Singapore-headquartered RedDoorz helps small hotels increase their traffic through an online platform that offers booking, payments, customer service, and loyalty programs. The startup ensures that rooms on its website are above a set standard and makes money out of successful bookings.
Ayopop wants users to pay for things like their phone bills, electricity, and internet services through its app. Users can create a profile on Ayopop, load credit onto their account via credit card, bank transfer, or a number of other payment options, and can then spend that amount on various services. The startup takes a commission on each transaction.
Beijing-based Niu Jiao Suo is a fintech startup that helps Chinese investors move their money abroad. Through the company’s app, users can invest in overseas funds of their choice. The minimum investment amount is US$400 and the upper limit is US$50,000.
Headquartered in Hanoi, Appota is a big mobile game publisher with a social gaming network and a gaming news media portal. It also has an advertising platform that drives installs for apps and helps developers make money on their traffic, a marketing rewards app, and a payment solution, which provides a cost-effective payment gateway for its partners and an ewallet for end-users
Pomona is an app that lets shoppers collect loyalty points. Its users get rewards for checking in and making purchases at retail locations. The startup also forged a notable partnership with Grand Indonesia, the largest mall operator in Indonesia, and some big retail brands.
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