Mola Invests €255K in Seven Startups

According to Loogic, Mola, the Spanish internet incubator and accelerator, has invested €255k in seven startups in 2013.

Have a look at the startups. They are:, an online platform for tailored suits and shirts. Founded in 2012 by Joel Joli, Robert Cabrera and Sergio Luaces, the company has also received a loan from ENISA and angel funding from Damià Castells.
Bodeboca, a flash sales club for wine. Founded in 2010 by Nathanaël Berbessou and Grégory Bulckaert, Bodeboca currently has over 100.000 members ansd aims to expand abroad during 2013.
Botize, a platform to automatically create new functions and features to Twitter accounts to offer additional services to followers. Founded by Juan Salvador Sánchezand Patricia Bárcena, the service has over 37,000 users.
–, an online grocery service backed by a loan from ENISA.
– Minderest, a pricing intelligence platform developed by Antonio Tomás Pujante, Juan Sánchez Sierra and José María García Abril (read FinSMEs’ news).
– Notorious, a marketplace to obtain personal advice from top fashion influencers. The company has received 130k from founders David Martín, Álvaro Jiménezand and Amanda Graber, angel investor Eneko Knorr and
– Gossip, a local network where friends and strangers tell each other what’s going on around them. It was founded by Ignacio Espada and Oriol Blanc.



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