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Jun 12, 2023

Introducing the newest cohort of startups joining the Aiven Cluster Startup Program

Aiven believes in paying back to the startup community - it's where we come from. Read on to find out about the latest companies to join our Cluster Startup Program.

Andra Nuta

Andra Nuta

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Program Manager at Aiven

We are thrilled to announce the latest batch of innovative startups joining the Aiven Cluster Startup Program.

Here at Aiven, we are committed to supporting and empowering emerging companies in their journey towards success. We’ve been in their shoes in our early days and we understand the importance of optimizing resources and the support that trusted partners offer. Participating in startup programs as a young company and utilizing the credits and expertise we received through these programs was instrumental to our success. That's why we're dedicated to giving back to the startup community. By offering engineers access to our open source data platform, we want to help them prioritize product development and unleash their potential.

With this new cohort, we are welcoming new startups to the cast. So, without further ado, let's meet the 8 remarkable startups that have joined the Aiven Cluster family!

  • Timeplus (United States) Headquartered in Santa Clara, California, Timeplus are developing an innovative streaming SQL database and real-time analytics platform.

  • Matchmade (SharkPunch Oy) (Finland) help advertisers and YouTube creators work together in a better way so advertisers can focus on results and creators on content their audiences love.

  • Alvin (Estonia) Alvin’s mission is to enable teams of all sizes to improve the quality and usability of their data. Their core data lineage technology automatically builds and maintains a highly accurate dataset that represents the connection between columns, tables, dashboards, jobs, ML models and people.

  • Resourcify (Germany) provides an operating system for recycling and waste management. They’re connecting companies and recyclers together to make recycling easy, fast and affordable - with one software for all locations, recyclers, containers, and waste streams.

  • Vest (Mexico) want to empower Latin America to build its financial future by making investing simple, accessible, and transparent for all. They make it magically simple to open an investment account in the U.S., put dollars in that account, and invest in public equities through a combination of trading and managed portfolios.

  • Layer (Turkey) are providing an AI-assisted game asset generation platform.

  • Capply (Sweden) offers a digital freight platform for non-contracted loads, addressing the inefficiencies in today’s freight market.

  • Sidos (Finland / United States) develops tools to design and troubleshoot Wi-Fi networks. Sidos has a hardware device, an app and a cloud backend to collect and process the measurement data. This allows non-experts to troubleshoot networks and frees the expert users from the burden of always traveling to the target site since many operations can be done in the cloud.

As part of the program, the startups will unlock up to $100,000 credits to spend on Aiven's powerful open source data platform, expert technical support, a community of like-minded entrepreneurs and opportunities to participate in events and media appearances together with Aiven.

We are excited to witness the growth and achievements of these startups as they leverage the Aiven Cluster's resources to scale their businesses and make a significant impact in their respective industries.

Interested? Learn more about the Aiven Cluster Startup Program!

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