It is well-known that Timisoara Startup Hub is the meeting place for almost every tech meetup in the city. The evening of April 9th has been dedicated to hosting automotive technologies passionates in the context of inauguration of their, hopefully, new favorite professional gathering.
It is common thing for tech people to enjoy studying, playing with or even creating hardware. Calin Brandabur is one of those who make the most of it. Thus, he has opened the event presenting his promising project, Symme 3D, a high-performance delta 3D printer/laser/router processing machine that, in our opinion, may influence new approaches in the local prototyping/ automotive/ manufacturing industry.
He has also fed the curiosity in the room by exhibiting the printer and sharing models in the audience. Showcasing components 3D printed for a real, powerful motorcycle that was actually brought in the room has been, without discussion, an interesting moment. Read more
Whether we evoke spring enthusiasm or simply community’s natural development, there is certainly something in common related to the launch of two new tech meetups in Timisoara.
First one to take the initiative was the much requested Timisoara Automotive Technologies Meetup. Its
inaugural meetup will take place on the 9th of April, starting 6:30 PM, at Timisoara Startup Hub, welcoming all professionals with interest in Automotive & manufacturing, whether having an IT, mechanics, design or product management background or not.
The first attraction of the event will be the Skype discussion with Jim Kor, high tech savvy and founder of the Korecologic, the design studio developing URBEE, a low fuel consumption, 3D printed car. Read more
It’s no surprise that Timisoara born & raised startups are catching foreigners’ eyes. Press, investment, tech related ranking-there has been a name from Timisoara there more than once. Getting featured in publications such as Forbes or The Next Web is no little thing. And it surely takes more than just a good pitch to get there.
Before immersing into case studies, a startup that yearns for relevant international media coverage has primarily assess the motivation behind the act. What is actually to be gained from such a PR effort? Dharmesh Shah, co-founder and CTO of HubSpot has an answer:
‘I believe, getting your startup covered, is one of the most important things you can do to get your product out there. It can help with and did so for us with a lot of things, such as new signups, getting investment, partnerships and biz dev deals.’
Apparently, all the things you need to nurture your startup at least till it blossoms. His complete guide has generated appreciation and even more questions among startup founders eager to find the success recipe. Read more