for it.

Seven accelerating startups presented their sprint updates yesterday.

Every two weeks, our startups have to present updates to mentors and colleagues. Small goals are set on a reasoned based in order to make things happens as soon as possible. During the two-week sprint, startups are asked to work on main priorities in an effective and fast way.

Our startups are required to follow an XPM approach. They must manage their time in the accelerator and speed up their development. Regular business checks help entrepreneurs to focus on their jobs. Early detection of any kind of problem can hinder the startup development and find solutions for it.

 

Six accelerating startups presented their sprint updates yesterday.

The first was Zenfeed, a feed-reader that allows you to receive all the news from your favorite sites in one beautiful and simple interface. They are working on the development of the architecture of their app and they are looking for new people to hire in order to integrate the team with graphics and developers.

Then it was up to Snapback, a software layer that allow users to interact with smartphones touchlessly with gestures and sounds. Snapback presented its beta version gaining appreciation from the audience.

After Snapback took the word AppeatIT, the app that allows user order meal from office desk and find lunch and table ready at the restaurant at the desired time. They are trying to extend their commercial net with new restaurants focusing on the work-time-lunch.

The same was doing SpotOnWay, the webapp that allows users to get free discount vouchers around them. SpotOnWay team is expanding its retailer network starting from Rome and now begin to sign important partnerships.

Thingarage, a web portal where a community of artists meets, through contests, firms and users interested in 3D model development and printing, announced it is going to participate to Microsoft’s Mobile App Acceleration Camp. 

Last but not least, wineOwine told about the bureaucratic issues it had to face in order to patent their idea and, after attending BizSpark Camp last week started to think about joining BizSpark program to build its web portal.