Amino Ekspertblog

Startupbootcamp's ten teams will take turns blogging about their experience, challenges and lessons learned.

  • 11. juli 2011 | 1 kommentarer
    For snart fire måneder siden modtog Startupbootcamp et opkald fra Lars Løkkes statsministerium. Lars Løkke skulle snart have møde med Præsident Obama, og de havde forinden nået til enighed om at der skulle gøres...
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  • 10. juni 2011 | 0 kommentarer
    De populære 54 timers Startup Weekends events, som tidligere er blevet afholdt i København og Århus, kommer nu også som et weekendevent for mobilnørder – Startup Weekend Mobile Copenhagen. Eventet er arrangeret af...
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  • 4. november 2010 | 2 kommentarer

    The Kinetik, a New App Discovery Network from Denmark.

    The Kinetik is a cross promotion network for mobile app developers to promote each other and get more users without spending any money. We allow developers to choose who they promote, ensuring their users get a relevant selection of apps. So far, we have helped over 100 mobile publishers in categories like entertainment, productivity and social networking exchange clicks with other publishers.

     

    We came from Buenos Aires to Copenhagen set out to create out a way that would help great ideas (in the form of mobile apps) get discovered.  We had developed some apps ourselves and for clients and knew that with +200.000 mobile application developers like us, more than +350.000 apps are suffering from of the app discovery decease.

    The Startupbootcamp experience.

    First, we reached out to all of Startupbootcamp mentors and thankfully they were kind to talk to us. We started listening, shared opinions and received lots of feedback. As we set out to implement it, we had a lot of folks with questions and open minds.  It made our project more fun, as we got lots of smart people helping us to realize the idea.

    As we progress, we sailed the same sea and asked customers what they wanted. We build a super-quick prototype and begun spending more time with our customers.  

    One of our early adopters, the co-founder of Creative Mobile said “we've been doing this already by adding "more games" submenu to some of our products, but if there is a service which allows us to do this AND exchange clicks with other publishers AND control it via a web interface, then we'll happily switch to using it.”  We have used his and many others’ feedback and will introduce a number of new features like adding screenshots, videos and the ability to connect directly with other members shortly. We will continue to listen to our users’ ideas and focus on their needs, all in sync with our goal to help discover, share and manage apps more effectively.

    By sharing our ideas with smart people, our small team concentrated on the early advice and executed it quickly. We were lucky to build a network of people who understand and are involved with our idea and vision. They have not only been great mentors, but we have made lifelong friends which will enable us to build cool stuff, deliver a great product and have fun.

    The Kinetik, a New App Discovery Network from Denmark.

    The Kinetik is a cross promotion network for mobile app developers to promote each other and get more users without spending any money. We allow developers to choose who they promote, ensuring their users get a relevant selection of apps. So far, we have helped over 100 mobile publishers in categories like entertainment, productivity and social networking exchange clicks with other publishers.

     

    We came from Buenos Aires to Copenhagen set out to create out a way that would help great ideas (in the form of mobile apps) get discovered.  We had developed some apps ourselves and for clients and knew that with +200.000 mobile application developers like us, more than +350.000 apps are suffering from of the app discovery decease.

    The Startupbootcamp experience.

    First, we reached out to all of Startupbootcamp mentors and thankfully they were kind to talk to us. We started listening, shared opinions and received lots of feedback. As we set out to implement it, we had a lot of folks with questions and open minds.  It made our project more fun, as we got lots of smart people helping us to realize the idea.

    As we progress, we sailed the same sea and asked customers what they wanted. We build a super-quick prototype and begun spending more time with our customers.  

    One of our early adopters, the co-founder of Creative Mobile said “we've been doing this already by adding "more games" submenu to some of our products, but if there is a service which allows us to do this AND exchange clicks with other publishers AND control it via a web interface, then we'll happily switch to using it.”  We have used his and many others’ feedback and will introduce a number of new features like adding screenshots, videos and the ability to connect directly with other members shortly. We will continue to listen to our users’ ideas and focus on their needs, all in sync with our goal to help discover, share and manage apps more effectively.

    By sharing our ideas with smart people, our small team concentrated on the early advice and executed it quickly. We were lucky to build a network of people who understand and are involved with our idea and vision. They have not only been great mentors, but we have made lifelong friends which will enable us to build cool stuff, deliver a great product and have fun.

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  • 21. oktober 2010 | 0 kommentarer
    We continue our rotating Startupbootcamp blog series. This entry is by Johan Frederik Schjødt, Co-founder of AutoUncle. We thought our product was clear, valuable and relevant to most people: An algorithm that finds the best deals in the used car...
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  • 20. oktober 2010 | 0 kommentarer
    We continue our rotating Startupbootcamp blog series - our ten teams take turns sharing their thoughts and experiences. This entry is by Juan Moreno of TheKinetik . Even before coming to StartupBootCamp we’ve been passionate about the mobile business...
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  • 18. oktober 2010 | 0 kommentarer
    We continue our rotating Startupbootcamp blog series - our ten teams take turns sharing their thoughts and experiences. This entry is by James Hobbis of Gruvi. Usually when we are speaking with friends we do not expect to be sold something. Sometimes...
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  • 14. oktober 2010 | 1 kommentarer
    We continue our rotating Startupbootcamp blog series - our ten teams take turns sharing their thoughts and experiences on their Startupbootcamp adventure. This entry is by Artas Bartas, of Spockly. E-commerce in the Recession You might be forgiven for...
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  • 13. oktober 2010 | 0 kommentarer
    We continue our rotating Startupbootcamp blog series. This entry is by Andreea Chiriloiu, Community Manager Webcrumbz.net . Men vs. Women We like to believe that we have a rather homogenous team, here at Webcrumz.net – 2 guys and 2 girls, so we...
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  • 11. oktober 2010 | 2 kommentarer
    We continue our rotating Startupbootcamp blog series - our ten teams take turns sharing their thoughts and experiences on their Startupbootcamp adventure. This entry is by Thomas Jam Pedersen of 3Djam. Intro Since ancient times, we humans have achieved...
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  • 6. oktober 2010 | 0 kommentarer
    We continue our rotating Startupbootcamp blog series. This entry is by Andreea Chiriloiu, Community Manager Webcrumbz.net . In regard to the radical title, it is actually easy to comprehend: everything is done via mobile nowadays. And what is not done...
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  • 5. oktober 2010 | 0 kommentarer
    We continue our rotating Startupbootcamp blog series. This entry is by Niels Kristian Schjødt, Co-founder of AutoUncle. Setting Our Sails The other day I found myself looking back at the first year being an entrepreneur with my brother. I was thinking...
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  • 1. oktober 2010 | 0 kommentarer
    We continue our rotating Startupbootcamp blog series - our ten teams take turns sharing their thoughts and experiences on their Startupbootcamp adventure. This entry is by Ciprian Borodescu from WebCrumbz.net Want to go Mobile? Let us say you have a company...
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