Most read articles in Transforming Business:

Read all articles

Two European start-ups named "startup of the day" on Microsoft's website for entrepreneurs
By: Kim Nielsen, Local Software Economy Lead
04 March 2010

Send EMail

As we’ve been doing for a few months now, we once again bring you European companies that have been selected as start-up of the day on Microsoft’s StartupZone, the online space for companies in BizSpark.

BizSpark is the Microsoft programme that helps start-ups by providing them with software and access to a huge network when they’re first getting going.

This time, the companies are Søborg Designs (that makes it two Danish start-ups in a month!) and KeyLemon of Switzerland. Søborg Designs is (so far) a one-man web development band, and we feature an interview with founder Michael Søborg Thomsen (who is only 17) KeyLemon develop personal biometric authentication technology such as face recognition to access online applications, trying to make life easier for people (like me, admittedly) who struggle to remember scores of logins and passwords. We feature an interview with Gilles Florey, Founder and CEO.