The Station F, the world’s biggest startup campus in Paris, France released a data about its one-year activities.
- Station F received 11,271 Startup applications in one year.
- Top 10 countries that applied to join Station F are USA, UK, China, India, Germany, Spain, Canada, Brazil, Nigeria, and Belgium.
- The average age of a Station F resident is 30,9 years old.
- 40% of startups are female-founded.
- 232 startups raised more than €250 million.
- 8 Startups were acquired by big companies.
Today, a Romanian company, Whyttest reports its first external office opens in Belgrade, Serbia.
Whyttest wrote on its press release, new Belgrade office has now 25 employees to offer testing services for mobile platforms and the team will grow soon.
Whyttest was founded in 2014 in Bucharest, Romania. It currently has a team of 100 specialists to cover testing services for PC, mobile, and console platforms.
The Munich-based software testing firm, Testbirds has announced € 7 million funding with Wachstumsfonds Bayern.
Testbirds wrote on its press releases, the new money will be invested in the international expansion of the Testbirds team and in the development of new technologies.
Testbirds is one of the world’s leading crowdtesting providers, was founded in 2011, today it has 100 employees with offices in four European countries and over 300,000 testers from 193 countries registered on Testbirds platform to work as freelance software testers.
Station-F has just opened up registeration for social good 2018 event.
It is free event. Registeration to launch party is full now but you can still register for waiting list and live broadcast.
Mitchell Baker, the executive chairwoman of the Mozilla Foundation and of Mozilla Corporation is one of the speakers of social good week 2018.
You can register for event here.