Enricko Lukman, writer for Tech In Asia, recently featured the three newest graduates of the Jakarta Founder Institute in a series of articles. Each piece featured a different grad, highlighting their platforms and how they plan to disrupt the startup ecosystem in Southeast Asia. We recently covered the Jakarta Founder Institute graduates in this brief article, however, Enricko Lukman has since interviewed the Founders of each new company, gaining additional insight and details about their products and plans to go to market.
These three grads are each entering different markets and have exciting plans for their products. We highly recommend checking out the Tech In Asia coverage. Click on the links below to learn more.
- Eloku: ELoku's platform allows users to track and trace shipped goods via Android, iPhone or mobile browser, providing estimated time of arrival and updates throughout the shipping process. Click here to read about Eloku on Tech In Asia.
- Pouch: Pouch is a mobile customer loyalty and retention platform that can be used by merchants to replace their conventional, card based reward program. Pouch made Founder Institute headlines recently after being one of the first companies to launch their product prior to graduation. Click here to read about Pouch on Tech In Asia.
- Ticbox: Ticbox is an online crowd-sourcing platform that helps companies conduct credible and fast online surveys at affordable prices in Indonesia. Click here to read about Ticbox on Tech In Asia.
The Jakarta Founder Institute is currently accepting applications for the Spring 2013 chapter. If you or someone you know could benefit from expert training and feedback to launch a technology startup in Jakarta, click here to apply. Those who apply by the early application deadline get to take the admissions test for free and are eligible for the Female Founder Fellowship - a scholarship offered to exceptional female applicants.