Adact, ATOM Mobility win €200,000 investments at Latitude59
Estonian Business Angels Network picked Adact and ATOM Mobility as winners at Latitude59, a rare startup and tech conference of 2020, with both teams getting 200,000 euros investments.
Estonian startup Adact enables agencies to create online interactive marketing campaigns without writing a single line of code. Latvian ATOM Mobility is an all-in-one solution for shared mobility helping entrepreneurs to launch their own vehicle sharing platforms in 20 days.
Latitude59, whose highlights included a session of Belarus startups from Minsk, focused on social responsibility and the various challenges of startups in times of crisis.
In 2020, the event took place both in-person in Tallinn as well as online, with close to 2,000 participants from 51 countries. During two days, 50 international speakers took the Latitude59 stage, 200 startups and 300 investors participated from Estonia and beyond.
“This year has been a difficult one for everyone, and this is why we saw the need to bring people from the startup community together – and not only physically, but also giving international entrepreneurs and investors the opportunity to take part online,” said Maarja Pehk, CEO of Latitude59.
Photos by Latitude59 2020, CoFounder Magazine