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4 Croatian Startups At Mobile World Congress In Barcelona

There will be 4 Croatian startups at the GSMA Mobile World Congress Fair in Barcelona when it is held from 25 – 28 February. The Barcelona congress is a one of the world’s largest exhibitions for the mobile industry.

The four startups had their projects selected by a panel of judges and the public at a contest held by the Croatian Chamber of Commerce. The winners who will represent Croatia at the fair are:

INU with their project BabyWatch, a mobile application that allows family and friends to keep up to date with the users child-birth.

Inteligentna Kuca’s mobile application IThome, which allows users to manage their home remotely, such as adjusting air conditioning and security systems.

IT.inteligentne techologije with their ProMDM application. MDM provides the ability to securely enroll mobile devices in an enterprise environment, configure and update settings over-the-air, monitor compliance and remotely control, wipe or lock devices.

And the SQUEE application by Squee Team, which they advertise as the most beautiful way to discover, share and by indie gadgets.


 

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