8 emerging media startups you should check out

8 emerging media startups you should check out

Every year, The Next Web holds hundreds of interviews with young startups in order to shortlist the cream of the crop and invite them to Boost, our early-stage growth program at TNW Conference.

The applications for Boost are now closed, and we’re proud to have 200 of the world’s hottest starts startups ready to show 9,400 tech influencers, investors and journalists the next game-changers. Missed your chance to apply? Startups can still attend TNW Conference by buying tickets here.

This week, we’re bringing you eight emerging startups ready to disrupt the media landscapeSo whether you’re looking for a striking, affordable design or want to place an ad where everyone can see it, you’re bound to find a company that’ll improve your media presence.

Check out the eight companies that have been invited to participate below, and be sure to catch them, along with 192 other great startups, at TNW Europe in May.




From: London, UK

Glownet aims to revolutionise the live event experience for promoters, festival goers, caterers and sponsors.



From: Amsterdam, Netherlands

Autheos is the free-to-use, open video distribution network that automatically places brands’ product videos on all connected webshops.


FIU Barcelona

From: Barcelona, Spain

FIU Barcelona showcases the emerging creatives from Barcelona. Representing & producing with the future of creativity.



From: London, UK

Symvo offers high end design at low end prices – because design should be available to the people, not as a luxury, but as a competitive advantage.

From: Ipswich, UK
Industry experts use Infabode to create and discover tailored information from within their specialist areas.
From: Hilversum, Netherlands
Koeck offers the most premium position for a mobile ad: on the lock screen of a smartphone.
From: Netherlands
H5mag is a simply great design platform that allows brand-owners and designers to easily create their own, amazing-looking online magazines.
From: UK
Cronycle is a content research platform for professionals; create actionable intelligence in your teams.


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