Yesterday at IT Arena – the biggest IT event in Eastern Europe, Bridge to MassChallenge Warsaw, together with its diamond partner PKO Bank Polski and Kredo Bank awarded Docsify – a B2B startup – a wildcard entry to join Finalists of the Bridge to MassChallenge Warsaw startup competition for CEE startups.

Docsify is an engagement based sales automation platform which enables users to track & score prospect activity and behavior. Featuring engagement scoring, email tracking and document tracking as well as content analytics and team analytics, Docsify is a powerful tool that helps salespeople to take the right sales actions based on recipient’s behavior.

Docsify will join 24 other Finalists of the Bridge to MassChallenge Warsaw startup competition. Applications for Bridge to MassChallenge Warsaw are still open.

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Most promising 25 startups – Bridge to MassChallenge Warsaw finalists from CEE and beyond will take part in a 4-day bootcamp in Warsaw. During the workshops, with support from top mentors from U.S., participants will face challenges related to moving from early-stage startup to scale-up phase and verifying effectiveness of resources, that are indispensable in scaling a business. The top 10 finalists will fly to Boston in February to participate in 4-days of workshops and meetings. In the U.S., entrepreneurs from Central and Eastern Europe will have a chance to participate in a series of meetings with representatives of global companies, world-class mentors, and business partners in order to verify their growth plans in practice.

About the program

Bridge to MassChallenge Warsaw is a program dedicated to startups that are already established in the market: their products have been validated, they have market traction, and are ready to scale up their business. The only limits for participants are upper-limit thresholds – annual revenues not exceeding $ 2 million and equity based funding of not more than $ 1 million.

In Central and Eastern Europe MassChallenge has partnered with PKO Bank Polski – the largest bank in the region, and Foundation for Technology Entrepreneurship – the operator of MIT Enterprise Forum Poland. Additionally, program has teamed up with a number of community partners from local startup ecosystems across CEE.

Global accelerator

MassChallenge is one of the world’s largest accelerator programs, with a rich history of helping startups achieve dynamics and growth. Over the seven years of its existence, 1 211 startups, that have gone through the intensive accelerator program, have raised over $ 2 billion in funding, generated revenue of $ 900 million, and created over 65,000 jobs.