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Greek Startup among Europe's Top 15

The Greek startup Syncbnb was selected among 507 European startups to participate in the EU-Startups Summit in Barcelona on April 24th and to present its services to a large audience.
Startuppers, serial entrepreneurs, fund managers, angel investors and technology fans from all over Europe will gather at Auditori AXA for the competition of the top young entrepreneurs.
A select panel of judges will choose the top European startup for 2018 between 15 startups that create innovation in e-commerce, tourism, insurance, communication and other markets.
Syncbnb is the brainchild of Alexander Karavitis (CEO) and Petros Ziogas (CTO). Syncbnb; whicih was launched in 2017, offers a calendar synchronization tool for vacation rental home owners who want to list their property on multiple channels (Airbnb, Homeaway,, TripAdvisor, etc.) and need a tool to help them avoid double bookings. It combines Advanced AI and Human Quality Assurance.
Syncbnb targets a global audience, has clients from 78 countries and was funded by 6 well-known Greek angel investors. The service costs €13 per rental per month.
There is a 30 day free trial which is available at

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