These are the seven startups in Plug and Play Spain’s sixth accelerator batch

- March 11, 2015

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Plug and Play Spain’s sixth accelerator program is underway, with seven startups that will refine and develop their products over the next few months in preparation for the program’s Expo Day, which will take place in Valencia in June.

Plug and Play Spain was launched in 2012 and so far it has invested in 46 startups that have raised €6 million in follow-on funding. Three of those 46 companies have been acquired, with notable exits like Ducksboard’s acquisition by New Relic, Lonely Planet buying TouristEye or Quolaw (vLex).

These are the seven startups chosen by Plug and Play:

  • Graphext: a platform for creating and exploring vertical knowledge networks from digital feeds, helping users find expertise in public conversations.

  • Luraki: mobile app that connects local farmers with consumers. Via the app users will be able to find the closest producers and info on where to buy their products.

  • Netbeast: the startup is currently developing Xway, a kind of router that allows apps to be installed in order to automate processes.

  • Relendo: marketplace to rent any kind of stuff from others, from cameras to bicycles.

  • Runator: app that allows importing users’ running data from multiple applications in a social environment.

  • Shipeer: an alternative to traditional courier companies, allowing users to ship and deliver stuff by relying on other traveling users.

  • Comprea: app to buy groceries from local stores. Think of Instacart but applied to the Spanish market.

Jaime Novoa

Jaime Novoa is the Founder of Novobrief. He is a technology writer turned investor at Madrid's K Fund. He was also a data analyst at