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  • Rovo


    What did Rovo do? Rovo was a Singapore-based app that connected amateur athletes to competitors of a similar skill level, tracked their performance, and helped teams of players schedule games. The app provided users with a service to find tennis players with the desired skill set around their location. Rovo focused on games through online […]

  • Quizy


    What did Quizy do? Quizy was a platform that offered a variety of quizzes on a wide range of topics, from general knowledge to specific interests. Users could create their own quizzes or take quizzes created by others. Quizy also offered a variety of features that made it a fun and engaging way to learn. […]

  • Fronted


    What did Fronted do? Fronted was a UK fintech startup that helped renters afford rental deposits with monthly repayment options. The company offered a loan that could be used to cover the cost of a rental deposit. The loan was repaid over a period of 12 months, with interest rates starting at 9.9% APR. Fronted […]

  • Vine


    What did Vine do? Vine was a social media platform that allowed users to create, upload, and consume short-form video content. The videos on Vine were six seconds long and played in a loop format. Vine was initially envisioned as a microvlogging social media platform, but it became an entertainment media platform after launch. Vine […]

  • HQ Trivia

    HQ Trivia

    What did HQ Trivia do? HQ Trivia was a mobile trivia game developed by Intermedia Labs for iOS, Android, iPadOS, and tvOS. First released in 2017, the HQ app allowed users to participate in daily, live, trivia games in which they could win or split prize money. The game was hosted by Scott Rogowsky, who […]

  • Sendy


    What did Sendy do? Sendy was a logistics company that connected shippers with drivers and riders in Kenya, Nigeria, and Uganda. Sendy’s platform allowed shippers to book deliveries of all sizes, from small packages to large cargo. Drivers and riders could sign up to deliver goods on the Sendy platform, and they were vetted and […]

  • Intergalactic Therapeutics

    Intergalactic Therapeutics

    What did Intergalactic Therapeutics do? Intergalactic Therapeutics was a gene therapy startup founded by ATP (Apple Tree Partners), a leading life sciences venture capital firm. The company aimed to overcome the limitations of viral-based gene therapies by advancing non-viral gene therapies with two proprietary technologies: C3DNA, a versatile non-viral cargo platform, and COMET, a pulsed […]

  • Fuzzy


    What did Fuzzy do? Fuzzy was a subscription-based pet healthcare startup that offered 24/7 access to veterinarians through its mobile app. The company also provided a service for direct mailing of medications, supplements, and food for dogs and cats. Fuzzy’s mission was to make pet care accessible, affordable, and delightful for every pet parent. The […]

  • ConnectedH


    What did ConnectedH do? ConnectedH was a healthcare technology company that simplified healthcare processes by organizing relevant data. ConnectedH’s platform connected different sectors of the healthcare system, including patients, doctors, diagnostic labs, and insurance companies. This allowed for seamless communication and coordination of care, which could lead to better patient outcomes and lower costs. ConnectedH […]

  • Pillow


    What did Pillow do? Pillow Crypto was a Singapore-based cryptocurrency investment startup that allowed customers to invest in Bitcoin, stablecoins, and altcoins. It promised returns of up to 18%, but this figure dropped to 14% as the market cooled. Pillow aimed to make cryptocurrency usage understandable and simple for retail users. It simplified cryptocurrency investments […]

  • Buzzer


    What did Buzzer do? Buzzer was a mobile sports streaming app that aimed to provide a personalized sports experience for Gen Z users. Users could download the app and enter their favorite teams or players, then receive notifications when games were close late, when a star player was having a big night, or even when […]

  • Clutter


    What did Clutter do? Clutter was a provider of on-demand storage and moving services used to help customers store their physical belongings. Clutter aimed to consistently provide hassle-free and affordable services by investing in exceptional people, smart technology, and pristine spaces. The company offered customizable solutions for everyone, including warehouse storage, self-storage, moving, and packing […]

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