This past Friday Tyba, a startup founded by IE Alumni, presented at the 41st edition of Betabeers Madrid  held at IE’s Area 31. There was a great turnout with just over a hundred in attendance. This was an amazing opportunity for students to learn from the startups who pitched their products and also to learn about strategies for hiring IT professionals.

betabeers networking

Betabeers is a monthly meeting for developers of web services, hardware and mobile apps. They hold technical talks, provide opportunities for local startups to introduce themselves and for networking. Their goal is to show startups that you do not need to be based in Silicon Valley to launch exciting projects.


After the event participants enjoyed beers and took advantage of a great networking opportunity. This networking session was particularly useful  for start up teams who are looking for a programmer.


Tyba: Toni Cárdenas presented Tyba a platform for employment that connects candidates with vacant position around the world. The platform is not only based in academic and professional experience but also in personality, preferences, and expectations. Toni explained the coding evolution of Tyba and how the work was distributed and managed between distinct developers.

Concept Inbox: Oscar del Rio presented his startup Concept Inbox, a web application that facilitates collaboration and the exchange of information and feedback between creative teams and their clients. Oscar presented the newest version of the application which works in real time, he also shared some tricks on how to gain users.


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