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I have arrived to London Web Summit in the late afternoon, having served my duty as a moderator of Daily Deals Summit Europe. Soon I was pleased to see Jaro Satkevic, the co-founder and CEO of BusyFlow lined up to pitch at the startup contest final.
Lithuanian BusyFlow, which has graduated from Polish GammaRebels accelerator last year, brings together information feed from various applications such as Dropbox, Pivotal Tracker, Google Docs, GitHub, Twitter, Evernote, Yammer and more to a single dashboard. What is more important, it also sends updates back to all these respective applications (which is a challenge that has not been yet mastered by its competitors Hojoki and 300.mg). The tool is an effective online collaboration tool, which we covered earlier.
One of the judges, John Lunn, the director of innovation at PayPal, said that he would definitely use it. In his presentation Jaro announced a launch of the company’s public beta.
BusyFlow has taken the second place in the competition, while the first prize went to the crowdfunding startup Seedrs, which boasted first ever FSA approval for its business.
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