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Norway’s most promising startups

Written by - 17.01.2015 - kl. 16.29

 

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The NSE alumni startups Dirtybit and Assitech were this week listed in Teknisk Ukeblad, as two of Norway’s most promising startups for 2015. Dirtybit with their online games Funrun and Funrun 2 have received worldwide attention and had in 2014 a revenue exceeding 23 million NOK. The game Fun Run enables people to race together online in real-time, and with their games they established a new market for multiplayer games in the mobile space. For more info, visit dirtybit.no

AssiTech develops AssiStep, the walker in the stairs, giving elderly and people with reduced mobility the security and support to climb stairs themselves. The company successfully sourced investors through an equity crowdfunding in 2014, and the product was launched and tested in the autumn of 2014. AssiTech AS aims to expand internationally the coming years, developing and selling aids to help people stay active and independent. For more info, see startups  and assistep.no