Six more startups pitched online to big-name Southeast Asia-loving VCs at the most recent running of our Life’s A Pitch sessions. They were:

  1. InsureVite (Singapore) – A messaging service sold to insurance firms. The reason: 50% of millennials prefer to do customer service via messaging and are 35 times more likely to read messages than emails.
  2. B2M Asia (Taiwan) – A marketplace for import/export companies that helps them and its merchants avoid exorbitant currency exchange rates via its own FX system.
  3. HomeCrowd (Malaysia) – A lending app aimed at millennials for mortgage and debt consolidation loans. The startup already has a peer-to-peer lending license in Malaysia.
  4. Inochi Care (India) – An electronic medical device built for chronic non-healing wounds like diabetic foot ulcers and pressure sores.
  5. ActiveBuildings (India) – Sensors and software built for rental building managers.
  6. Ottodot (Singapore) – Science revision quizzes for primary school learners.

Thanks to the three participating VCs:

  • 500 Startups
  • ParticleX
  • Plug n Play

Thanks to our event partners:

  • Revvx
  • True Digital Park
  • Garage+
  • SOSV
  • Wework
  • 500 Startups

Join our next online pitch:

  • July 30, 2020, 1400hrs (GMT+8)

The slots for our next Life’s A Pitch session are limited (and they’re free), so scan the QR code or hit this link to head over to our Eventbrite page to apply.

Format: You get five minutes to pitch plus seven minutes for the Q&A.

Joining requirements: Early-stage startup (seed to series B) with proven business traction looking to raise from Southeast Asian or Chinese VCs.