Musiversal wins ‘most promising startup’ award

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Musiversal, which enables musicians to produce works with other musicians from around the world via live broadcast was considered the ‘Most Promising Startup’ of the Road to Web Summit, a programme powered by Startup Portugal.

Windcredible, which has developed eolic micro-generators for the urban environment, was the best performer at bootcamp. All told €20,000 was attributed.
“We are open to investment and to scale up to become the next Portuguese unicorn”, said Xavier Jameson, co-founder and COO of Musiversal, winner of ‘Most Promising Startup’.
The project, which already has 35 musicians — one of them Ukrainian – enables music creators to produce their works using artists from all over the world via live broadcast. It won €15,000.
Windcredible, which created eolic micro-generators for urban, industrial and rural applications, won the startup award with the best performance at bootcamp and received €5,000. The micro-generator with the capacity of producing 2.7 MWh per annum, half of the energy needs of a home — “should be ready for commercialisation as soon as possible”, says founder Filipe Fernandes.
This edition of Road 2 Web Summit received 200 applications from which 100 were selected, 55% from Lisbon, and the others from other parts of the country. Of these 25% are impact startups, founded by minorities that are under-represented in the Portuguese entrepreneurial community or by founders impacted by the war in Ukraine. All told the startups have already raised €11 million.