MOX, a mobile-focused startup accelerator, has revealed the ten startups that form its eighth cohort.
The new batch is composed of startups that hail from India, Pakistan, Indonesia, and Malaysia. They operate in govtech, publishing tech, edtech, direct-to-customer retail, and logistics sectors, according to a statement.
Each startup will receive USD 100,000 to USD 120,000 in funding from SOSV—the US-based VC firm that runs MOX.
Here are the ten startups that are part of MOX’s eighth cohort:
- Arkademi (Indonesia) is a vocational training platform helping 185 million working-age Indonesians upskill and increase their monthly earnings by 20%. It recently secured an undisclosed amount of investment from SOSV.
- Civilcops (India) is a personalized communication platform that connects governments with citizens, making smart cities possible.
- Eat Mubarak (Pakistan) is the “UberEats of Pakistan,” connecting 3,500 restaurants with its 1 million users.
- Giladiskon (Indonesia) is a social buying club where 1.5 million Indonesian members get exclusive discounts at restaurants and lifestyle retailers.
- Kravve (Malaysia) is the “Etsy for food,” a social commerce platform powering small businesses.
- Moodah (Indonesia) helps mom and pop shops digitize their sales, inventory, and cash management.
- Pencil (India) is turning books and other publications into “living content” using data, analytics, and dynamic editing.
- Supplynote (India) is a procurement management platform that cuts out the middlemen and automates purchasing for restaurants.
- Verismart (India) is an identity and personal data management platform that applies blockchain to know-your-customer processes, risk profiling, and fraud management.
- Yuna&Co. (Indonesia) gives young professionals confidence through personalized clothing boxes using AI-based fashion matching.
MOX said the demo days will take place on February 25 in Taipei and February 28 in Singapore. Both events will be livestreamed on the accelerator’s Facebook page.
MOX operator SOSV has over USD 700 million under management as of this year. It recently closed its fourth fund at USD 277 million.
This article first appeared in Tech in Asia.