“A start-up is a company designed to grow fast”, Paul Graham. A lot of services that you use today began as start-ups. Some of them are: AirBnB, Instagram, Pinterest, Angry Birds, Linkedin, Uber, Snapchat, WhatsApp, Twitter and Facebook.
Every year some of the small business grow up to international companies, so Caper Times created a list of start-ups to watch out in 2022.
“Infrastructure designers can get the services of Spacemaker to provide the smartest ways to maximize the value of their real-estate structure. They will generate and explore billions of site proposals, sort out the best ones and give the infrastructure developers detailed statistics about each of them. Spacemaker uses machine intelligence to come up with eco-friendly designs”.
“InVideo is an online software program that offers seamless inventive video creation services. It helps marketers, entrepreneurs, agencies, other small businesses to make professional-looking videos with ease. Funding is more than $15 million. “It is incredibly easy to use, with a video design platform that enables users to turn their ideas into gold-standard videos in mins, even if you’ve never edited a video before for less than $10/month. The program offers 4000+ fully customizable templates covering every major use-case or industry + pre-built elements in their asset library such as CTAs, stickers, and overlays + an in-built library of 3M+ stock images, video clips, and music to make videos look as professional as ever”.
The start-up has $9 billion of funding and is sponsored by Hyundai Motors. “Grab started as a ride-hailing platform to connect commuters with riders in Singapore. It has topped the list of the best start-ups to invest in 2019. After getting funds from multiple companies, it has introduced new services like GrabTaxi, GrabCar, GrabHitch, GrabShare, GrabCoach, GrabShuttle, GrabShuttle Plus, GrabFamily, JustGrab, GrabNow, and GrabRental.
Unlike Uber and Lyft in the USA, the Grab mobile platform is available for city transportation for driver-partners and customers in South East Asia only”.
“Eatigo claims to be the number one restaurant reservation platform in Asia. It is backed by Trip Advisor and offers dining deals and restaurant reservations in Thailand, India, Hong Kong, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Singapore. Users can search for restaurants, reserve online, and enjoy deals with a special discount, within minutes.
Restaurant locations, pictures, reviews, and menus are also available on the platform for the users to see and decide in real-time, whether it is a good fit for them. Eatigo was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Bangkok, Thailand. Investor – Trip Advisor, funding $25.5 million”.
It is an AI-powered voice assistant that can turn contact centers into profit generation machines. Observe.AI uses multiple technologies such as machine learning, natural language processing, and a list of error checks to ensure that all your voice calls are following the same procedures. It tracks, monitors, and educates the call agents to ensure that each of your calls can generate sales – thereby increasing profitability and decreasing the number of uninterested callers.
Observe.AI is backed by Scale Venture Partners and Nexus Venture Partners. In a short period, it has gained the trust of Tripadvisor, Microsoft, ERCBPO and Talkdesk”. Funding is more than $34 million.