The election of the Emerce Top 10 European Start-ups is once again part of Emerce eDay and the winner will be announced from the ten elected nominees.
For the 6th consecutive year the Top 10 shortlist was compiled by Emerce’s editors with input from VCs, M & A specialists, bankers and journalists from all over Western Europe.
The criteria that the start-ups have to meet are that the head office is located in Europe, the startup does not exist for more than six years and the turnover is over two million euros or that at least two million euros must have been raised in funding.
The final list shows which startups are upcoming and have great potential: the higher its position in the final top 10 list, the greater its potential. The top 10 list includes ‘new’ startups that have never been on the list before.
These are this year’s nominees for the Emerce Top 10 European Start-ups (in alphabetical order):
- Acast (2013, Sweden, Podcasting platform)
- Adcombi (2016, Netherlands, Location based advertising)
- Blinkist (2012, Germany, Non-fictie books in 15 minutes)
- Glovo (2015, Spain, Same day delivery-platform)
- Hotelchamp (2015, Netherlands, Direct hotels booking-platform)
- June Energy (2015, Belgium, Energy price comparising platform)
- ŌURA (2013, Finland, Health/Wellness wearable)
- Revolut (2015, United Kingdom, Online bank)
- Trigo Vision (2017, Israel, Retail Automation-platform)
- Wasteless (2016, Israel, Internet of Groceries)
Mobile healthcare start-up Babylon Health was declared the winner in 2017. Their goal is to thoroughly change the Healthcare industry by drastically reducing costs This four-year-old startup had 85 million dollars in funding and already around 1 million users. The rest of the top 10 from 2017 can be found here.
Emerce eDay takes place on October 11th in De Kromhouthal in Amsterdam-Noord. The election of the Emerce Top 10 European Startups 2018 will start at 12:00 on stage 2 and will be moderated by Jaspar Roos.