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Who are the Romanian Women in Tech: A map with 10+ verticals, 30+ female founders

In the last three years, Romania has seen an increase in the number of startups founded or co-founded by female entrepreneurs. Today, The Recursive takes a look at the women tackling various verticals with technology and business skills. 

Take a look at which are the women shaping up niches like MedTech, EduTech, FinTech, TravelTech, FashionTech, AgriTech, e-Commerce Tech, AI, Software, and CleanTech. There’s a competitive market in Bucharest, with most of the funding being targeted towards niches like MedTech, e-Commerce, and AI.

Below you will see 10+ verticals and 50+ women in tech in Romania. The listing of the founders under each category has been done taking into account the year when they launched the company, from the oldest to the newest. 

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Carmen Sebe, SeedBlink's CEO

"At SeedBlink, we believe diversity is important. We value diverse perspectives and focus on building lasting, trusting relationships that transcend beyond the ‘immediate’ - with our team and our community. For all women in tech, if you want something, go get it. Be curious and challenge yourself. I am constantly learning as technology changes rapidly. Just like in investments, where diversification is key, I agree with the idea that building an experienced portfolio is more valuable than a career path because it allows you to constantly discover new experiences and roles and develop your identity. And you can ask for help by seeking out your community. I appreciate The Recursive's initiative to highlight ambitious women who are conquering tech territories and inspiring others along the way.”

This is only the beginning of mapping out the female startup ecosystem in Romania. Please feel free to contact The Recursive Newsroom with updates or names we should add to the list → [email protected]



"The MedTech Romanian ecosystem is increasingly diversifying by offering digital connection solutions in private health services and by emerging innovative players offering complementary solutions. Freedom of choice based on the information and type of support offered is essential. The Pandemic has proven to be a significant growth factor as it has accelerated access to telemedicine."
Women in Tech
Diana Enachescu
Co-founder of IziDoc

MedTech startups aim to innovate the market through products, services, and solutions that can save and improve human life. They offer prevention, diagnosis, monitoring, treatment, care, and analytics tools for health professionals to advance different verticals. The startups below come with solutions, like marketplaces, SaaS platforms, and B2C and B2B mobile apps. We gathered under the same category HealthTech startups, with fitness and nutrition solutions, as well. 

• Catrinel Hagivreta, co-founder and CEO of MEDIjobs (2015) – around €800K investment

MEDIjobs is a Bucharest-based marketplace for healthcare professionals. The solution aids health professionals with their job search by matching them with the right employers. They offer both a B2C platform for professionals looking for their next career, as well as professional advice; and a B2B platform for companies looking for the right employee to join their team. 

2022 goals: new Seed round.

• Diana Enachescu, co-founder and CEO of IziDoc (2018) – around €100K investment

IziDoc is a Bucharest-based B2B startup that provides employers a dentistry subscription for their employees. The solution aids both parties to enjoy special services and discounts, as well as promote top professionals on the market.

2022 goals: new in-app options for improved UX, launch a new type of dental subscription, and enter other medical segments.

• Andra Maria Vaduva, founder and CEO of Hiboo (2021) – investment N/A

Hiboo is a New York-based AI-powered Enterprise platform. It enables organizations to build psychologically safe work environments. The team targets companies that want to solve trust and safety issues in the workplace with the goal of improving turnover rates.

2022 goals: raising a €500K round, growing the team, continue building the product, and offering online training for HR departments. 

• Roxana Margan, co-founder and CEO of Oncochain (2019) – around €480K investment

Oncochain is a SaaS analytics tool with a team in Timisoara and Amsterdam. The solution helps the information flow between health providers and oncology professionals to reduce recruitment times in clinical trials. The oncology platform collects data from cancer patients to generate analytics that can aid healthcare providers to deliver personalized care.

2022 goals: international scaling in Bulgaria, Poland, Serbia, but also Africa and America.

• AnaMaria Onica, co-founder and CEO of VoxiKids (2019) – around €370K investment 

VoxiKids is a Bucharest-based SaaS platform and a mobile app aiming to digitize the speech therapy process for both children and adults. The team launched two products, VoxiKids mobile app, and VoxiClinic, the SaaS platform that wants to democratize access to therapy services.

2022 goals: strengthen their presence on the Romanian market, while tackling the English-speaking countries to offer all speech therapists their own digital office.

