Phnom Penh Post: Database of Kingdom startups ready for launch. “Startup Cambodia, a collaborative platform set to officially launch next month, aims to create a comprehensive and accessible database of Cambodia’s startup companies to help entrepreneurs tap into early-stage funding, a spokesman for the company spearheading the project said yesterday. The platform is the brainchild of online startup and technology-focused media outlet Geeks in Cambodia and will initially serve as a basic database for information on registered startups and potential angel investors.”
FoodDive: Global database matches agrifood projects with resources. “A new global database, which went public Monday, is designed to assist innovative food and agriculture startups with finding early-stage resources such as incubators and accelerator programs to help them grow.”
TechCrunch: Google brings its resources for founders and startups to a single site. “Google launched ‘Startup with Google’ today, a new site that brings together all the company’s resources for founders and their startups. As the name implies, the focus here is on Google’s own tools, services and initiatives (think everything from Firebase and Android Studio to Analytics and Google’s various cloud security tools), but the site also highlights accelerators and events sponsored by Google but run by third parties. In addition, the new site also showcases Google’s network of Campus coworking spaces and its Launchpad accelerator programs.”
Irish Times: Start-up database to reveal Ireland’s tech movers and shakers. “A new public database aimed at providing a detailed portrait of Ireland’s start-up scene is about to go live. The initiative aims to map, track and showcase innovation across the Republic to give a full overview of the Irish technology ecosystem.”
PRNewswire: Zirra Opens its Startup Insights Report Database for the Public (PRESS RELEASE). “Zirra, a startup that has developed AI and machine learning technology to analyze the private tech market, is opening its Startups Spotlight Report database to the public, which includes a collection of data and insights on startups, free of charge. You will now be able to search for any company – public or private – and immediately get a Zirra Spotlight Report. These reports will be automatically generated using our proprietary tech to create a report at the touch of a button.” I tried this for three slightly less well-known companies – Twilio, Nuzzel, and PicMonkey – and it popped every time.
Now available: a database of Irish technology companies. “A beta version of Tech Ireland — an initiative from the Dublin Commissioner for Startups — is live with profiles of more than 500 startups, as well as details of 90 venture capital funds which have invested in Ireland and 40 or so of the country’s startup hubs.”
A new database is focusing on startups in Estonia. “The new database…lists over 400 startups with Estonian founders with their basic information, such as a short description of the main idea, industry tags, amount of investments raised and the development stage. It is possible to sort the startups based on the different data fields, which makes it an easy and user-friendly tool for finding startups in specific industries and development phases.”