Library House, a Cambridge based research firm, just published The Mediatech 100. It is a list with the 100 hottest private media technology companies from Europe. These companies were selected after extensive research by an expert advisory panel of 20 most prominent mediatech investors and experts in Europe.
This is their top 10:
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1. Flirtomatic United Kingdom
A fast-paced messaging platform, entertainment and dating.
2. MOO Print United Kingdom
MOO Print is a printing company, producing a variety of printed products (cards, stickers etc) based on users’ photograps.
3. Where Are You Now? United Kingdom
Where Are You Now (WAYN) is a social networking community which emphasises the formation of contacts between travellers around the world.
4. Dailymotion France
DailyMotion is a destination website hosting user-generated videos.
5. King.com United Kingdom
Midasplayer.com Ltd runs the King.com website, a successful casual gaming site where players compete against opponents from around the world.
6. Sulake Finland
A free-to-use, browser-based virtual world in which players customise an avatar character and its room in a virtual hotel.
7. Playfish United Kingdom
Playfish develops and publishes games for integration into social networks.
8. Blyk Finland
Blyk is an advert-funded mobile telecoms network for 16-24 year olds.
9. Plastic Logic United Kingdom
Plastic Logic has developed a low-power, flexible display, initially for use in the company’s portable document reader.
10. Stardoll Sweden
Stardoll is an online community website and browser game aimed at people aged 9-17 who are interested in fashion.
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