• Viviana Gradinaru, co-founder and member of the Board of Directors at Capsida Biotherapeutics (2019) – almost €120M investment

Capsida is an engineering platform that develops AAV (adeno-associated virus) therapies for patients with headquarters in Los Angeles, California, America. The team researches monogenetic and sporadic CNS (central nervous system) and non-CNS disorders and generates capsids that target tissues and cells in diseased organs. 

• Irina Paraschiv, co-founder and emotional health specialist at Acertivo (2020)  – around €150K investment

Acertivo is a Bucharest-based mental health platform that targets technical professionals. The solution assists people with their mental fitness via tested protocols developed in collaboration with psychologists.

2022 goals: to bring the Explore feature (the one that lets you explore Acertivo without any financial commitment) to tech teams in Romania and Europe and to shift company culture. 

• Adina Wanda Fiat, co-founder and CEO of Medinav (2020) – around €100K investment

MediNav is a Timisoara-based startup offering software for medical companies. The solution aims to deliver technology to hospitals and private practices to reduce the time spent on filling forms. The team uses AI for speech recognition, neuro-linguistic programming, and recommendation systems.

2022 goals: raise more seed rounds, scale in Romania, expand in the DACH area – Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.

• Adina Pintea, Eliza Stoica, Andreea Belenes, co-founders of (2020) – over €30K investment (bootstrapping) 

The Bucharest-based startup aims to promote mental health and wellbeing at work. It offers B2B companies the opportunity to reduce stress, anxiety, and depression for employees based on a monthly fee. Users are paired with a specialist for guidance. 

2022 goals: funding round, developing the solution, and driving mental health awareness.

• Alexa Vlad, co-founder of LEGEND (2020) – around Є200K investment

LEGEND is a Timisoara-based fitness tech startup aiming to bring sports to the next level. Their solution offers users a platform and the necessary gadgets to practice boxing safely and monitored.


„As the edtech market becomes more and more atomized in Europe, the winning solutions will be of those who manage to demonstrate day-to-day usage, thus overcoming the limited adoption rate of technology, which has slowed the transformation of education over the past decade. Integration will play a significant role in simplifying users’ access to several complementary tools, with one single login, and we will see more initiatives aimed at raising the digital competencies of teachers. I believe edtech players should be aware of the significant social responsibility bearing on their shoulders and prove their commitment to solving long-standing issues such as access to quality education, reducing school dropout rates, and diminishing the functional illiteracy rate.”
Evelina Necula
Co-founder of Kinderpedia

EduTech startups use technology to create tools and educational practices to enhance learning. With the help of SaaS platforms and mobile apps educational ecosystem players can make learning fun, fast, and functional with lower costs. 

• Evelina Necula, co-founder and CMO of Kinderpedia (2014) – around €2.7M investment

Kinderpedia is a Cluj and Bucharest-based SaaS platform and mobile app that aims to simplify the communication between kindergartens and primary schools’ parents and educational institutions. They offer a complete communication and management solution for real-time interactions and sharing options to save time, reduce paperwork, and focus on progress. 

• Adela Grigoriu, co-founder of Code of Talent (2017) – around €455K investment

Code of Talent is a Bucharest-based educational SaaS platform that targets both corporations, as well as educational institutions. Their aim is for users to learn in 3-7 minutes chunks. Their studies show that microlearning increases development while cutting costs in half compared to traditional programs.  

• Raluca Bacinschi-Stratulat, co-founder and CEO of iziBac (2017) – around €160K investment

IziBac is a Bucharest-based gamification learning mobile app. The team aims to improve the Romanian high school national exam outcome by facilitating the learning process. They focus on modern, fun, and multimedia content to create a unique experience for students.

2022 goals: market growth, new content, and functionalities, partnerships with NGOs, a new round of investment for international scaling.

• Alexandra Badea, co-founder of She is Mom (2019) – around €100K investment

She is Mom is a Bucharest-based EdTech platform for women. The team is on a mission to connect women, especially mothers, that want to change careers, learn skills, or launch new ventures, with mentors to help them achieve their targets. The platform also targets B2B by helping companies recruit new team members. 

2022 goals: €1M investment; platform, apps, and team development, US expansion.

• Petruta Tuliga, founder and CEO of Parentool (2019) – around €5K investment (bootstrapping)

Parentool is a Cluj-based e-learning mobile app for parents. The solution aims to connect mothers and fathers with specialists and discover personalized content for their children.

