Our Timisoara communities’ tech and entrepreneurial events calendar looks more and more stuffed from one month to the next one. It happens a lot here, conceptually developed and implemented by wonderful locals for all other wonderful locals. Timisoara is our beloved city but, difficult or not, we have to admit it is not the top of the world. Read more
Yesterday evening, Timisoara Startup Hub hosted the Central European Startup Awards Romanian Winners Announcement event. Read more
The last weekend of April has been a fruitfully tangled one for the IT community of Timisoara. Timisoara Mobile Development Group, Timisoara Google Developer Group and Timisoara Startup Hub have successfully wired exclusive Google Tango devices and resourceful mobile developers to create The First Ever Google Tango Project Hackathon. What they have built, which challenges they have encountered and mostly, whose idea was the most brilliant, you will find out in the lines below.
Central European Startup Awards is an initiative launched early this year by an international group of reputed startup expert organizations led by the Budapest-based IseeQ, aiming to bring in the spotlight and to raise the visibility of the best startups from the ecosystems in a region including Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Serbia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria. Read more
Radu Rosu runs Eloquentix, a globally distributed tech company. It’s headquartered in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, but also has an office in Timisoara. Eloquentix has recently expanded towards New York and in this context, he declared in an interview referring to his initial US location city “I think it’s an environment which is very specific to the area. … It’s calm. It’s gentlemanly. It’s unaggressive. People really take care of each other, really try to help each other out.” Read more