Capte was included among the top 50 European startups, and selected to participate in Europe’s largest multi-corporate accelerator program. - Capte

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Capte was included among the top 50 European startups, and selected to participate in Europe’s largest multi-corporate accelerator program.

weXelerate, a multi-corporate accelerator located on over 9.000sqm in the heart of Vienna, Austria, received over 850 applications from startups coming from 55 countries. Following a multistage evaluation process, Capte was rated among the top 50 startups and invited to participate in the next 4-month program batch, starting in March 2018.

Capte is a startup in the area of IOT and provides a solution for use cases in transportation, logistics, industry 4.0 and more by offering its customers a complete customizable platform including hardware, software and connectivity. “We are delighted to become a part of a strong community of startups in DACH region further expanding our ovvering both geographically attracting a new industrial partner Palfinger”, says Sergey Vladimirov, Co-Founder of Capte.

weXelerate will enable Capte to closely work together with at least one of their 16 industry-leading corporate partners, to identify use cases, kick off pilots or to form alliances. „weXelerate stands for collaboration between leading corporates, experts and startups across various disciplines with the aim of establishing mutually beneficial relationships”, says Dominik Greiner, Managing Director of weXelerate. Their corporate partners include banks (Volksbank, Raiffeisenbank, Austrian Controlbank, Payment Services Austria), insurance companies (Uniqa, Wuestenrot, Acredia), media companies (T-Mobile, Kurier, ORF), industry and infrastructure companies (Andritz, Palfinger, Austrian Post, Wien Energie) or the Austrian Sportsbetting Company. In addition, Capte will get in-depth coaching and mentoring by weXelerate and its network of 200+ partners in all the areas needed to scale fast and take things to the next level. Also part of the accelerator program is free working space in the prestigious weXelerate spaces on over 9.000sqm in Vienna for the duration of the program, sharing an office building with various players in the international innovation ecosystem, among them six Venture Capital firms. While the previous batch of startups participating in the weXelerate accelerator program was able to show off various stories of great success, Capte is confident to live up to expectations and excited to join weXelerate in Vienna this March.

About Capte

Capte is an international startup working out of Paris and Amsterdam providing a complete IOT platform including hardware, software and connectivity to solve use cases in transportation, logistics, industry 4.0 and other areas. The company has been established in 2016 and is completely self-funded by its two co-founders. Capte is very active in the startup scene currently graduating from BNP Paribas run accelerator WAI Boost, where Capte has been working with Motul to introduce a new product in the field of oil management.

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About weXelerate

weXelerate is a startup & innovation hub with a unique and thriving ecosystem of open
innovation on nearly 9.000sqm that aims to connect startups and established corporates. Each year the weXelerate accelerator supports 100 of the most promising European startups with a focus on energy and infrastructure, industry 4.0, media, insurance and banking, as well as cross-industries such as internet of things, artificial intelligence, bots, mobility, blockchain and cyber security. To its corporate partners weXelerate offers a tailor-made innovation program that ensures individualized access to current innovation methods, processes and trending topics in the industry.

Startup application for weXelerate batch III opens April 4th 2018 – pre-register now:
https://www.wexelerate.com/

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Capte joins Wexelerate for the second batch of the program

Capte joins Wexelerate for the second batch of the program

Photo Source: Michael Beck /weXelerate