2022 goals: the official launch and reach 10K clients.

• Florina Dumitrache, co-founder of (2020) – over €200K investment 

CyberEDU is a Bucharest-based e-learning platform. The team aims to increase and improve cybersecurity skills by offering B2B and B2C users practical cybersecurity tools inspired by real-life scenarios. 

2022 goals: partnerships with academic institutions in Romania, series of career paths to support cybersecurity specialists.

Laura Ion and Oana Hagiescu, co-founders of Parentropolis (2021) – around €5K investment (bootstrapping)

Parentropolis is a Bucharest-based e-learning platform. Their solution targets mothers and fathers looking to upgrade their parenting skills with online classes. It comes as an educational alternative to keep up with the child’s development until the age of 15 years old.

2022 goals: develop the platform to offer new courses and webinars based on a monthly subscription, and grow the market towards corporate-targeted services.


“The Romanian fintech landscape has been on a growth trend. But it has a big gap to overcome between rural and urban areas when it comes to adopting digital services in finance. I see this as both an opportunity and a challenge. The opportunity is that there is ample space to improve and grow in an industry that is already taking over consumer habits and has been in focus with local and European regulators. At the same time, we know this will not be an easy task to challenge. The upside of fintech is that once the consumer has adopted a digital path and trusts the journey, he will never return to his old ways of banking.”
Diana Seredenciuc
Co-founder of Bankata

Fintech startups use technology to automate and digitalize financial services. In Romania, this niche has been gaining some traction, but companies still face a few challenges. Read more about that in What is new on Romania’s Fintech Map article. 

• Ioana Hasan, co-founder and Product Manager at SmartBill (2007) – around €1M investment

SmartBill is a Sibiu-based company that offers invoice software for small businesses. The SaaS solution comes with billing options, inventory management, and can be accessed from anywhere. It is 50% owned by the Norwegian Visma Group.

2022 goals: improve the SmartBill ecosystem through new integrations, eliminating as much of the manual labor as possible.

• Diana Seredenciuc, co-founder and CEO of Bankata (2020) – around €180K investment 

Bankata is a Bucharest-based platform that aims to make financial products accessible. Their solution comes with free tools and tips from professionals to improve personal finances.

2022 goals: focus on business development and a new funding round.

• Annemarie Fabian, co-founder of SOLO (2020) – around €300K investment

Bucharest-based SOLO is the first mobile app that helps entrepreneurs register as sole traders. Lawyers, doctors, and creative freelancers can use the system to create their company, invoices, and keep up with their accounting and state files. 

2022 goals: reach 10K users and a new investment round in the spring.


"There are two major trends valid worldwide: experiential travel and domestic travel due to Covid 19. This summer, Romanians preferred traveling inside the country, having a focus on quality and exploration. The current booking platform landscape doesn't fit the needs of the key consumers. The generic platforms have a "one size fits all" approach, which is scalable, but doesn’t address experience seekers. Hyper Specialized platforms have emerged as an alternative, focusing on a niche: local, adventure, luxury. The players in the Travel Tech sector will have to address the consumers' key needs when it comes to finding and planning a trip: time-saving, value, and customizability."
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Raluca Jianu
Co-founder of Epicvisits

Travel technology startups use technology to digitalize the travel process while saving time and lowering costs. Bookings, inventory, payments, and back-office operations are available on one platform to have a better flow of communication between users and companies. 

• Anca Goron, founder and CEO of doorie (2016) – investment N/A

Doorie is a hotel management and engagement platform based in Warsaw, Poland. The AI solution targets staff to deliver a personalized experience and improve the hospitality industry both for B2B as well as B2C players.

2022 goals: adapting the platform to meet the needs of the market with a focus on the Middle East and the South-East Asia area.

• Raluca Jianu, co-founder of Epicvisits (2020) – around €150K investment 

Epic Visits is a Bucharest-based booking platform for touristic experiences. The solution uses users’ personalized lifestyles to offer self-service trips. The team says the project is a hybrid between a travel agency and a booking platform.


Fashion technology startups use innovative solutions, both physical and digital, from materials to designs, and tools, to bring manufacturing, transportation, and retail into the future. With this, ecosystem players aim to control waste, offer sustainable solutions, and a better shopping experience.

