The lineup for the Spring 2024 edition of the Desafia San Francisco Immersion Program, a collaborative effort between ICEX,, and global open innovation platform Mind the Bridge, has been unveiled, featuring 9 innovative Spanish startups set to dive into Silicon Valley’s bustling ecosystem.

These companies, all specializing in SaaS B2B solutions across various verticals including Mobility, Energy, XR, Cybersecurity, and Retail, will embark on a transformative journey from June 3rd to June 14th, 2024, hosted at Mind the Bridge’s Innovation Center in San Francisco’s SOMA district.

“The caliber of talent represented by these 9 Spanish startups is truly impressive – Bobby Amiri, Head of Startup Products and Services at Mind the Bridge, remarked – We’re excited to welcome them to the Desafia San Francisco program and provide them with the resources and guidance they need to thrive in the global market.”

And here they’re, in alphabetical order (more details on MTB Ecosystem):

  1. beXReal – Derio, País Vasco / Euskadi
    deXReal develops solutions based on Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality AR/XR, transforming the way things are done by applying technologies.
  2. Entrii – Valencia
    Entrii Analytics allows companies from all over the world to grow sales in more than 25 countries like China, South Korea and the United States through Big Data and AI. With its most powerful tool, marketing and sales teams boost their capabilities to increase sales internationally.
  3. eSave – San Sebastian de los Reyes, Madrid
    eSave is a platform for automatic data extraction in documents and optimization and digitalization of sales processes in the energy and telecommunications sectors.
  4. Frenetic – Madrid
    Frenetic is a technology company, born to revolutionize the Magnetics industry. With a strong focus on innovation, they specialize in the entire range of Magnetic components design, simulation and manufacturing.
  5. H2 Vector – El Entrego, Asturias
    H2Vector is a proposal for a change in the energy model. An evolution towards a society of well-being and sustainability that bets on hydrogen for an energy model in the service of humanity and respect for the planet.
  6. Maltiverse – Madrid
    Maltiverse was born as a service oriented to cybersecurity analysts for the advanced analysis of indicators of compromise. It analyzes all the possible dimensions of the stored known IOC set to compare them with unknown indicators for matching.
  7. Orquest – Madrid
    Orquest is the in-store workforce scheduling and management software designed specifically for retail. It uses AI to analyze and learn from your data, create an accurate forecast and automate store scheduling by placing the right employee in the right place at the right time.
  8. Pibisi – Madrid
    Pibisi is a RegTech startup aiming to provide companies all around the globe with an efficient, easy-to-use full KYC solution.
  9. Yup – Barcelona
    YUP the first ecosystem of sustainable parking for personal mobility vehicles with charging systems. Urban parking lots for mobility infrastructures in cities. The bicycle or electric scooter of your customers and workers well organized and safe.

The program presents Spanish startups with a remarkable chance to delve into the dynamic tech environment of Silicon Valley and commenced with a Bootcamp in Madrid last April and encompasses tailored workshops, mentorship sessions, and networking opportunities, all designed to meet the specific needs of each participating startup. This supportive ecosystem fosters an environment conducive to both growth and innovation, complemented by access to an Alumni community at the program’s conclusion.

For more information about the Desafia San Francisco Program, please visit