Linköping, Sweden (EU) – October 13th, 2014 - CloudMe, The European Sync / Storage Service, today announced that it has been chosen as a winner of the Bully Award, an award annually given to the top 30 European tech startups. White Bull has a proven track record of picking Bully Award finalists and winners that have gone on to achieve greater success - from Funding to Exit, including Amiando, Maporama, Wrapp, and Klarna.
Selection is done among hundreds of European tech startups, whereof 60 are selected as finalists and out of them, a jury of industry experts and leaders pick 30 as winners. Winning the Bully Award signifies leadership amongst its peers, scalable business models, and technologies that are likely to disrupt existing markets. This years jury included among others; Mike Butcher, Tech Crunch; David Einstein, SF Chronicle; Joel Dreyfuss, Fortune/CNBC; Roxanne Varza, Microsoft; Ralph Silva, CNBC/BBC; Isabella Schidrich, NASDAQ; and Anil Hansjee, MTGx.
"CloudMe feel very honored to win this award in strong competition with cool startups from all over Europe, it means a lot to our team who has worked hard and achieved amazing things during the last year," says Daniel Arthursson, Founder/CEO of CloudMe
CloudMe provides a safe European cloud service for syncing files between computers, smartphones, tablets and TVs. See you camera roll on your TV, make your iPhone camera roll available on your Android tablet, share photos with friends, and collaborate in shared folders with colleagues, it is all possible with CloudMe. The service is designed with privacy in mind, out of reach for prying eyes with all data safely stored within Europe.
Daniel Arthursson, Founder/CEO
CloudMe AB is a leading European sync / storage company founded by Daniel Arthursson in 2011. Mr Arthursson has launched services like CloudTop.com, developed the iCloud.com brand owned by Apple, and the MyCloud.com brand owned by Western Digital. CloudMe is a service for sync, storage, sharing and collaboration, used by consumers and businesses worldwide. The service is available on desktops, mobile, tablets, TV’s and web. With a "freemium" business model, 3-19 GB is offered for free with referral program, upgradeable to 25, 100, 200 or 500 GB as needed. CloudMe is also a 2012 Red Herring Europe 100 Winner and a 2012 AlwaysOn Global 250 Winner.
Screenshots of CloudMe are available here: https://www.cloudme.com/en/press-kit
If you're considering a follow up story regarding CloudMe and would like to hear more about the CloudMe company, please contact Daniel Arthursson through the email address above.