• Adriana Ancuta, co-founder and CEO of RE-COLLECTIONS (2020) –  investment N/A

RE-COLLECTIONS is a B2C Bucharest-based AI personal fashion stylist. The solution aims to offer personalized digital shopping recommendations based on the user’s body shape and preferences, such as colors and styles. It will work in real-time to match women with the best items for them.

• Maria Sas, founder of Sustainibli (2020) – investment N/A

Sustainibli is a Bucharest-based B2B community platform for the fashion industry’s professionals. The solution is targeting both students and companies to have a better communication flow to innovate the niche.


Agricultural technology startups use technology to produce more food with fewer resources, to digitize and automate the farming process via field monitoring. While some companies develop sustainable food for animals, others use satellites to create maps for a better future.

• Dafina Jeaca, co-founder of OGOR (2019) – investment N/A 

OGOR is a Bucharest-based monitoring service for farmers. Their solution is based on satellite intel and algorithms to have a better communication flow with users. They aim to build a live-journal farming field since 2017 to aid farmers to predict the future.


PropTech startups use technology to bring innovation to the real estate market. Amongst their solutions, there are projects digitizing spaces, management platforms, tools for monitoring, and sustainable solutions.

• Irina-Alina Constantin, co-founder and CEO of VAUNT (2018) – investment N/A

VAUNT is a Bucharest-based startup offering a platform and an app for real estate companies. Their solution aims to offer a scalable managing tool both for small and large firms.


“There are two big trends in Romania: the accelerated growth of e-commerce (and everything related to it), and the decrease of expected delivery times. These trends were not brought about by the pandemic context but were heavily accelerated by it. We are all moving towards a new concept called Q-commerce - which is e-commerce in its new, faster form. Getting something in under 1h - whether it is food, shoes, or some make-up - is turning from a nice-to-have possibility to a mandatory condition for online shopping. People want things faster, easier - all wrapped up in a nice experience.”
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Claudia Stroe
Co-founder of Beefast

E-commerce startups use technology to improve the already digital system. This can be done by offering mobile solutions, electronic transfers, stock, and team management, marketing, personalized customer support, as well as sustainable delivery solutions. 

• Xenia Muntean, co-founder, and CEO of Planable (2016) – around €1M investment 

Planable is a platform connecting agencies and marketers that work with social media, based in London, England. Their solution is to simplify and speed up multiple-client digital campaigns by planning, visualizing, and approving posts. The tool, which can be used by e-Commerce companies as well, is similar to a social feed where everybody can collaborate in real-time. The aim is for teams to save time and focus on other workflows.  

2022 goals: double their revenue, extend the product, grow the team, and launch a new pricing model.

• Alexandra Anghel, co-founder and CTO of MorphL, which was acquired by Algolia, where she is now director of AI Engineering (2018 – 2021 merger year) – MorphL has had around €100K in investment

MorphL is a Bucharest-based AI platform for e-Commerce personalization. Their solution democratized access to AI with a suite of automated models that can be used by any company. They relied on machine learning to increase engagement and conversion rates. 

• Claudia Stroe, co-founder of Beefast (2019) – around €600K investment

BeeFast is a Bucharest-based delivery startup. Their solution aims to offer a fast B2B integration offline-to-online transition of services. The end goal is to move goods fast and efficiently, in around two hours. Their services include digital presence, delivery, and warehousing, to name a few. 

2022 plans: geographical expansion (4 more cities in Romania and one outside the country) and launching a delivery application between individuals (person to person) to move packages fast and easily.

• Roxana Balan, co-founder of FREYA Sense (2019) – investment N/A

FREYA is a Berlin-based customer intelligence platform. The solution is similar to an in-house behavioral scientist to motivate the users by offering a communication tool.

• Lisa Popovici, co-founder Cartloop (2020) – around €420K investment 

Cartloop is a conversational marketing platform for e-Commerce based in Los Angeles, California. Their solution is said to increase revenue by over 30%, thus lowering costs, with targeted customer support that recovers abandoned shopping carts. They address customers in real-time with tailored recommendations that give shoppers the feeling of a shopping assistant.


Artificial intelligence startups make it possible for machines – robots and chatbots, to learn from experience, adjust, and perform human-like repetitive tasks. These can be used in various niches, from mobility to mental health, and e-Commerce to name a few.  

