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TOP 5 teams pitching on Latitude59 2020 stage

From 10 finalists to 5 super-finalists. These are the startups taking the stage at Latitude59 2020 stage on 28 August.

TOP 5 teams pitching on Latitude59 2020 stage

Our juries picked 10 startups who went to the Startup Wise Guys online boot-camp on 13 August, to get feedback on their business model and receive pitching training. The boot-camp was followed by the EstBAN investor committee on 14 August, where top5 teams were chosen to compete for the 200K EUR investment as well as 10K EUR cash from Latitude59.
Additional prizes include 10 000 USD of free AWS services by Cloudvisor to one of the finalists, legal counselling by Hedman Partners. The finalists will pitch on the Latitude59 Blue Stage on 28 August.

TOP 5 teams(in no particular order):

10Lines 10Lines is developing autonomous parking lot marking solutions
Pagerr Reducing waste in printing houses by printing on leftover areas. Up to 4x cheaper print price & eco-friendly printing
TREMO Medical diagnostic tool helping doctors diagnose Parkinson’s disease and Essential tremor more accurately and faster
ATOM Mobility All-in-one solution for shared mobility helping entrepreneurs to launch their own vehicle sharing platforms in 20 days.
Adact Adact enables agencies to create online interactive marketing campaigns without writing a single line of code.

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