Sunday International Column: Startups around the world #21

Startups around the world is Sunday column series created with the ambition to unite the entrepreneurial community around the world by introducing to the audience different startups on weekly basis. The purpose of this column is to improve our knowledge of what is being created by entrepreneurs around the world, to expand our network, to get informed and hopefully inspired.


Founded in May 2014, this Irish-based startup is changing the way nutritionists and fitness professionals do business by helping them to connect better with their clients in order to save time, expand their client network and increase revenues.



Launched in 2014, Linkfire is Copenhagen-based startup that provides smart links for music marketing and automatically helps to create intelligent links that connect the fans to the music they like and the apps they need.



Kytabu is a startup from Africa, which makes learning affordable, convenient, relevant and accessible for everyone. It is a leasing application for textbooks that are preinstalled on a device that is affordable for middle class and low income families.

Expect more startup presentations next Sunday. If you wish to see specific company that you are fascinated by on our list or simply you want to introduce your own startup to the world, do not hesitate to post your suggestion in the comment section.

─ March 22, 2015