Here are 10 Best Asian Tech Startups of this week.
Legalese is a publication of the Law Society of Singapore, and aims to provide bite-sized pieces of information to the general public on the various legal aspects of setting up and running a social enterprise or non-profit entity. Singapore based legalese aims to heal the headache of those people who spend a huge amount of money and time for legal paper of business startup. It is going to automate this paper work of legal document, which is merely for the ease of people. It is comparatively less time consuming and also less expensive because hiring a lawyer costs a lot, like to draft the contract from scratch by making use of some old software such as Word.
Lalamove Hong Kong
Lalamove is a mobile application that connects users and van drivers to provide on-demand delivery service in Asia. Founded as EasyVan in 2013, the company is looking to float on the main board of the Hong Kong stock exchange. Lalamove is started up by Uber for vans which basically connects people with professional motorcycle and pick-up truck drivers from all over the city. Covering vans, trucks, and motorcycles, now with 500000 drivers it actives in 40 cities in mainland China, Hong Kong, Taipei, Singapore, Bangkok, and Manila– covering vans, trucks, and motorcycles.
Medinifi Health care India
Medinifi, Bangalore, India is a mobile application. It provides trusted information for health care decisions. This is the startup which automatically locates the current location of the users and tells them about doctors, hospitals and clinics which are nearest to their location. Though this startup doesn’t provide the facility of booking or appointments with doctors but certainly this app enlists the verified doctors, hospital and clinics.
Add2Store is also a startup which allows user to earn money by selling items from their catalogs without actually buying, storing, or shipping those items. This startup has currently 300 active suppliers and around one hundred sellers which use Add2Store. This is basically a marketplace for sellers, based on Tel-Alviv. It works by bringing many suppliers together from different places and make their connection to those people who want to make money selling things online across the world.
Ezyhaul is a an easy, reliable and fast logistics technology, that connects shippers with road freight carriers. It saves time and money by providing immediate access to qualified truckers at competitive rates. This startup is like an Uber for the deliveries of trucks and currently available in Malaysia and Singapore. Ezyhaul’s vision is to transform the world of transportation logistics by building an ecosystem around shippers, transportation companies, authorities, and third party service partners. Connected through the Internet of Things and driven by data analytic they will empower all their partners in the ecosystem. Its service gets transport firms to do deliveries for its customers, estimate the fee, and takes a cut. It also enables the shippers to trace the mobilization of the truck, receive photos of the cargo and evidence of delivery, and provide with an invoice digitally.
Ushift Singapore is a brand new venture in its own rights. It is an on-demand part time and temporary job platform to hire employees in Singapore. Its does real time matching, hassle-free, Ushift SG and most importantly it has no hidden cost. In this startup, potential employees may signup for it, do queries or get their answers regarding their education, experience and the profile availability. For the ease of candidates, it provides a facility to them like they can make a short video for their introduction. Moreover, in this startup through their site, businesses may recruit potential employees for monthly wages of US$100.
This startup is product delivery platform, Singapore-based, specifically for students’ help. It helps them by providing courses, stories of success and such deals that may bring them out from a mental and financial stress. PaisaWapas is the top and highest paying Cashback and coupons site with up to 20% Cashback offer on more than 200 stores like Flipkart, Amazon, Jabong, Snapdeal, Yatra etc.
Nearcircles is a start-up conceived in a tiny Singapore apartment when a couple of friends felt the need to find fun activities without having to travel far. It is a hyper-local social network, which has features like “map buzz” where all neighborhoods in the world have been mapped out. Users can use the map buzz to talk to locals from another city. So when someone is traveling to a different city, he can ask, for example, how safe the area where he will be staying is. They can connect back to their home neighborhood discussions using this feature. This app is connected with almost 100000 people which keeps it active all the time.
Unacademy is also Bangalore-based, which offers online learning courses. In 2010, this startup started as a YouTube channel in 2010 and in the present time it is providing facility of short educational courses ranging from test suggestions to coaching on organizing personal finances, free of cost. To educate on the platform, potential educators must give applications, comprising professional information, sample lessons, and inspiration or dedication.
This startup is basically a Hyderabad-based which provides owners of brand new homes in Hyderabad and Pune custom-made room designs for their floor plans. In the present time it is only serving customers in Hyderabad and Pune. They can go to the website and give a floor plan and basic home requirements, then software program will then give them three personalized designs, along with their price.
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