• Lavinia Cojocaru and Andra Ciorici, co-founders of UiPath (2005) – almost €1.7B investment 

UiPath is a New York-based public company that develops RPA and AI software. Their target is for every person to have a robot to unlock growth potential. Their solution comes with an end-to-end platform with tools like AI, Process Mining, and Cloud to scale operations fast. 

• Elena Carstoiu, co-founder and COO of Hubgets (2011) –  almost €6M investment 

Hubgets is a Bucharest-based AI business instant communication platform. Their cloud solution offers instant communication via a chat, with file, voice, video, and screen sharing. With the use of AI, the experience turns into a personalized searchable tool that adjusts communication flows for better productivity.

• Alina Vandenberghe, co-founder, and CXO of Chili Piper (2016) – around €47M investment 

Chili Piper is a New York-based AI meeting platform built for sales teams. The solution enables leads to book online meetings or calls by filling out a form. The tool suggests available dates and hours to avoid back-and-forth emailing.  

2022 goals: double or triple their revenues.

• Liz Stefan, co-founder, and CEO of Nifty Learning (2017) – around €200K investment

Nifty Learning is an Iasi-based B2B training sessions scheduling software. Their solution helps companies save around 20% of their budgets to turn them into team investments to increase 50% of their efficiency. The platform offers the possibility of gathering intel about training needs, scheduling sessions, tracking budgets, and providing KPIs.

• Raluca Apostol, co-founder, and CPO of Nestor (2018) – investment N/A

Nestor offers an AI platform that transforms employees into successful coaches. The cloud-based solution uses science and leadership tools to promote a growth mindset and drive innovation remotely from San Francisco, America. 

• Andreea Plesea, co-founder and CRO of Druid Chatbot Platform (2018) – around €4.5M investment 

DRUID is a Bucharest-based AI-powered enterprise chatbot platform. Their solution enables the development of intelligent virtual assistants. Employees, clients, suppliers, and partners can have a digital assistant to aid with tasks on different devices. This can save time, increase data quality, and lower costs. 

• Iustina Faraon, co-founder and CEO of Coreto (2018) – investment N/A

Coreto is a Bucharest-based crypto projects research platform. The social platform gathers blockchain experts to help non-professional investors with their investment decisions in the niche. Their business model aims to educate investors to save time, validate influencers, create incentives for user engagement, and open communication.

• Sorina Vlasceanu, co-founder of Soleadify (2019) – around €1.2M investment 

Soleadify offers business data enrichment based on real-time updates. The Bucharest-based solution uses AI and Machine Learning to dig data and get more use out of it for companies that have SMB clients.

• Raluca Stefania Risnoveanu, co-founder and CTO of (2020) – around €150K investment 

Meetgeek is a Bucharest-based virtual meeting assistant. The team’s goal is to help teams participate effectively in meetings, save time, and boost productivity. The AI assistant joins conferences automatically via ZOOM, for example, to record, take notes, and send highlights to participants. 

2022 goals: product validation, new streamline functionalities, the second round of investment.


"In an ever-changing IT industry, we cannot remain stuck in complex processes and flows. I believe in simplification and automation, so that the teams can focus on the business goals rather than redundant work. Especially when you wish to keep up with the technology, the technical teams need to be able to easily access the IT hero solutions required in their journey."
Roxana Ciobanu
Co-founder of Bunnyshell

Software technology startups have developed platforms with the help of programming languages as tools to aid communication. This can be applied in-house to be used by teams, but also for digital events. 

• Anda Gansca, co-founder and CEO of Knotch (2013) –  around €30M investment 

Knotch is a New York-based content intelligence SaaS platform. The team helps CMOs and their teams measure their marketing content efforts in real-time. They also offer analysis and optimization tools for actionable insights.

• Madalina Seghete, co-founder and managing director or Branch (2014) – around €325M investment

Branch is a California-based startup that offers cross-platform linking. Their mobile marketing and deep linking solutions make brands communicate better with users to increase ROI.

• Elena Unciuleanu, founder and CEO of Reporting Center (2015) – undisclosed initial investment

Reporting Center is a Bucharest-based company offering reporting software solutions for the European banking market. The team aims to provide accuracy in the Regulatory Reporting for B2B by focusing on software development, implementation, maintenance, and support.

2022 goals: merger with another similar company, market diversification, AERO market listing, and partnership with a strategic investor to accelerate European scaling.

