Jóvenes con Futuro has been around for 5 years already and after so much personal and professional success in the US, we decided to launch the Spanish edition that is accepting applications until this next December 20th 2015.

We have awesome startups in Spain joining us for this first edition. If you want to learn more about them, I invite you to keep reading….



Stampery allows people and companies to certify any type of data thanks to blockchain, the technology behind the Bitcoin. This way Stampery replaces notary publics and aims to establish a fast certification system that leads to a change in how things are currently done.

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They are a young and highly motivated team 100% focused on product within a very “startupatmosphere with snacks, beverages and happy people doing what they are passionate about. Stampery is supported by American investors and has international expansion projects in mind.


Girls, you are going to love this! Mencanta is your personal shopper in your pocket. Mencanta means having the catalog of thousands of brands around the world in just one app that learns your taste and recommends you products that you can buy at lower prices thanks to its algorithm. The app will let you know when they are on sale, isn’t it great?

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Mencanta is the result of the work of a young and talented team with offices close to the sea and growth and international expansion plans within a very dynamic startup.



Based in Salamanca, the team at BeOnPrice is specialized in Big Data technologies that allow hotel managers maximize the revenues of the hotels.

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The team works hard to develop Dynamic Pricing solutions in the cloud and has already presence in Europe, LatAm and United States. Not only have they participated in the Immersion Program at the Spain Tech Center in the Silicon Valley, but they were also awarded with the Entrepreneur Prize XXI from La Caixa in Castilla y León in 2014. BeOnPrice is a dedicated team in search of creativity, commitment, innovation and quality.


With offices in Spain, Italy, Peru and Colombia this startup has recently partnered with Instagram and Facebook to offer the best technical solution for ad management in the most important social media channels like Twitter, YouTube and the two mentioned above. The startup has been around for more than 2 years and is working hard on its own SaaS software called Katana, thanks to which users improve the ROI of the campaign and get a better performance and better results.

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The team at AdsMurai is multicultural, comes from different backgrounds, and is proud to be in one of the most emergent and trendy sectors nowadays: the one that joins advertising and social media.

Wembley Studios

An innovative Spanish startup focused on software development within the sport industry, Wembley Studios thinks, designs and develops mobile software products to provide sport fans the best experience with their devices.

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Apart from working closely with the main first division clubs in Spain like Real Madrid, the team formed by people <30 years old in average and located in Salamanca develops their own software as well.


Cabify is the solution to personal mobility, it is your private driver. By clicking in the app, you can order a car in seconds. Different vehicle types are available and chauffeurs are at your disposal to meet all different needs.


Present in 5 countries around the world, Spain and LatAm, customers can select their pick up location and vehicle type and make payments just using their credit card or PayPal. In the palm of their hands, users can view an estimated cost of the journey before they start by selecting the current location and the destination point. Cabify works in your mobile devices and your computer.



These are some of the startups participating in Jóvenes con Futuro Spain 2016. We have more joining us, to learn about them read “Meet the startups participating in JcF Spain (II)” here.