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3 Vietnamese start-ups chosen for ‘Runway to the world’ in Singapore

The Saigon Innovation Hub (SIHUB) announced that the three Vietnamese start-ups selected for the program ‘Runway To The World’ in Singapore from September 17 – 19 are LOGIVAN, Ami and CyHome. 

CyHome – a friendly management system for apartment properties – is one of the three start-ups chosen for the ‘Runway to the World’ program

CyHome – a friendly management system for apartment properties – is one of the three start-ups chosen for the ‘Runway to the World’ program

LOGIVAN is an application for trucks and works like Uber/Grab, offering a platform to connect between goods and truck owners. Thanks to technology, this app can unite the current fragmented market in Vietnam, helping to optimize the logistics industry via making use of available rented trucks, reducing transport cost for goods owners while increasing revenues for truck owners and alleviating environmental pollution.

Ami is both the software and hardware to improve traditional trading activities thanks to its ability to manage residents, university campus, and possible supply chains in order to build a digital ecosystem for a smart neighborhood.

CyHome is a friendly management system for apartment properties. Introduced in November 2017 in Vietnam, CyHome is now run in 36 major apartment buildings in Vietnam to serve more than 12,000 families. In the CyHome ecosystem, residents are guaranteed a standardized and high-quality management system to experience services and use goods with very competitive prices. The managers of these blocks, meanwhile, are able to widen their business activities with service providers and merchandise distributors, having an attractive number of stable consumers.

By TAN BA – Translated by Thanh Tam

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