MAKER FAIRE 2017, THE INTERVIEWS TO “IL MESSAGGERO” AND RAI4, AND THE STARTUP EUROPE AWARDS
It has been a week since the end of the Maker Faire and 2017 Premio Cambiamenti, foodiestrip would like to consider the Roman experience before the the Startup Europe Award final
It’s been a week since the final of Premio Cambiamenti and Maker Faire. We have already had the chance to talk about the first one, while we would like to do a little recap of the fair which will bring us to introduce the Startup Europe Award, a prize where foodiestrip will take part on December 12.
But let’s follow the steps.
During the Maker Faire we had the chance to talk with different users, from the teacher that is not really familiar with technology to the recruiter with a Phd.
What we could notice is the interest that people has in foodiestrip idea, that would like to bring reliability and the same level of knowledge of culinary guides to match the rapidity and the user-friendly characteristics of the app.
Foodiestrip, so, would like to be an app for everybody, without giving up to quality. Some ideas got stronger while we will re-discuss some others, thanks to our foodie-user considerations.
At the end of the fair there was another good news: foodiestrip was invited to take part at the Italian final of the most important prize for startups in Europe, the Startup Europe Awards.
Organized by the European Commission, the final that will take place in Turin on December 12 and it will give the possibility to have access at the grand finale in Brussels next spring.
We will go back on this topic very soon. Meanwhile you can find two interviews that during the fair, the foodiestrip CEO, Fabrizio Doremi and the content manager, Pierluigi Capriotti gave to “Il Mesaggero” and Rai 4.
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