Meet the startups that went to Pioneers Festival!

Startup Europe and Welcome have selected 8 startups from 4 countries to attend Pioneers Festival in Vienna, 24th and 25th May.

Each of the 8 startups travelled to Vienna courtesy of the Welcome Project with tickets to Pioneers festival provided through the Pioneers500 initiative. At the festival startups networked with top investors and accelerators from across Europe, met corporate representatives, like minded founders and gained international media exposure.

Speakers at Pioneers include Manoj Bhargavaentrepreneur, philanthropist, and founder and CEO of Living Essentials,Tim Draper, co-founder of VC firm DFJ and Jimmy Wales, Wikipedia founder. Topics discussed at Pioneers include Business & Productivity, Energy & Utilities, Financial Services, Life Sciences & Agriculture, Lifestyle & Entertainment, Materials & Manufacturing and Mobility & Transportation.

The eight startups selected are from across the five Welcome ecosystems of Berlin, Dublin, Milan, Madrid and Salamanca.

From Berlin: LUUV Forward, a hardware startup enabling everyone to take professional, shake-free videos and Vrealtechnologies, a SaaS platform allowing non-expert users to create stunning virtual reality experiences.

The Dublin startups are TrustHub, a SaaS startup dedicated to making classified and peer-to-peer marketplaces safer and more inclusive for everyone and Parkyourcar, a platform where owners can rent out their parking space and where car drivers  can prepay for a parking space.

Travelling from Milan are Sushijet who have innovated and optimized the delivery to be the fastest food delivery service in Italy and Mangatar, Mangatar, a groundbreaking Italian game company and publisher that leverages the potential of smart publishing.

From Madrid/Salamanca are Artelnics, developing disruptive deep learning software for predictive analytics and Nebusens who have developed n-Core, a powerful hardware and software platform to develop, integrate and deploy easily and quickly, a wide variety of applications over Wireless Sensor Networks.