Genoom Selected as Finalist at Startup 2.0

startup 2.0

We are very happy to anounce that Genoom has been selected as one of the top 11 startups in this year´s Startup 2.0 event.  The event, held on Friday April 24, will take place in Bilbao as part of the Nonick conference.

If you plan to go, make sure you come and say hello to us!

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