The second batch of the programme will start on June 13 in Silicon Valley
It is that time of the year again: Google has announced the list of 18 startups from India, Indonesia, and Mexico who will be attending the Launchpad Accelerator programme in Silicon Valley, California, starting on June 13.
The second batch of the six-month long mentorship programme will receive US$50,000 in equity-free funding, a two-week all-expenses paid bootcamp at Google headquarters, six-months of ongoing mentorship and access to Google’s Launchpad initiatives, connections and product credits including Google Cloud.
The following are six Indonesian startups who have made it to the shortlist:
Codashop is a mobile and online distribution platform for digital gift codes. The company specifically targets non-credit card users, with a platform that can be used in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, and Singapore.
HijUp is a mobile first e-commerce platform for small business; where users can create your professional online store and manage it from your hand. The company claims to be the world’s first Islamic fashion e-commerce platform.
IDNtimes is an independent online media company that provides trending, relevant, and worth-sharing content to the younger generation in Indonesia. It currently operates two digital media IDNtimes.com and POPBELA.com, a video production house IDNtv, a live event organiser HYPERLINK PROJECT, and a creative digital agency StoryWorx.
Jarvis Store is a platform that allows users to set up an online store as professional as well-known brands at an affordable price. Its features include customer management platform, blogging and social media marketing, coupon and discount service, web design even reseller service.
Ruangguru is a tech-enabled education provider focusing on enabling easy access to quality teachers and contents through various digital platforms. It also features online exam preparation tests that allow students to monitor their own progress.
Talenta is an easy-to-use and personalised HR software solution to help companies manage their current and future talent. It is a cloud-based SaaS that aims to help small and medium businesses manage their HR processes, from attendance, leave requests, overtime to payroll.
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