A look at the four promising startups showcased at Techcircle Mobile Forum 2015
At Techcircle Mobile Forum 2015, four promising startups showcased their solutions. These young firms offer services around hyperlocal solutions, kids entertainment and holidays.
The session was powered by Nasscom 10,000 Start-ups.
Here's a quick look at the startups:
Hungry Bags: This startup provides an artificial intelligence interface to aggregate the holiday market. It has created a common platform to bring offline players onto the online medium. Within five months of the product's launch, the company has secured 200 offline partners from 70 cities in India. It is active in both B2B and B2C space with focus on tier two and tier three cities.
Semusi (AppICE): It helps marketers deliver intelligent and contextual marketing with an aim to engage users. Though the app economy is exploding, app life-cycle marketing remains broken, the company believes. It enables marketers to track effectiveness of acquisition channels, engagement, churn, retention and overall monetisation to determine marketing ROI. Semusi uses a patented machine learning algorithm that deciphers real time context and behaviour patterns. The full form of Semusi is: 'Software Enables Machine Understanding of Sensory Intent.'
Jugnoo (Jugnoo hyperlocal): A hyperlocal startup, Jugnoo provides three different apps. First is Jugnoo fatafat, a hyperlocal market place which provides home delivery within a particular city. It supports in sourcing groceries and deals with farm fresh veggies, fruits, dairy products, cakes, flowers and custom-made orders. Second is Jugnoo meals, an on-demand food ordering app which allows customers to order freshly cooked home made food at pocket friendly prices. Jugnoo autos, the third app, connects passengers with auto drivers
BulBul Apps (BulBul Apps - Free Kids Apps): The startup offers a collection of stories for kids in a library format on the Android, iOS and Windows platform. It uses illustrations, background music and animations through collaboration with artists all over the world. Every week it adds one free storybook to the library.