5 exhibiting startups you wouldn’t want to miss at TIA SG 2018
Startup Factory (previously known as Bootstrap Alley) has consistently been one of the crowd’s hot favourite at our Tech in Asia conferences, and this year will be no different. From increased exposure, to potential fundings and more, there’s a plethora of opportunities waiting to be unlocked at the heart of our conference grounds, as exhibitors showcase their products to over 5,000 techies, investors, and international media.
To kick off our first feature of exhibiting startups, we’re bringing you five early-stage companies you need to catch this May 15 & 16 at Tech in Asia Singapore 2018.
Ecommerce business owners would understand the pain of managing multiple marketplaces with the growing number of channels. With each application having its own dashboard and system, it can be a challenge to toggle and keep up with them.
Here’s where CombineSell, a SaaS platform that simplifies multi-channel ecommerce selling processes by aggregating online marketplaces into a single platform – can help. Within a single interface, business owners are able to create and manage listings, reply customer enquiries, control inventories, and fulfil orders all from a single interface – leaving them more time to focus on other aspects of the business.
Pretty sure you’ve experienced this at least once in your life: you’re feeling unwell, and decide to take a day off from work. You make your way down to the clinic, spend what feels like an eternity waiting to see the doctor, but your consultation seems like it took only a minute.
Doctor Anywhere, a telemedicine platform that provides a virtual clinic experience for both patients and doctors, is here to change that experience. By providing video and house calls, Doctor Anywhere harnesses the convenience of today’s digital age to bring you on-demand medical care services.
Good For Food
Imagine each person in Singapore throwing away two bowls of rice everyday. That’s how much food waste the country generated in 2015 alone – a whopping 786 million kilograms.
Good for Food tackles food wastage head on. Its vision is to see all food delivered to hungry stomachs, instead of full bins, and to save food for the greater good. As an IoT startup, the company provides commercial kitchens with big data analytics and business intelligence to reduce their food waste, cost, and environmental footprint.
What’s fashionable today may not be so in a few months’ time. Keeping up with the ever-changing fashion trends is a perpetual challenge for retailers and ecommerce companies.
But help is on the way with Turing Analytics, a software that can predict the sales potential of each item in your inventory based on real-time sales data and product images. Beyond trend analytics, it also performs visual search and review analytics. The software allows users to upload images and be shown similar product recommendations available. In addition, their technology is able to analyze texts, providing businesses with insights based on product reviews posted by consumers.
Had a difficult time thinking of the perfect gift for your Valentine yesterday? Thankfully, racking your brains over presents for your loved ones may soon become a thing of the past.
GIVE offers a hassle-free and personalised gifting experience, empowering people to decide the gifts they wish to receive. Voucher credits are purchased by givers, and receivers are able to use those credits to choose their gifts. A wide range of categories are available on the platform – from events, to sports, and even activities for children.
Exhibit your startup to over 5,000 attendees
Applications for Startup Factory are now open. Have a working prototype and raised less than US$3 million in external funds? We would love to have you join us!
Don’t miss out on this opportunity and apply by the end of this Sunday, February 18, 2359 (GMT +8) to save 25 percent (that’s US$149!) off your booth package. For more information about Startup Factory, you can head over to our FAQ page.
Each startup exhibition booth package costs US$597 before discount, and comes with a one-day exhibition booth plus two exhibitor passes.
If you’d rather catch Tech in Asia Singapore 2018 as an attendee, you’re still in time to use this promo code: tiasg25 (valid till this Sunday, February 18, 2359, GMT+8) to shave 25 percent off your passes! Take advantage of this awesome deal before prices increase next week.
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