There’s some great entrepreneurial talent found in these two countries. Get a chance to meet them at #ECAsia2016!
June’s rolling by, and we still have a lot of successful startups that we’d like to show you before #ECAsia2016! That’s why we’re doubling the countries for double the fun – let’s see which great entrepreneurs from Bangladesh and India we get to read about next:
With a significant mobile and internet penetration comes e-commerce sites like Branoo. The site caters to men, women, (even kids and babies), with a huge variety of products like clothes, cosmetics, perfumes and books from over 100 brands. Branoo also has their own warehouse to store products, and allows payment options like cash on delivery (COD) and bkash.
ChalkStreet is the only online learning marketplace in India that aims to make learning choice-based, relevant and affordable. It wants to cater to everyone’s learning needs in the long term; their learners are currently college graduates and young working professionals who need to update themselves on new topics not found in the traditional curriculum. ChalkStreet provides courses with videos, tests, assignments and learner discussions providing a more wholesome learning process. 6 months from launch, Chalkstreet has grown to have over 40,000 learners, 200 courses and 100 teachers who are leveraging their platform to reach students across the country.
Cityfurnish from India brings online an eclectic mix of furniture and furnishing range at your doorstep. They gather bits and pieces from different eras to rent furniture and furnishing at affordable packages through convenient payment methods. Cityfurnish is a pioneer in offering premium rental services with no hidden charges and 100% money back guarantee. It is an online renting zone where contemporary and modern styles amalgamate to establish a new genre of wooden furniture and furnishings.
Hasura is an open platform to solve common problems in creating and maintaining application backends. It has been put to use by companies all the way from Fortune 500s like ITC, Murugappa Group to aggressive stealth startups that are going to ‘take over the world.’
Health Care For You (HC4U) is a company dedicated to building awareness for personal healthcare. HC4U aims at limiting the number of hospital visits for its members by building nationwide health awareness. It provides all the required health care supports to its members through a varied range of contemporary products and services. HC4U is authorized by the Government of Bangladesh and all other related regulatory authorities to cater to all its members’ needs, as well as collaboration with top hospitals in Asia.
Pathao provides fast and easy logistics and end-to-end ecommerce infrastructure in Bangladesh. It provides the fastest e-commerce order fulfilment in the country, with support for cash-on-deliveries, through which 90% transactions in Bangladesh- the 8th largest country in the world by population- are conducted. Through proprietary technology, Pathao is returning the cash collected from customers instantly back to their merchants, removing cash flow bottlenecks that restrict SME growth.
With an aim to reinvent Bangladesh’s education system and to play a key role in its ‘future investions’, The Tech Lab is the first engineering institution catered to Bangladeshi children. The startup provides courses on Programming, Electronics, Robotics, and Mechanical Engineering. The institute presently has two courses- one for Children ages 6 to 15, and the other for youths over 15.
Tripooly.com from Bangladesh is the only marketplace for travel agencies & tour operators in the country. They specialise in providing the best airfare, tour deals & packages, visa assistance, cruise deals and other tourism related products. Given the increasing purchasing power of Bangladesh’s rising middle class, Tripooly seeks to capitalise on the emerging markets in the region and deliver a power-packed holiday experience.
vario.fitness is a fitness aggregator with a unique proposition built for India. It’s a two-sided marketplace creating both demand & supply. Its business model is based on revenue inflows from its subscribers, and revenue outflows to studios, gyms, bootcamps, personal trainers and sports facilities. It has three category offerings through its app such as variopass (its subscription), group communal workouts, and personal trainers on demand. It also has one central marketplace in beta called Schedude, managing the schedules of personal trainers as well as offering API integration with other service providers.
If you want to give your full support and visit these startups this coming June – why not purchase our tickets? Bring a friend or more while you’re at it! Hope to see you at our event dear readers, and if you can, please happily tweet and support these startups using our #ECAsia2016 tag.
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