The Red Herring 100 Europe 2020 features CEOs and founders of innovative companies that are positioned to grow at an explosive rate. While only two startups made it to the list, this year six are representing Switzerland. These are:
Apiax AG, Fintech - helps companies in the open-banking and API-economy to transform complex financial regulations into easy-to-use digital compliance rules through its platform. The company combines comprehensive legal and compliance expertise with state-of-the-art technology to develop its Regtech and Legaltech solution.
Bond Mobility (smide), Mobility - is offering an E-bike sharing service. The company's e-bikes range among the fastest with high performance and cover a wide range of up to 8KM. Smide is backed by global automotive giant Denso and Ininvest along with other strategics.
iniVation, Hardware - is developing a bio-inspired neuromorphic vision technology offering unprecedented levels of speed and efficiency. The company's patented iniVation Dynamic Vision Platform is a unique combination of hardware and software. The company serves some of the top ten companies in automotive, consumer electronics and aerospace industries.
Mantu, Internet/Online - provides a range of services structured within 7 areas of expertise to enable businesses and entrepreneurs to achieve their goals and materialize their projects. Founded in 2015 in Geneva, the Mantu group is present in over 55 countries and brings together more than 6,500 people across 95 different nationalities.
Masha.ai (Push.ai LTD), Internet/Online - offers a chat solution which uses artificial intelligence to analyse consumer behaviour and propose brands and products that fit their profile & the occasion. Masha.ai is working with more than 1 800 brands and shops who jointly offer over 8.8 million products.
Open Mineral AG, Software - developed ‘Open Mineral Exchange’ (OME), the first B2B platform empowering buyers and sellers of base metal commodities to use technology to trade more efficiently.The company has more than 200 member companies from 39 countries.