Tag: startups

It’s over 6 months now since Datamolino received €500 000 seed investment from the Slovak Innovation and Investment Fund, so I wanted to take a moment to share what that’s meant for us as startup and myself as an entrepreneur. Snapshot Since our investment we left beta testing and launched in Slovakia and the Czech Republic. WeRead More »

Last week I was asked to speak at the Shift Conference in Split, Croatia, something that was both humbling and exciting at the same time. I was humbled to share the same stage as Mike Butcher (TechCrunch), Justin Kan (Y Combinator), Semyon Dukach (TechStars), and Marcus Segal (ex-Zynga); I wasRead More »

After the first day at the Shift Conference in Split yesterday, I wanted to share some words of wisdom I learnt from an impressive presentation by Marcus Segal. Marcus was most recently the COO of social game company Zynga, he spent six years there and was instrumental in its success.Read More »

Since we started Datamolino we have been focussed on validating every aspect of our product. We work hard to ensure our ideas, and their implementation, are accurate and have worth. Put simply, validation for any enterprise comes in the form of data that shows how potential risks have been managed. We know that this process is vital for every business to help it thrive.Read More »

Project DataMolino is our logical step after our successful project by square. With by square we have standardise the encoding of payment and invoice data into QR codes, saving hours for consumers when initiating invoice payments and providing much needed accuracy for accountants when processing incoming invoices.Read More »