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Spark.Me Competition: TruckTrack Wins A Trip to TechCrunch Disrupt


By Ivana (Ivy) Gutierrez, September 28, 2013

(Featured image shows John Biggs from TechCrunch, Vukašin Stojkov from the winning startup TruckTrack and our CEO Predrag Lešić)

Our Spark.Me Competition lasted both days of the conference. On Day 1, 10 startups had the chance to pitch their project to our judges. We picked three finalists who fought to win the first place on Day 2 Tourvia.me TruckTrack and LovelyHeroku . After another short presentation and a quick round of questions for the judges – the winner was announced:

TruckTrack won Spark.Me Competition! They will attend TechCrunch Disrupt in New York next year!
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Vukašin Stojkov presenting TruckTrack.

Our team of judges consisted of Chris Varenhorst, software engineer at Dropbox, Monty Metzger, serial entrepreneur and  investor, John Biggs, TechCrunch Editor, Meelik Gornoi from Skype and Doctor Eli Opper, strategic advisor.
TruckTrack is a Serbian startup that is striving to become a modern solution for the trucking industry. They will offer management of a fleet of trucks, optimisation of your gas usage and transfer of all your paperwork into the cloud. They hope these services will simplify business management in this sector.
Vukašin Stojkov, one of founders of TruckTrack, presented the project. They won a return ticket to New York for two people from the team, a three-night stay in a local hotel, their own stand on Startup Alley at TechCrunch Disrupt and, of course, two tickets for the aforementioned conference.
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Mario Danić wants to simplify using of Herokua.

Startup LovelyHeroku, a complete mobile client for Heroku was presented by Mario Danić. He believes their project could solve a problem a lot of users of Heroku have by enabling management of applications on the go. Bojan Ćinćur took the stage to present  Tourvia.me, a project that won “fast track” for entering Eleven accelerator. 

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Team from Tourvia.me startup.

We finished our conference by announcing the winners of the competition. We would like to thank all of our partners for helping us make this conference possible.

We hope you enjoyed these wonderful two days and we are looking forward to seeing you again next year. Spark.Me 2014 will be held in June, not Sepmtember, so take notice of that!

 

Photos by Marina Filipović Marinshe.


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Ivana (Ivy) Gutierrez

Our Executive Editor Ivy is a graduate student at University of Zagreb where she is studying Communicology and Journalism. She is interested in PR and all things digital. More information is available on her website Ivy's ink drops.

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