Indonesia-based Snapcart is a cashback and consumer analytics startup. It lets users take a picture of their receipt whenever they buy something. By “reading” the contents of the receipt, its analytics software gathers consumer data from offline purchases. Users can earn money back on every purchase they make when they scan their receipts.
Qbera is using some tech muscle to screen the salaried folk who don’t fall in the bank’s periphery of vision and offer them quick, short-term loans. The average size of its loans is INR 250,000 (US$3075) and it normally finances loans for a period of one to three years. The company claims that he loans are disbursed as quickly as 24 hours.
SoCash allows you to withdraw cash from any merchant just like an ATM. The startup uses your bank’s mobile app to let you transfer an amount to the merchant’s bank account. Then you can pick up the amount in cash from the merchant. As for merchants, SoCash provides them with extra traffic in their stores and they can get a fee from the startup for every transaction.
Founded in 2015, Weeloy helps restaurants and other food and beverage (F&B) businesses streamline their processes and improve their services. It offers a single software platform that takes care of all their needs, whether that’s reservations, table management, or marketing. The startup also has a business-to-consumer component, which allows users to discover restaurants and book tables.
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