Meet The 10 Women-Led-Startups That Will Pitch At #HerPitch

Top 10 Finalists HerPitch

Earlier, we had announced ‪#‎HerPitch‬ in association with Jaarvis Accelerator, a first of its kind initiative to encourage and support women-led startups.

We would like to cheer and thank all the women entrepreneurs who shared their ideas. We believe in you, and wish you luck.

Making their way through an overwhelming number of applications, we present to you the top 10 finalists that will pitch tomorrow and the winners will have an opportunity to join the Jaarvis Accelerator program.

1. PoolWallet

Worried about sharing expenses on a trip or pitching in to buy a gift for a friend without the hassle of one person bearing all the expense. Here’s Poolwallet for you. It is a mobile peer-to-peer and group payments social network which allows you to share expenses and split payments. It aggregates multiple mobile wallets and payments system to allow online real time sharing of expenses. What’s more? You can also create a personal wishlist and share it with your friends to involve participation and/or contribution.

Co-founder: Smita Mishra

2. Hope Collective:

This is an online marketplace where each purchase pays out as hope to a social cause. Hopecollective provides an e-commerce platform for merchandise produced by NGOs and social enterprises. It not only aids the NGOs by providing enabling them and reducing the dependency on charity, but it also supports and provides a voice to various social, economic or environmental cause which do not generally find place in traditional marketplace.

Co-founder: Devakshi Nayar

3. Clean Money

Inspired from Swach Bharat Abhiyan, Clean Money is an effective solid waste management system. It is a ecofriendly and profitable method to improve the methods of waste disposal.

Co-founder: Diksha Vashisht

4. Algaari

With growing urbanization, the air pollution levels have also been on a rise. With a generation that spends most of their time indoors, may it be in schools, homes or offices, what we need the most is clean air. Algaari combines cleantech and healthcare to bring to you an indoor air purifier that filtrates and purifies indoor air making it healthy to breathe.

Co-founder: Sweta Joshi

5. EasyPuja

EasyPuja helps you organize a puja (religious ceremony) at the click of the mouse or a phone call. It not only brings the necessary items of the ceremony to your doorstep but also helps you find an authentic pandit of your community to perform the puja. It is cost effective, time saving, and quite useful for the tech savvy generation.

Founder: Riya shah

6. Campify

This mobile app aims to keep the students updated about latest happenings in the college campus. From academic information to the news and events, this app broadcasts live updates and keep the students informed about every tiny update.

Co-founder: Divya Goyal

7. Foospot

Is there a way to get around wasting time every day to find a good parking spot or getting through in a congested road because somebody parked their car on the side of the road? Foospot has the answer. It lets you find out real time availability of parking spots and pre book them by paying through an online wallet. It also provides the facility of on demand valet and towing vehicles.

Co-Founder: Ekta Sengar

8. Ithaka Tales

Ithakatales is a pocket travel guide as a mobile app that provides you travel experience in various formats, ranging from images and text to self-guided audios. It provides freedom, ease of access and flexibility as well as gives room to explore various travel aspects on the go.

Co-founders: Rachna Pande

9. Zucate

Zucate is an interactive learning technology which aims to fundamentalise learning and enhance accessibility in K-12 segment. At Zucate, the education pattern is customized to suit the learning curve of a child, while giving him/her access to a network of teachers to clear doubt through live time chats and forums. Apart from concept nodes, mind maps and other learning techniques, it also allows parent follow-up and progress trackers to keep the parents informed about a student’s development.

Co-founder: Moitreyee Goswami

10. RF Creators

RF creators have brought customized RF antennas and circuit design and development to the Indian markets, thus reducing the outsourcing from China and Korea.

Co-founders: Jenny Charan