Date: 16 January, 2020
Venue: Accelerating Asia 25 Church Street, #02-02 Capital Square Three, Singapore
Organized by: Accelerating Asia
We're back for 2020 with Super Open House and 10 new startups from our January 2020 cohort!
Join us for your first opportunity to meet the startups of our January 2020 cohort.
This one is going to be a big one. So big, we're calling it our SUPER Open House!
Our January 2020 cohort of startups hail from 6 countries - Bangladesh, Singapore, Indonesia, Myanmar, Australia and Malaysia and include 40 percent female-led ventures.
Startups will be pitching their business in a fast and furious fashion and there'll be networking opportunities.
5PM - 6PM Founders pitch their startup, share tips, Q & A
6PM - 7PM Networking
Tickets will go fast for this one, so grab yours now!
Our January 2020 cohort includes:
iFarmer (Bangladesh) delivers innovative financing for agriculture and farming by enabling secure investing for individuals and institutions and ensures a return on investment by providing market access and support services for partner farmers
Hellotask (Bangladesh) is an app based platform that upskills domestic workers and connects them to employment opportunities as on-demand, verified maid services to households.
IZY.ai (Indonesia) uses the latest mobile and machine learning technology to deliver concierge services that customises guest experience to elevate hotel stays, digitises hotel services and improves internal hotel productivity.
Joni.ai (Singapore) is an AI-powered adaptive assessment platform that personalises education and helps students to make sense of their learning data.
Moovby (Malaysia) is a car rental marketplace or the Airbnb for Cars, where travellers can rent any car they want, whenever they want it, from a vibrant community of local owners.
Nitex (Bangladesh) connects businesses to streamlined overseas production and standardised apparel sourcing for remote buyers by providing transparency and process optimisation.
NumuWorld (Australia) is an app that enables brands to reward customers who promote their business on social media. Numu offers brands flexible promotional opportunities tailored to social media activity as well as visibility over who and when someone posts.
Priyoshop (Bangladesh) is an e-commerce platform enabling small town micro-entrepreneurs to sell a wide selection of authentic products to customers without having to invest in working capital stock and get access to affordable financing.
RecyGlo (Myanmar) is a waste management platform that provides circular economy, zero waste management, traceability, monitoring and analytics and recycling solutions in ASEAN.
Romoni (Bangladesh) is a one stop destination of beauty and lifestyle needs of women and a credit facilitation platform for micro and women entrepreneurs in Bangladesh.