• Ana Maria Udriste, founder of Avocatoo (2016) – investment N/A

Avocatoo is a Bucharest-based platform that digitizes law services and democratizes access to information. Their solution makes it easier to understand this field and it offers technology integration to companies. The platform brings together law specialists and clients. 

• Andreia Arama, co-founder of Talent Browse (2016) – around €100K investment

Talent Browse is a Berlin-based IT recruitment platform. Their solution is to offer a database of vetted professionals by recruitment agencies and help candidates with their careers.

• Andreea Trif and Elena Filip, co-founders of MERO (2017) –  over €500K investment 

Mero is a Bucharest-based hair and beauty marketplace that aims to become a booking platform in CEE. Former Nova Booker, the MERO app is available in 50 cities in Romania and has over 700 beauty salons that users can choose from. The business model targets both B2B and B2C customers. 

2022 goals: consolidate the position of a market leader in Romania and expand internationally.

• Roxana Ciobanu, co-founder and CTO of Bunnyshell (2018) – around €2M investment 

Bunnyshell is a Bucharest-based environment-as-a-service platform. The solution makes it easy to create and manage full-stack environments in the cloud so teams can develop software faster and better. 

2022 goals: expansion plans – team and customer base, building an Environment-as -a-Service solution.

• Oana Manolache, founder and CEO of Introvoke (2018) – around €2.2M investment 

Introvoke is a San Francisco, California-based, SaaS platform that enables organizations to host their virtual programs on digital stages. The solution is secure and scalable both for virtual and hybrid stages, as well as chats and networking hubs with unlimited attendees.

• Ioana Anutoiu, a co-founder of Cruze (2019) – around €20K investment (bootstrapping) 

Cruze is a Bucharest-based carpooling app targeting B2B. The team aims to improve urban mobility by helping people commute to work, reduce pollution, and help co-workers interact. 

2022 goals: mobile apps, onboarding 10 companies, reach 10K users nationwide.

• Raluca Crisan, co-founder and CTO of ETIQ (2019) – investment N/A

ETIQ is a London-based building software that helps identify and mitigate algorithmic bias.

• Ana Lotts-Nicolau, co-founder of Echo (2021) – around Є300K investment

Echo is a Bucharest-based startup that provides audiobooks in Romanian and English. Their solution aims to bring books to people recorded by actors, performers, or vocal coaches.


“As EU Green deal mechanisms start to be enforced, sustainability becomes slowly a priority in Romania. We see a paradigm shift that will bring the topic into the mainstream. Sooner or later, all the big players will have to think about how can they comply with the law and stay competitive on the market. This is where sustainability startups come into play, bringing unconventional alternatives meant to be easily scaled.”
Women in Tech
Linda Vasilescu
Co-founder R-Create

Sustainability startups use technology to develop solutions with a more thoughtful footprint on the ecosystem and society. These can include carbon-free transportation alternatives, lower impact digital solutions, products for the circular economy, or eco-friendly packaging.

• Linda Vasilescu and Adina Huma, co-founders of R-Create (2018) – around €250K investment 

R-Create is a Bucharest-based platform that offers sustainable packaging solutions for e-Commerce players. They aim to help online retailers reduce waste, lower costs, and attract customers with a green policy. 

2022 goals: a new funding round.

• Mia Negru, co-founder and CRO of 2030 Builders (2018) – around €60K investment 

The startup based in Copenhagen, Denmark, is a sustainability engagement platform that targets B2B. The team wants to use technology, gamification and co-creation, to develop tools that employees can access for sustainable solutions that can solve Global Challenges. 

2022 goals: seed round of €500K.

• Madalina Ilie, founder of Manna Foods Solutions (2018) – investment N/A

Manna Foods Solutions is a Bucharest-based startup bringing innovation to the food niche with a 3D printing solution. Their product, titled Reebo, is a food printer that looks like a vending machine.

• Bianca Marian, founder of ReVive (2019) –  investment N/A

ReVive is a food packaging company that imports sustainable materials and is based in Baia Mare. Their solution aims to create a better future for humankind.

• Miruna Iliescu, founder of estiverde (2019) –  investment N/A

EstiVerde is a Bucharest-based sustainable e-Commerce platform. The team imports vegan-friendly and non-toxic products from EU countries, they use recycled packaging and deliver the products to customers by bicycles.

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