These are the 15 nominees for Startup 2.0

We have arrived to the top 15 European Web 2.0 projects, which will be presented in Madrid. The 15 projects will have 5 minutes each to present themselves and another 5 minutes to answer two questions from the judges and the public. People coming to the event will also vote on the best projects. Finally, we will get the 5 best projects, which will be presented in Bilbao on May, 24th. If you want to come to the event, you have to register yourself. It starts at 15.30 and will be twittered.

Here they are:

Panoramio.com: Photo-sharing of geolocated photos. Panoramio offers 2 Gb of free storage for photos. The site has 330.000 registered users and 1,1 million geolocated photos.

11870.com: “a real-life delicious” where you can remember and share with your friends all kind of places (from business to sculptures) around the world using comments, tags, photos and videos. Launched in feb 07, reached #1 in technorati.

Trivop: Trivop is the first videoguide for the hotel industry. it’s a mashup with video, map and comments from users (through tripadvisor). We are convinc that video give travellers the transperncy they need before booking as today just a few photos is not sufficient enough. We want to become the youtube of the hotel industry.

Tupalo: Tupalo is a social mapping network for local and independent culture, allowing members of elusive niche cultures to add, rate, review, search and tag their favorite local businesses in major cities around the world via PC or Mobile devices.

Personalised Information Environment: A new internet application developed by a hungarian team can virtually learn what kind of tv shows and movies do the users like, and make recommendations for the following days accordingly. Musorajanlo.hu applies the latest technologies: machine-learning and data-mining, all executed on a grid.

hipoqih: hipoqih.com is a system composed by a Web and plugin for mobile devices that allows to record alerts and URLs associated to any geopoint in the planet. These alerts can be seen automatically in terminals with the plugin when approaching that geopoint, so that the information arrives when you get to the place that interests you.

nvivo.es: Gig based social network. Its main objective is that you never loose that gig again. Follow your favourite bands and coolest venues of your city, met other fans and interact adding comments, tags, joining and attending gigs and get or ask for all the gig info you need. With Musicbrainz, last.fm, Google Maps and 11870.com mashups. Live music fans never got that easy.

soziety: soZiety is a language-learning social network based on Skype. soZiety is a great, dead simple method people can use to have fun learning a language while meeting new people and making some bucks.

Properazzi – the property search engine
: Properazzi is a crawler-based web 2.0 property search engine for all of Europe. We launched in March 2007, and currently list 1.8 million sale and rental properties in 45 European countries, in all European languages and currencies. We’re backed by Mangrove Capital Partners (Skype, Quintura, Nimbuzz). We’ve got a highly international team and are based in Barcelona, Spain.

Menéame: Meneame is the leading Digg-like website in Spanish. It helps anybody promote news from any source by creating new pages according to users’s votes. It was launched in 2004 from Mallorca.

SlideBurner: SlideBurner allows you to share and discover easily slideshows/presentations (PowerPoint or OpenOffice files). Upload your files and they can quickly be viewed online in any web browser on any platform. You have full control on the security of your slideshows; you can select precisely the person who can access your data. You can also create groups around your fields of interest. Moreover, the site is multilingual; for the moment it is available in French and English.

Sclipo: Sclipo is a Social Skills-Network based upon user-generated videos: Users can share and promote their skills through video and connect with other users based upon skills they care about. Sclipo is a platform for any kind of skills, such as cooking, well-being, technology or sports. All content is 100% user-generated and evaluated. SCLIPO stands for: Skills + CLIP + yO (=I)

Anywr.com: Anywr is a web and mobile system that offers simple, yet powerful services for managing contacts, calendars, events and communications virtually from anywhere: using browsers, mobile devices or any other of the over 750 million compatible devices available today.

5min: 5min is a place to find short video solutions for every practical question, and is also a place for people who want to share their knowledge. 5min’s vision is simple: any solution can be visually explained in 5 minutes. Users of the 5min platform will benefit from a visual illustration of any solution through a Smart Player. Unlike all of the video sites on the net, 5min created a video player that is adjusted specifically to the instruction field.

QuestionForm: questionform is a web application for creating, publishing and analysing online surveys and forms.

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7 Responses

  1. startdown2 says:

    this site/project keeps disappointing me.. 🙁

    now is a “500 Internal Server Error” when following the register link….

    do something or close up, but this is unacceptable.
    you are behaving like Web0.0 ;D

  2. Cristina says:

    To Admin. To do your best, is obviously not enough. You have played arround with ilusions, professional work and people’s time. And so far, we have’nt got an official answer. I wonder if the members of the jury are updated about what it is going on, maybe it is not convenient for you because some could quid.

  3. pathetic says:

    I totally agree with the above comments, the so-called competition is to say the least downright pathetic. How can you judge other applications when you guys are unable to build a proper and fully functional site? How’s it possible votes are still being accepted and even when the submission deadline was far gone you were still open to accept new submissions? If you can’t handle the managing and updating of an extremely poor and simple site how do you even expect people take you seriously?

    I’m extremely sorry I wasted my time on you and I hope you can at least keep whatsoever crumbs of dignity you can find in your socks not to roll out this contest again next year.

  4. pathetic says:

    PS. I can’t believe you banned comments on your blog! After submitting my comment 4 times all I was getting was a blank page. If you don’t like to get feedback from people ditch the comments option!

  5. bendodge says:

    How did Trivop get on the list? They have a grand total of 1 vote. Panoramio has 10.

    KlasCement is the only project I can find that has more votes than Yoyogames, which for some reason doesn’t turn up anywhere but in the search.

  6. MR says:

    Pathetic, I don’t think that has to do with censorship, but just with a malfunction site. My last comment took me a few attempts too to get it posted. Server was indeed returning blank pages, but eventually it came through unchanged.

  7. pathetic says:

    Hi MR
    Then that’d be just one more example of the I-couldn’t-care-less attitude of these people 🙂

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