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Startlabs, first Serbian accelerator, investing 50.000$ in regional startups

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Startlabs is the first seed fund and accelerator in Serbia and their goal is to invest in Serbian and Western Balkan’s tech startups.

They have a standard terms and conditions — 50.000$ investment for 10-15% share, with 3-month-program in Belgrade and San Francisco.

The founders of this accelerator are Voja Lalic and Nebojsa  Lazic, who both have long entrepreneurial experience, having a few startups in Belgrade and San Francisco like Pamet, Vision Inc, MotionApps i Vicert.


Seedcamp firsts: New format, coming to Belgrade and hosted by the Royal Family

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The first Mini Seedcamp event in Serbia took place last Friday, and it was a collection of firsts for the London accelerator. Their first visit to Belgrade, the premiere of the new format (scroll for our take) and the first time they have been hosted by a Royal Family. Not bad.

The event was attended by 100 entrepreneurs, investors, and other startup people from Serbia, the South-East Europe region and elsewhere from Europe. As far as the Serbian startup community is concerned, it is a shared feeling that this was a pivotal moment, especially in junction with Startup Standup the day after (to be covered separately).


Eleven, the €12M Bulgarian accelerator, to bring in a cohort of gaming startups in its next batch

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Eleven, the €12M accelerator venture fund from Bulgaria, has confirmed that it will be upgrading its third batch of startups this spring by bringing in an additional cohort made up entirely of — gaming startups.

The young accelerator which started up last year with the help of EU funds currently houses its second batch of startups in their coworking space in Sofia.

At “The Roof” they provide them with mentorship and the sort of support customary to startup accelerators in the EU and the US, yet quite unique to the region of South-East Europe.