After more than four months, six Founders have successfully completed their training and mentorship at the Jakarta Founder Institute and are ready to launch 3 new technology startups. It’s definitely a significant drop compared to their last batch of 13 founders and 8 tech companies graduated from the program.
Nonetheless, I guess this means that the 3 graduates will be more concentrated, well-focused and of course well-filtered according to JKTFI’s standards, which is not an easy walk in the park. The 3 startups also varied from a logistics B2B service, a B2B research product, and a consumer mobile loyalty product.
Eloku: A platform that can be used and shared by logistic companies to track their shipment in real time and improve their services to customers. ELoKu promotes a solution to fill that gap in order all stakes can track where their document or goods and when it can be estimated arrived. ELoKu allows you to track and trace your goods via your Android, iPhone or mobile browser accurately. ELoKu provide end to end solution for your courier company. Your company can get a tracking, tracing analytics solution that can help your company leap to the new digital logistics age.
Pouch: A mobile customer loyalty and retention platform that can be used by merchants to replace their conventional, card based reward program. Pouch aims to increase the loyalty of your existing customers and reach to new customers by using Pouch marketing tool. Also equipped with customer analytics tool, marketers can better understand them.
Ticbox: An online crowd sourcing platform that helps surveyors to find their credible respondents and distribute their surveys easier and faster. Ticbox provides credible respondents that already registered in our system and can be segmented by surveyor needs. Ticbox also has a Point System that can be redeemed if the point already meet the minimum requirement. In addition, they can also have the opportunities win the door prizes.
Dailysocial will have a deeper review with each companies and also founders in an upcoming post to get a better understanding of Jakarta Founder Institute, and also each companies from the current batch. Watch out!