Meet the 10 prolific e-commerce startups selected for Startupbootcamp’s Class of 2018



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From 500 international applicants, Startupbootcamp Commerce selected the ten most prolific e-commerce startups to participate in their three-month accelerator program in Amsterdam.

A total of 18 startups from all over the world (including UAE, Pakistan, UK, Denmark, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Romania, Belgium, Ukraine, Turkey, Latvia, Slovenia, and Poland) took part in the final Selection Days, last week at the B. Amsterdam coworking space. They went through a vigorous screening and evaluation process in front of over a hundred mentors and partners of Startupbootcamp.

The ten selected teams will now go through an intense 3-month acceleration program of workshops, one-to-one sessions and events, starting off on 19th of February and ending with the Demo Day in front of hundreds of startup and tech influencers, mentors, partners, and investors on 18th of May 2018. They will be mentored by a network of entrepreneurs, top executives, and investors, and will have access to leading commerce companies in the Netherlands to validate and scale further.

Seed money and support

Furthermore, they will receive free office space, €15,000 seed money, and support from Startupbootcamp partners, such as Amazon, Cisco, Ahold Delhaize, PwC, America Today, and Rabobank. As well as over €500,000 in “partners services” and access to a network of Angels and VCs internationally for potential further investment opportunities.

Here are the ten selected startup in the Class of 2018:

3D Click (Spain)

3D packaging mockup made easy. Customize your prototype and validate in the point of sale in less than a minute.

Bundleboon (Netherlands)

Stylish kidswear to your doorstep. Free service, free delivery, zero commitment.

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DEKO EKO (Poland)

Supports companies and organizations in creating ecological and ethical solutions in the field of sustainable development, circular economy, and environmentally friendly marketing.

GoSherpy (Italy)

GoSherpy is the new app for saving real money towards your dream goals. It makes it easy & effortless to save for the things you really want: while you’re dreaming and planning we’ll be doing all the work behind to make your goals happen.

Jetlink (Turkey)

AI-powered messaging platform for more sales and better customer service. Delivers personalized conversations where customers are, with multi-channel messaging and chatbots.

MobieTrain (Belgium)

Empowers and retains retail employees by making learning fun. Mobile learning platform combines scientific training techniques with gamification and pre-defined content packages to speed up onboarding and drive sales.

Orbit (Pakistan)

Aims to revolutionize the learning process through its unique approach and in-depth explanation of each concept taught in books. Orbit presents 3D visualizations of the ideas, taught to students, in the real world.

PointCheckout (United Arab Emirates)

With PointCheckout, consumers can combine and spend your reward points and miles with just one account.

PredictLeads (Slovenia)

Creates super-targeted sales campaigns or prioritize prospects based on hiring & technologies intelligence.


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Remco Janssen founded Silicon Canals in 2014 and is its CEO and publisher, responsible for partnerships and business development. He is an expert in digital media, covering European startups, scale-ups, and venture capital. In the past, he founded Proudly Represents, the Netherlands’ first communications and PR agency for tech startups while mentoring hundreds of them. Prior to that, he worked at Europe’s first food order website, Urbanbite, and was a football journalist for Dagblad De Pers. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from the University of Applied Sciences Utrecht.

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