28. October 2022

JENTIS wins the EIT Challenge 2022

20 European scaleups pitched for the main prize in one of Europe's major pitch competitions. JENTIS gains access to the EIT's prestigious accelerator program.

JENTIS has won the final pitch of the EIT Digital Challenge 2020 held in Brussels, Belgium, gaining access to the EIT accelerator program and to its network of investors.

The European Institute of Innovation & Technology held its startup competition for the 9th time this year intending to find and support fast-growing European companies in a deep-tech field with “a differentiating product offering that leverages sophisticated, hard-to-reproduce digital technologies.”

Since its launch in 2014, the competition has received thousands of applications from more than 33 European countries. The winners have in many cases moved on to find success in international markets.

Out of all applications in 2022, 20 companies were invited to Brussels to pitch to a panel of investors and experts and participate in matchmaking activities with invited corporates and investors.

Co-CEO Klaus Mueller pitched JENTIS’ server-side tracking solution that helps businesses capture higher-quality data while becoming fully GDPR compliant – eliminating a trade-off that has been haunting the digital marketing industry since the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation in 2018. In his pitch, Mueller put special emphasis on this fact as the event’s location can be considered the “birth place” of GDPR.

JENTIS will leverage the experience and network gained through the accelerator program to support the rapid international growth of the company.

LINK: EIT Digital Challenge

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