Karachi-based incubator The Nest I/O, which is funded by Google, Samsung, and the US State Department, had its fourth demo day on Monday. The incubator is now almost two years old and has seen a total of 79 startups graduate from its four-month-long program.
Here’s the complete list:
1. The E-learning Network
wants to help teachers who are preparing to start their professional careers.
2. MentHub is a mentorship platform which connects students from disadvantaged backgrounds with professionals in urban areas of Pakistan.
3. Wondertree uses augmented reality to develop interactive games for children with special needs.
4. Techtree engineers’ educational robots that help kids learn technical skills and offer them a multifaceted education.
5. CARiger is an on-demand platform that allows you to book mechanics if you need to repair or service your car.
6. Jamout is a livestreaming app that lets users set up private chat rooms and host online events.
7. Credvestor is a peer-to-peer lending platform that wants to circumvent banks by helping borrowers and lenders communicate directly with each other.
8. Paigaam is building chatbots that are designed to help the restaurant business.
9. Wrapkar helps car owners earn more cash by advertising on their vehicles.
10. Outreach Cartel wants to act as an intermediary for people who want to earn money by sharing advertisements on their personal social media feeds.
11. Think of Photolinga as an ‘Uber for photographers.’ It allows you to search, book, and rate photographers around you.
12. AzaadHealth wants to create an interoperability network between hospitals, patients, and electronic medical record systems.
is a travel marketplace that helps users find tours, events, and excursions closeby.
14. Peekaboo Guru uses geo-tagging to find deals and discounts in restaurants and malls around you.
This is an excerpt from Tech in Asia. You can read the full article here