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Eight Austrian startups in NYC

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The program for the startups encompasses visits to accelerators, incubators and venture capital companies, insights into the startup ecosystem in New York as well as fundraising and growth strategies for the USA. The thematic focus was on the selection of candidates from the fields of SaaS, Fintech, Adtech, media, life sciences and Medtech, e-commerce tech and Edutech. The eight companies travelling to New York were the startups GlucoTab (blood sugar management for Type 2 diabetes patients), T3K Forensics,  Piur Imaging (3D imaging), VisionX (open source platform for App design), x.news (research tool), Cozyo (PropTech), Rewellio (rehabilitation of patients who suffered a stroke) and Ondewo  (AI-based chatbots and language assistants).

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