Shanu Mehta – MMC Convert, hassel-free accounting data migration
MMC Convert helps with accounting data migration, making the move from one software to the next a hassel-free experience. Co-founder Shanu Mehta joins Graham Brown in Pikkal studio today to share the story of MMC Convert: how it came about, and how it is solving small business’s problems.
“Thanks again for having me on the podcast, it was a great experience and has been great for profile building. It was a really well produced, professional experience and I think any founder will find it valuable.”
– Daniel West, CEO Panalyt
(former HR Head for Apple & Uber)
Panalyt appeared on Pitchdeck Asia to raise awareness of their pre-Series A raise and pitch to potential employees who want to join the team.
Adrien Jorge & John Khoo – Propseller, the technology real estate agency
Adrien Jorge and John Khoo are back in the studio for an update on their journey with Propseller. Since the last appearance, Propseller has evolved and is now focused on creating an end to end experience in property sales, addressing the key challenges of property sellers. Adrien share insights on closure rates as well as other key metrics in the Singapore property industry.
Balasz and Csaba joined us in the Pitchdeck Asia studio today to share an update on their journey with building Aliz. They describe their company as fixing the pipes for corporates, connecting and synchronizing data silos within companies to enable seamless automation. Aliz is growing fast and in this conversation, we discuss their hiring requirements, team culture and vision for the future.
Louis Kent Lee from Viatick joins us in the Pitchdeck Asia studio today to share his insights and passions for the world of Bluetooth. We’ll look at how they use Bluetooth for track and trace applications – the “unsexy” stuff as Louis calls it – scenarios such as IOT enabled petrol pumps to Smart Estates to Bathrooms. Bluetooth can help facilities managers track and optimize their people, reduce accidents and analyze performance.
Welfare is a big issue facing the maritime industry. Given that 90% of global trade is carried by ship, it’s surprising the world isn’t talking more about this fundamental problem. Seamiles is a rewards based platfrom aimed at seafarers (maritime crew), that connects them with their families and helps them access services and support while working away from home.
Fateh Ali from Collabu Technologies shares his vision for a collaborative platform (CollabDeen) servicing the Global Islamic Economic. This market of 2 billion people is worth $3.6 trillion annually (larger than the UK and India economies). CollabDeen is a SAAS platform offering both faith based communities and brands tools to communicate with this market.
Buying your first home is getting harder globally. One of the key challenges facing home buyers is saving for their downpayment. Squaresave wants to build tools and products for financial institutions to help them index retail saver investments, tying their savings to the the property prices of the housing market.
Rajiv Lamba from Neurosensum joins us in the Pitchdeck Asia Singapore studio to share his vision for research in Asia. We discuss how research is moving beyond simply asking people for responses to actually measuring their subconscious behavior and emotions. The conversation touches upon the use of tech in research such as EEG and Virtual Reality. We also discuss how Surveysensum wants to make research affordable to SMEs across Asia with immediate reporting and feedback.
Tsengel and Zheng Wei from Irbis Ventures join us in the Singapore studio today to share their vision of helping the startup ecosystems of emerging market Asia. Starting in Mongolia, they want to help educate both startups and investors via their online accelerator program and startup deal sourcer.
Staying mindful during our work day is key to both happiness and productivity. Yet, as much as we want to practise mindfulness every day, it’s not easy in a world that constantly demands our attention. Julien Remond at Awakened Mind wants to improve creativity, workplace culture and mental wellness through group mindfulness. Their mindfulness app is part of a wider toolkit to help organizations, leaders and employees practise meditation and awareness on a daily basis.
Event sponsorship is a fast growing market, but it has until recently remained the prerogative of large banner brands like Coke and McDonald’s. It has also been out of reach for many small events, events which have passionate members but lack the resources and bandwidth to commercialize sponsorship. Adrien and his team at XSPON want to change all that by building an event sponsorship marketplace for small to mid size events.