Techstars Transformative World Accelerator

G2Q Computing, Impact AI, SylloTips, Shion, Plain, Nubo, Bestie Bite, Trainizi, Reviway, Intuos, Vision Anchor, Voovo

These are the 12 startups in the new class of Techstars Transformative World Accelerator

At OGR Turin the new Techstars startups: the 12 selected companies are the first to participate in the program dedicated to Transformative World, a new development from the previous programs dedicated to Smart Mobility and Cities of the Future.

This year’s class boasts the highest ever participation by Italian startups with six companies. Along with the Italians were startups from Germany, Hungary, Slovenia, Austria and Vietnam. This achievement underscores, once again, the growing entrepreneurial landscape in Italy and reaffirms the position of Turin, and OGR Tech, as a hub for technological innovation.

Let’s discover together the star startups:

  • G2Q Computing (Milan, Italy): quantum, hybrid, advanced software useful for solving complex real-world problems.
  • Impact AI (Vienna, Austria): modular platform with no-code tools that can directly evaluate the performance and business impact of LLM-based application developments.
  • SylloTips (Rome, Italy): pan all-in-one knowledge-sharing platform that leverages artificial intelligence to optimize and improve companies’ internal processes.
  • Shion (Vienna, Austria): sactive echo and noise cancellation system with specially designed hardware.
  • Plain (Berlin, Germany): sinterior design solution that provides everything needed to set up a space: floor plan, furniture selection and implementation support.
  • Nubo (Milan, Italy):a project capable of shaping the future of workspaces through a capillary network that takes advantage of underutilized urban spaces.
  • Bestie Bite (Rome, Italy): reshaping restaurant discovery and reviews through a peer-to-peer community.
  • Trainizi (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam): microlearning platform that trains, engages and retains deskless workers.
  • Reviway (Reggio Emilia, Italy): startup tackles the problem of deteriorating road surfaces with computer vision and a fully automated vehicle.
  • Intuos (L’Aquila, Italy): service platform that combines vertical software, IoT devices, and artificial intelligence-based data models to increase the efficiency of operational processes, aircraft monitoring, and flight safety.
  • Vision Anchor (Ljubljana, Slovenia): the world’s first smart anchor system, which tracks the anchor and sends a data feed to the vessel.
  • Voovo (Budapest, Hungary): educational platform that helps students quickly absorb high volumes of information by finding the fastest and easiest way to create digital flash cards.


Following the success of past editions-which have raised a total of more than $90 million in funding– Techstars expands the scope to encompass diverse sectors, including Quantum Computing, Maritime, Deep Tech, EdTech, AI, PropTech, GenAI, Mobility, AudioTech, Future of Work, and Hospitality. This eclectic mix includes both software and hardware companies, demonstrating the program’s commitment to fostering innovation in various technology domains.

Along with its partners again for this new edition, Fondazione CRT, Compagnia di San Paolo and Intesa Sanpaolo Innovation Center, Techstars counts on important new collaborations for this edition: LIFTT, a major venture capital firm in Turin, Arcanys Ventures, an experienced technology investor, and hyrise, a German sales academy.