Fuzu — an online job and talent search tool tailored for the African job market. Included in TOP-10 best African startups with $2.8M funding, the platform is helping people embark on meaningful careers as well as helping companies grow by enabling them to find the right kind of talent.
KwikiMove is the on-demand “Movers Marketplace” based in USA (Atlanta, Georgia) where individuals needing quick moving service can price their moves and instantly connect with truck owners around town. We created KwikiMove as a competitive marketplace with two separate apps for client and mover. KwikiMove eliminates circumstantial charges and hidden fees and favors.
HelloCare is a marketplace platform that brings together senior citizens, lonely people, and families with qualified everyday helpers. We are experts in building an online marketplace with Ruby on Rails and mobile apps. HelloCare is a perfect case study of marketplace development as it has all the parts that any two-sided marketplace has to offer.
Wecam is a marketplace platform to buy and sell video production started in Berlin, Germany. It features talented videographers for potential buyers in different categories ranging from wedding video, promo video, fashion video to drone and product video. Wecam platform makes it easy for clients to find best professionals for their custom needs with the streamlined user experience.
senden24 is an instant delivery service in the last mile 1-hour delivery business. It is free for shoppers who can purchase goods in local stores. They get all their bargains as soon as they arrive home. Our senden24 story is a three-sided marketplace development project in a nutshell. The senden24 service delivers for customers from shops with different delivery service providers be it a courier on a bike, taxi or expresses delivery companies. senden24 drops the price of delivery by aggregating multiple deliveries into one job.
Shipwise takes the pain out of booking freight shipments and makes it as easy as booking a trip. Shipwise streamlines the process and eliminates the numerous emails and phone calls, automating the reservations process by providing direct access to capacity and transparent billing.
Woobra is a two-sided marketplace platform written in Ruby on Rails to bring together suppliers to sourcing buyers all over the world. The platform has the listing of suppliers, their products and special deals with categories, country, and basic description. Buyers can search using their language regardless of the language used by the supplier to enter their data. Products and special deals are classified based on Google Product Taxonomy.
Movinga is a unique revolutionary service which combines a simple booking process with a customer-friendly interface, making it easy to plan flawless removals, it offers the best relocation experience you could wish for. With Movinga anyone can relocate within Europe fast and easy.
Hotelcloud is a US-based company that offers modern powerful B2B SaaS software system worldwide. Hotelcloud develops applications for hotels and apartments rentals that enables their guests to order any internal service and book local attractions & experiences – from a laptop, a tablet or a smartphone. It is available for the millions of users on various platforms: Web responsive, iOS and Android. Acts as CRM for hotels and small businesses.
SummitHub is a cloud-based professional knowledge network with a unique focus on connecting professionals for the purpose of professional development. They do this by bringing together three distinct mechanisms for professional knowledge dissemination into a single, modern communications platform.
A Professional Conference Hub – any and all professional conferences can post their conference, schedules, material, etc on our site at no cost. In this way professionals of all industries, globally, can find out what conferences are taking place in their field – either locally, or around the world.
One of the first in the Germany. It was found in 2013 and now operates in more than fifteen cities and gives a job to about one thousand cleaners. In spring of 2015, CleanAgent was acquired by its competitor Helpling, another German startup backed by the local venture giant Rocket Internet with $62M total funding.