Here’s our newest round-up of the featured startups on our site this week. If you have startup tips or story suggestions, feel free to email us. Enjoy this week’s list!
1. FindYourSpace | Thailand (Startup Profile)
FindYourSpace is a tech platform for real estate agents, helping them list their properties online and increase their business by partnering with property marketplaces. Around 200 real estate agents use the platform actively on a monthly basis. The startup has 35,000 property listings, with agents adding more than 900 new ones every month.
2. UangTeman | Indonesia (Startup Profile)
Consumer lending startup UangTeman provides short term micro-loans of between US$75 and US$350 for a maximum of 30 days. Borrowers apply by filling out a simple questionnaire, which asks them for personal data like a phone number and family status.
3. Dahmakan | Malaysia (Startup Profile)
Food delivery startup Dahmakan delivers meals that have been prepared in-house in its own kitchens. The company currently makes tens of thousands of deliveries in Kuala Lumpur each month.
4. Moby’s Petshop | Singapore (Startup Profile)
Mobile-first ecommerce startup Moby’s Petshop sells premium pet food and supplies like toys, beds, and clothes. It also partners with small- and medium-sized pet service providers, with the aim of becoming an additional sales channel for these enterprises.
5. Nokisaki | Japan (Startup Profile)
Nokisaki connects commercial landlords to small merchants who are looking for a small space. It is also trying to solve Japan’s horrible parking problems. Currently, the startup has 4,000 parking lots listed in its website and the number of registered users is more than 130,000.
6. GoWabi | Thailand (Startup Profile)
GoWabi lets spa, beauty salons, and clinics manage their capacity and offer discounted prices during off-peak hours, while keeping regular prices during peak. It is now working with more than 300 beauty and wellness salons and boutiques.
7. Urbanhire | Indonesia (Startup Profile)
Indonesia-based Urbanhire develops software to help companies manage their recruiting process. It now has 2,500 businesses subscribing to its software and integrates with 40 job portals.
8. FlySpaces | Philippines (Startup Profile)
Manila-based FlySpaces acts as a marketplace for co-working venues, billing itself as an “Airbnb for office and retail spaces.” Playing the role of middleman, it takes a cut of booking fees it secures for shared workspace owners.
9. Yojee | Singapore (Startup Profile)
Yojee develops software that enables logistics providers to automate their business. The startup offers them real-time tracking, pickup and delivery confirmation, invoicing, job management, driver rating, and more.
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