Here are 10 startups that received the biggest investments

The 10 largest investments made in Serbian start-ups in 2021 amounted to $92.35 million.

Most of that money, $58 million, was raised by the startup Tenderly, which creates platforms for developers, teams and companies that want to build innovative blockchain products.

Another company on the list is Connect the Dots, with $15 million raised, which is developing a network intelligence platform that uses artificial intelligence to map and manage corporate connections, followed by Orgnostic, a company that has developed a platform for human resources analysis, with $ 5m raised./

Next on the list is All.Art, an online platform where artists can exhibit, research, buy and sell their work, with $4.5m raised, followed by Solrise which has developed three products on Solana’s blockchain and raised $3.4m and Kriptomat with $2.5m.

Anari AI, the first online chip factory on the cloud which has developed a platform for the use and design of custom AI chips, secured $2 million in investments the previous year.

Trickest, a startup that develops a cloud-based platform to find weaknesses in enterprise systems, raised $1.4 million, while the last two companies on the list, Joberty, a platform for advertising IT jobs and sharing impressions about companies in the ecosystem, and Tapni, which makes smart business cards, secured $350,000 and $200,000 in investment respectively.

“Currently, we see that in terms of the amount of investment, the startup scene is dominated by companies engaged in the blockchain technology segment, which is a direct indicator that there are quality startups in this sector, in which we have also been recognised in recent years globally. Although this trend is positive, based on the activities in the ecosystem aimed at the growth and development of startups and support programmes, we expect that other segments will appear in the list of startups with the highest investments too,” says Nataša Škrbić, the startup ecosystem programme director of the Digital Serbia initiative.

(Blic, 04.08.2022)


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