Estonian World Surveys Latest Names in Startup Sector ({{commentsTotal}})

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When talk turns to the Estonian startup scene, sometimes the same heavyweights get name-dropped. A piece in a London-based online magazine has 10 examples of innovations that are happening now.

DonateIT – "Basically you can compete with your friends on how many lives you have saved," writes Estonian World.

Jobbatical – connects skilled professionals and companies looking for their expertise in six- to 12-month stints.

Wellbiome – a health app, currently in beta, that offers scientific personalized dietary recommendations based on the microflora in a person’s gut.

Taxify – a taxi dispatch platform for taxi companies and drivers, a mobile app for clients for ordering any taxi instantly, without hassle.

Rahu – The name means "calm." If an elderly relative has fallen and can't get up, it alerts the family and sends the data to its monitoring center.

Read more details and see the other five on Estonian World.



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