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Here are 9 Belgian startups to follow very closely in 2021.

Aliloca

Aliloca.com wants to make renting all types of equipment simple and democratic (e.g., bike rack, trailer, kayak, etc.). “Our goal is to help people empty their cellars!” For this, the startup is developing a platform bringing together all the rental products in Belgium. The site currently brings together nearly 200 providers who allow you to rent anything and everything near you, focusing on mobility.

Thanks to a simple interface, the customer can find a provider, compare and make a reservation near his home. The business model is a SAAS for the pros to help them track their current rentals, reservations, and stocks.

The announced objective: 1,000 professional partners in January 2021; 10,000 in 2022!

 

Bsit

Bsit’s mission is to find every parent a trusted babysitter, even at the last minute. Already 450,000 regular users of the application! The platform offers many services such as customer assessment, recommendations from relatives, insurance, and a secure payment system.

The Belgian startup wants to expand into the B2B sector, and companies will be able to offer their employees a care solution for their children. It will also provide its services to other European countries.

 

Nirli

The Liège startup has developed a project that links virtual reality and real estate! It immerses potential buyers in properties under construction and allows them to choose the entire decoration (colors, arrangement of furniture, etc.)

Their clients: developers and real estate agencies who now have the opportunity to visit their properties even before construction. The young company is booming, and it already wants to develop internationally in France, Luxembourg, and even Thailand!

Shopitag

Shopitag is a startup founded in 2018 and aims to help merchants to create their online stores. The startup tries to make its interface as intuitive as possible. In less than 30 minutes, you can create your webshop. Shopitag is present in 23 countries and has +1000 merchants affiliated with its system.

Spencer

The startup’s mission is to make employees’ lives as easy as possible by offering a personal assistant to each of them. She wants to increase their productivity and commitment by bringing together all the tools they need (HR, internal communication, etc.) on a single platform.

Spencer was able to earn the trust of Microsoft, which has become its partner, and large groups such as Proximus, DEME, Ferranti, and Delhaize, who use the app for their employees.

The Belgian Startup is in full expansion and wants to conquer more large companies internationally.

Twikit

The startup wants to popularize 3D printing on a large scale. Twikit’s technology enables businesses to offer full 3D personalization to their customers.

Already, the large American group Walmart trusts him and uses his software. The company has allowed its customers to fully personalize jewelry, decorations…Twikit has other big customers like BMW.

Indeed, on-demand production is an added value for companies, and the startup’s expansion promises to be meteoric in the coming years.

Wooclap

Already used in a hundred countries by thousands of teachers, the startup desires to revolutionize the education sector around the world.

Thanks to an intuitive platform, students can participate and interact in real-time in a conference or their lecture halls. For example, thanks to the application, their teacher can create a survey, and all the audience can answer it by phone, even the most shy!

The startup’s objective is to grow more internationally and to generalize its presence in universities.

Semactic

Semactic was born in March, just before confinement. Thanks to artificial intelligence, it is a unique software allowing companies to improve their online visibility (appear in the first Google results). More specifically, the software integrates a project management view that brings together the various stakeholders in order to ensure proper implementation of the changes to be made. Finally, the impact on the visibility of these changes is analyzed and displayed in a synthetic view (dashboard) in order to assess the gain in visibility compared to competitors.

 

SCANDALOOK

SCANDALOOK is an application to scan the barcode of clothes in a store in order to see all the influencers who wear them. This allows you to see different looks with the same garment and different body types. Their goal is to offer a revolutionary in-store experience! SCANDALOOK is also a community around fashion and designer news. They put the spotlight on the small designers and the fashion of tomorrow!

 

What are the startups for you to follow in 2021? Are they already part of your investment portfolio?

 

I'm a passionate full-time blogger. I love writing about startups, how they can access key resources, avoid legal mistakes, respond to questions from angel investors as well as the reality check for startups. Continue reading my articles for more insight.

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