Who’s joining Lisbon Challenge Spring’15? (Part II)

In the beginning of the month, Lisbon Challenge revealed 12 startups that had already been selected to join the Spring’15 edition of the acceleration program and we let you know.

SEE ALSO: Who’s joining Lisbon Challenge Spring’15? (Part I)

Now, the last ones were announced. The program will receive 22 startups from all around the world, and here you can see the last ones joining.

Pknoa (Portugal) – A simple way to keep track of everything.

Ahorro.net (Spain) – an online personal finance advisor that suits your expenses and your lifestyle so you get the most out of your money.

Loyaly (UK) – An integrated solution to track customers’ behaviors and reward them.

Fidility (Spain) – A mobile app for brands to build loyal customers and send targeted campaigns and for users to carry their loyalty cards, promos or stamp cards all in one place.

Xceed (Spain, Italy) – A global platform for nightlife event organizers and party goers.

Clinkpic (Portugal) – Lets you add interactive content to your images, offering your audience a whole new experience.

pyevent (Portugal) – To promote your event online.

Zendag (Portugal) – Engages citizens in collective decision making.

Todai (Portugal) – A Geo Marketing Platform providing analytics and other tools for mobile and web adverstizing.

Eduke.me (Portugal) – Learn specific skills in less than one hour.

Tap2 (Portugal) – Re-defining the dining experience from digital menus to mobile payments.

You can see the final list of participants and keep updated on all the details at Lisbon Challenge’s website. And you still can join the kick off event on march 30th where you can meet the entrepreneurs that will have access to over 1000 and workshops and mentoring sessions provided by 200 mentors.

You can also try to predict which 10 top startups will go to an investor roadshow in 4 of the following cities: Lisbon, London, Boston, San Francisco, NYC, São Paulo and Tel Aviv. Only one of those will get the opportunity to receive further investment of up to $200.000 in covertible note from Caixa Capital. Let the games begin…