With over 90,000 companies to see at MWC, we used CB Insights data and Mosaic scores to make your life easier.

The Mobile World Congress is a mega-conference focused on the mobile industry, with over 94,000 attendees last year. With this year’s conference in Barcelona expected to beat that tally, we ran the company exhibitor list through the CB Insights database (thanks to our Bulk Search tool) to help target the right companies and people.

We matched more 566 companies in our database, and made a public list on our platform of companies you should be speaking to. We also used filtering and our Mosaic algorithm, which tracks the momentum of private companies, to identify some high-flyers attending the conference. We limited our list to companies that have raised less than $25M in financing.

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The list is also available in Excel form under the “Research” tab in Analytics & Research. You’ll be able to see each companies performance, funding, and investors among other important information.

1. OpenSignal


OpenSignal is creating a database of cell phone towers, cell phone signal strength readings, and Wi-Fi access points around the world. This data is collected via its Android application and uploaded to the company’s servers, taking care to minimize processing power and battery life.

Select Investors: Passion Capital, Qualcomm Ventures, O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures

Total Disclosed Equity Funding: $5.3M


2. Magisto


Magisto is a cloud-based service for creating and sharing professional-quality personal movies. It automatically selects moments and weaves them together to convey a story with customized styles and music.

Select Investors: Horizons Ventures, SanDisk Ventures, Magma Venture Partners

Total Disclosed Equity Funding: $20.5M


3. Fortumo


Founded in 2007, Fortumo is a leading global provider of direct carrier billing. Fortumo payments cover over 90 markets and connect merchants to subscribers of more than 350 mobile operator networks.

Select Investors: Greycroft Partners, Intel Capital

Total Disclosed Equity Funding:  $10M


4. Tellmeplus


Tellmeplus Machine Learning is a software that performs analysis for the fintech and IoT industries.

Select Investors: Runa Capital, Ventech, XAnge Private Equity

Total Disclosed Equity Funding: $4.7M


5. Accuris Networks


Accuris Networks is a provider of solutions for telecom providers. The platform allows them to connect their broadband networks across standards such as GSM CDMA, LTE, and Wi-Fi.

Select Investors: Summit Bridge Capital, Atlantic Bridge Capital, Ulster Bank Diageo Venture Fund

Total Disclosed Equity Funding: $21.8M


6. Estimote


Estimote builds a sensor-based analytics as well as a customer engagement platform. The company’s beacons allow retailers and other businesses insights into how their customers behave in physical settings.

Select Investors: Bessemer Venture Partners, Homebrew, Y-Combinator

Total Disclosed Equity Funding: $13.8M



inneractiveInnerActive is a mobile app ad exchange that allows developers to monetize their apps and monitor ad revenue trends.

Select Investors: Evergreen Venture Partners, Kreos Capital

Total Disclosed Equity Funding: $11.8M


8. Flytxt


Flytxt provides big data solutions to mobile and telecom industry enterprises across the globe. The company’s products are focused on helping businesses increase revenue, grow margins, and enhance customer experience.

Select Investors: Big Data Investments, Sunrise Capital, IVC Venture Capital

Total Disclosed Equity Funding: $17M


9. Glympse

glympseGlympse provides location-sharing technology direct to consumers. The company’s product is meant to easily integrate location sharing into everyday activities, meetings, and events.

Select Investors: Ignition Partners, Menlo Ventures, Verizon Ventures

Total Disclosed Equity Financing: $19.8M


10. Aptoide


Aptoide is a website for Android users to discover and download apps, and curate their own app showcases. Users essentially create their own app stores, similar to a Youtube channel, where they can create lists of their favorite apps.

Select Investors: e.ventures, Golden Gate Ventures, Portgual Ventures

Total Disclosed Equity Funding: $4M


Want more information on companies attending MWC 2016? Check out our database below and search “Mobile World Congress 2016″ in company lists.