As “the best technology conference on the planet,”Web Summit brings together all the key players redefining the global tech industry. This year, Web Summit will take place in Lisbon between November 4 and 7, with over 70,000 attendees and 2,000 journalists participating.
Based on SparkAmplify’s Social Proof Index (SP Index), we identified some of the top trending startups exhibiting at Web Summit 2019 by countries.
1. Waggl (United States)
Waggl is the voice of people at work. A real-time transparent feedback platform that crowdsources and prioritizes People Voice.
2. Chili Piper (United States)
Instant Scheduling & Engagement for Web Forms, Email & Events - used by Facebook, Twilio & thousands more.
3. Inclusology (United States)
Creating a SaaSy diversity and inclusion lens in people analytics that solves issues of unfairness that lead to turnover in the workplace.
4. Brim Financial (Canada)
Fully Integrated Credit Cards, Payments and Loyalty Platform. Global Scale, Independently Licensed by MC, Prop Tech Infrastructure.
5. TRATO (Mexico)
Blockchain software on the cloud where businesses simplify contract mgmt & delivery to clients with security, risk detection & traceability
1. KARD (France)
Kard is the coolest way to take control of your money. It's hype, social and free.
Top Placement: Kard is a challenger bank for teens
2. Nettoken (United Kingdom)
Nettoken is the control panel for your digital identity. Find all accounts you signed up to, access, manage and even share them, securely!
Top Placement: 8 Top Tips About The Future That You Really Need To Know
3. Taxfix (Germany)
We create personal experiences to help people easily file and optimize their taxes in a smart, reliable and affordable way.
4. MyPolis (Portugal)
MyPolis is a mobile platform that aims to connect politicians/citizens by bringing civic engagement to the 21st century.
Top Placement: myPolis: this app wants to create a millennial polis
5. Regily (Sweden)
Grow faster with a signup flow customers love. Replace boring forms using one line of code. We guarantee increased conversion.
Top Placement: Mojang billionaires invest in Regily
6. Lidya (Poland)
Lidya is the future of SME finance; supporting SMEs in fast-growing economies access credit in 1 day.
1. QueQ (Thailand)
We, the 2M users queuing app from Bangkok, help people to jump out from a long line and spend time wisely. To help more, we are expanding.
2. Karakuri, inc. (Japan)
A data-driven marketing system for online publishers that keeps users on their site by grasping user insights and enhancing engagement.
3. Joint Commonwealth Fund (Taiwan)
JCF is a crypto index fund with 0% fee to make basic income (UBI) universal. Invest in blockchain to create financial freedom for all!
4. Archisketch.Inc (South Korea)
The world's simplest AR device based on AI technology to create 3D home furnishing.
1. Swvl (Egypt)
Fast-growing tech startup reinventing public transport, one city at a time. Its app connects local commuters with a city's private minibus.
2. Takestep (Egypt)
Takestep is the first addiction virtual treatment facility, that connects the stakeholders of the addiction recovery process.
SparkAmplify’s SP Index is generated by our algorithm and is given to each brand as a measurement of its overall media presence quality. Social Proof Index is an industry-first index that takes into account a brand’s social proof based on social share, placement number, placement quality, impression and search ranking.
Social Proof Index is a score from 0 to 100. Every brand on SparkAmplify has its own Social Proof Index that is updated frequently to reflect the latest situation. Brands with Social Proof Index of 100 means it has better media exposure results than that with Social Proof Index of 50.
Social Proof Index (SP Index) quantitatively measures a brand’s press coverage in terms of social share, placement number, placements quality, impression and search ranking. With higher Social Proof Index, brand can stand out easily from other brands and focus on telling stories to the right influencers.
Social Proof Index (SP Index) helps journalists filter out the noise and concentrate on media-worthy sources. By filtering brands with high Social Proof Index, journalists can quantitatively measure a brand’s press coverage performance.