From the 2nd of May the management team of Socionics.io will move to Lisbon.
In May 2014, there will start activities that significantly stimulate the startup environment. On this wave of activity, our project applied and was selected for the mentor program – Lisbon Challenge – which will run for three months (from beginning of May till the end of July) in the capital of Portugal. From the last program, some startups got investments from Seedcamp London and two more got into the YCombinator.
CEO Ihor Pidruchny and CTO Olga Moskal will represent socionics.io on the international level as the target markets of the company are the countries of North America and Europe. The program incubator held a number of activities to assist in building a business strategy: mentor program, workshop, pitching sessions and networks. The biggest events will be Prototype Day, Venture Day and Investors Day, where socionics.io will be present for the potential investors and future customers. The development of the company will be monitored by the method of Lean LaunchPad Central that belongs to Steven Blank and will help to get additional insights for the company development and will enable to learn how to evaluate their potential after the program completion.
The finalists of the Lisbon Challenge will take part in the international tour (London, São Paulo, and Boston) where will take place a meeting with the venture capital community and a visit to the startup hubs and offices of well-known technology companies.
Socionics.io is a tool which helps to form a well workable team and to build among its members the most effective communication. This technology is based on the principle of the socionics science which helps to determine the sociotype of a person. The team of the project is from Lviv and consists of eight persons: CEO, CTO, two specialists of socionic science, CMO and three developers.
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