The 11 startups are: 886 Food from Taiwan, BinPress from the US, CliPick from Taiwan, InnoBeta from Japan, JazzPay from Thailand, Kaizen Platform from Japan, Puteko from New Zealand, Q.L.L. from Taiwan, StorySense Computing from Taiwan, Timers from Japan and lastly, WebPay from Japan.
Chosen by a panel of 10 esteemed judges, namely Shuji Honjo (Honjo International), Mark Hsu (TMI Holding), Daisuke Katsura (Livesense), Akira Morikawa (LINE Corporation), Daisuke Miyoshi (NTT DOCOMO Ventures, Inc), Tak Miyata (Scrum Ventures), Jimmy Rim (K Cube Ventures), Norio Tera (Fuji Television Network), Tatsuo Tsutsumi (GREE Ventures), and Yoshihito Yoneyama (BIGLOBE Capital Co., Ltd), KAIZEN Platform with product planbcd will go home with an all-expenses paid trip to the next B Dash Camp, a Microsoft Surface 2 and Sony Xperia Tablet Z.
There was also another award, the Judge’s Special Award, which was given to Q.L.L.,who went home with a Microsoft Surface 2 and Sony Xperia Tablet Z, named prizes of the award.
Their A/B testing tool which helps developers increase conversion rates for their projects. At this stage, the company claimed that it will only pay if there is a certain level of conversion.
We will follow up with more information about the startup.