Wonderflow wins the EIT Digital Challenge 2019, Europe’s most prestigious competition for Deep Tech scaleups.
Amsterdam, November 7, 2019 – Wonderflow, the Dutch-Italian company, specialized in Customer Feedback Analytics, has been selected by EIT Digital, a leading European player in innovation and entrepreneurial education, as a winner of the renowned pan-European competition EIT Digital Challenge.
A total of 279 companies from 33 countries applied in five categories, strategically chosen with respect to major digital trends and European leadership potential. Wonderflow was announced as a winner in the category Digital Industry. The winners receive support from the EIT Digital Accelerator for a full year, as well as a cash investment to grow their businesses in Europe and beyond.
Riccardo Osti, CEO at Wonderflow: “Receiving recognition like this is an amazing tribute to the development Wonderflow has seen over the years. The combined effort from our team, our investors, and our customers have brought us to this point. It strengthens our determination and ambitions. Being in this competition with the top of the European scaleups has given us some great insights!”
EIT Digital, about Wonderflow: “Wonderflow has an outstanding product and technology, better than any other competitor in their field. We also love their company culture, focused on diversity and inclusion. We believe that it could become the next European unicorn.”
Wonderflow offers Europe’s leading solution to turn the Voice of the Customer into actionable insights. The product, the Wonderboard, is used by 20+ Fortune 100 companies to improve products, services, marketing, and customer care. Wonderflow uses a complex mix of natural-language-processing and predictive technologies to analyze data from over 200 different sources in over 13 different languages.
About the EIT Digital Challenge
The EIT Digital Challenge takes place for the sixth consecutive year. Since its launch in 2014, the competition has received a grand total of 2100 applications from 35 countries. While it initially targeted startups, the EIT Digital Challenge has evolved to become Europe’s flagship competition for deep tech scaleups in digital.
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