The Co-Foundry (TCF) announced their partnership with several investors and ‘kickstarters’ in the Philippines yesterday in their inauguration at A Space Manila in Pasay City; giving starters the benefit to promote and accelerate their businesses.
First five startups include companies that venture in the field of medicine and health industry, children education, job finding, product tracking, and sales reporting. These companies are all given the chance to introduce themselves at the inaugural on that day.
The first one to speak is Matchimi, a online job seeker application especially designed for mobile access. This mobile app helps job finders locate their desired job using map-integration and find out more information about the position in the company they are applying for.
Next one is Taidii, pronounced as “teddy.” Like the plush toy that children are all familiar with, Taidii targets a different kind of market. Venturing in the field of children care and education.
Taidii is one of the leading preschool management solution that provides help from Singapore. They provide a mobile application for the teachers to give them ease in collecting data of the children, also giving the parents an opportunity to monitor their child even if they are busy with their jobs.
Another startup to introduce itself is ReadySales. This mobile app is described as your personal ideal sales assistant, helping you watch over your business, talk to your clients, and ‘close a hundred of deals.’
ReadySales is ‘the only tool in the world designed for sales personnel.’ As it provides easy access to stocks and intelligent automation to keep up with your relationship with all of your clients.
Second to the last is called Guuud, pronounced as “good;” this is a Singapore-based startup and it is the first time for them to unveil their mobile application.
According to Guuud, “Philippines is the ideal market to start with.”
Guuud provides its users a sophisticated and easy access to their favorite brands and products in just one application, meaning this particular mobile application helps you track all and everything related to your desired brand/product.
The app can also help you track a product at your desired amount. If you’re looking for a certain product and you have a particular budget to tight up with, Guuud would be a great option.
Last but not the least is Nana, a mobile application integrated to monitor your child’s health and activity. It’s like ‘your personal nanny’ on your mobile device.
One of the distinct problems that Nana finds solutions for is when parents have to go abroad for work and leave their children with relatives to take care for them. Nana provides a better way for parents to assure their children will be safer even if they’re away.
Integrated together with the mobile application, Nana announces a useful device that connects through the WiFi to your mobile screens; it is a smart sensor mat that goes under your children’s mattress which monitors their movements, heart rate, temperature, etc.
Moreover, TCF‘s launch is not just about these first five startups, they are also looking for more startups to apply to them; The Co-Foundry is looking for more startups in the Philippines for they see the country as an active and highly penetrated in the mobile industry.
The Co-Foundry strongly encourages Philippine startups to apply to them online, visit http://www.theco-foundry.com/fintechphilippines.
So if you’re starting up with your business and is integrating to the mobile applications industry, you might find help in the TCF.
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