For example, in Africa, there are many small micrcredit institutes but lots of them go bankrupt. Why? Because they usually don't have the financial resources to purchase an efficient credit management software.
The idea of Umantravel is too enable NGOs to share resources (such as an efficient credit management software) one with each other.Moreover, by joining the platform, NGOs increase their visibility and therefore their chance to attract talents and monetary help.
Great things can happen when people work together.
Wevolver is a website that offers an infrastructure for developing hardware collaboratively.
Projects can be open, closed or hidden.
-Freely create and rearrange the project structure at any time.
-Keep content and communication organized in separate project parts.
-Use a visualization of the project structure for quick navigation.
-Create and share content
-Connect with other tools like Google Drive.
-Open, closed or hidden projects.
eeSea will address largely unsatisfied business intelligence (BI) needs in the container shipping segment of the global transport industry, later expandin into other segments like rail, road and bulk shipping. The total addressable market is estimated at 400k users, in all segments.
WTM? Social is a website that gives the public access to user-submitted events, photos, videos, music, and entertainment news. Letting users take part in sharing content will create a growing library of content that will define itself as a flourishing community of event-seekers and event-creators. This idea is being pursued because it is a step ahead from what is currently in market in that it allows wtmsocial's users to do more than what any other event-listing website can offer by allowing all event creators to sell tickets absolutely free, without compromising the company's revenue potential. This product is highly scalable, and I hope to move beyond NYC. I ultimately look to create financial ease to both the event-seekers, and those that create and promote the events.
WTM? adds more value and substance to the already popular event-listing online platform. We allow users to post their own events, make money and share media that can spark more attention to them or their cause, creating a viral effect.
I am looking for co-founders that will compliment my skill sets and help me develop the platform and ultimately turn this startup into a successful business. One co-founder will have skills in programming and web development, another would be a markerter who is also skilled in sales.
Whether it is preferrable or not, the average person has become more interested in reading headlines than a long, five page editorial from the New York Times. As a result, there is room for a regular news media site to come in and provide headline-type news.
My idea for the site would involve content covering everything from the protests in Egypt to the next iPhone. However, the article content is nothing more than a couple lines which someone can read in no time at all but which provoke a response from readers.
TGBuzz is already up and running as a technology and gaming site but really it is just a domain name that I wanted to pick up in case the name works for the finished website. The site design and development still needs to be completed and more writers are necessary.
iReports (individual local journalists particularly in foreign countries) will be utilized extensively for pictures and videos to be uploaded of current events.
This can make maps 'live' with the business-owners voice also represented and thereby making people more and better informed before making a decision on where to go/buy.
For an example on how it works, type in 'Barcelona' in the adress-field.
You can then view and export your animated sequence, upload on social networks: Youtube, Facebook, Vine.
An example of Kinetic Typography can be seen here:
Right now making such content requires skills with video editors and complicated tools not suited for the average internet user.
This platform aims to fix this issue.
Baby Pink, Fuchsia Pink, French Rose, Pink Flamingo? If you are confused, don't worry as you are not alone!
Most Nigerians are also cofused about the wide range of colours out there but they need to make these choices on a weekly basis before spending an average of £100 a week on Nigerian Fabrics for parties. Anyone who has attended a Nigerian party knows how important this is to Nigerian women. If you are doubt Google "Nigerian Parties". At the moment, about 80% these fabrics are bought blindly and only seen by the women a week before the event.
We are creating a platform that allows anyone easily customise and share a wide range of Nigerian fabrics (a.k.a aso-ebi) colour schemes, patterns and designs with families and friends at a push of a button via BBM, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter and printed Invitations for free! The platform will be similar to a mashup of Spoonflower, ColourLovers and Etsy.
The Launch page can be found at http://hello.iyaeko.com/ and we have over 150 people on the waiting list and over 1500 views.
I have been able to put aside about £5000 to build the prototye and further explore the idea before approaching Angels. I am trying to code the platform using RubyonRails but as I am not an expert developer, I am struggling a bit and its now taking too long.
So I need a co-founder that would be paid in cash and equity for his/her time in order to help in developing a working prototype.