It’s the second year of operation for TechStars London and the accelerator has just named the 11 companies in its 2014 cohort — which this year come from eight different countries including the U.S., Estonia, Germany, Spain, Israel, Ireland, South Korea and the UK.
Last year’s debut TechStars London cohort included several fintech companies but our favourite, OP3Nvoice, played in the search sphere — offering APIs that make voice and video data searchable by translating its audio to text.
TechStars London’s Jon Bradford said applications to this year’s program numbered around 1,500 — pushing up on the ~1,300 received last year, continuing to demonstrate the global pull of the TechStars brand.
Companies gaining a place on the 2014 program include several that have attracted funding already. Five of the 11 have already raised $4 million in total. The cohort also includes two previously successful entrepreneurs. And the entire…
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