They've set out to modernize healthcare recruiting. They're a team of physicians and entrepreneurs who have come together to solve a major pain point facing medical professionals today. Healthcare is a noble profession that has become overburdened by loss of autonomy, administrative bloat, and an ever-increasing number of intermediaries widening the gap between patients and providers. They want to help realign the industry around its original purpose and let providers administer better care.
99 minutos is an ecommerce delivery company which operates in Latin America. It provides full conectivity to any ecommerce, with live tracking and quick control. 99minutos is faster, cheaper and more reliable than any delivery company out there.
Rippling is a human resource management company that manages employees’ payroll, benefits, devices, and apps. It is a platform that automates manual work, like onboarding new hires. In just 90-seconds, a company can set up (or disable) an employee’s payroll, health insurance, work computer, and third-party apps, like Gmail, Microsoft Office, and Slack. It’s the only platform that truly unifies every employee system, and automates all of the administrative work. The company was founded in 2016 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
Rappi is a Latin-American tech company and the first SuperApp in the region. It was founded in 2015 by Simón Borrero, Sebastian Mejía, and Felipe Villamarin and today is present in 9 countries and more than 200 cities. We are a young Latin American team of technology entrepreneurs with a mission to drive progress in our region through our platform for digital commerce. We know the future of Latin America can be made far brighter with technology that connects people to solutions. For us, Rappi is not just a company… it’s a movement for economic progress.
Deel is a developer of a payroll platform used to re-imagine payouts for businesses working with remote contractors. The platform is used by remote teams that connect localized compliance and automates payments in one system of record, as well as provides contracts and templates to be used for tax forms and localized contracts, automated payment, invoicing and receipts, and customer support. It aims to offer to every company that hires remote talents a one-stop-shop that makes onboarding, global compliance, and payments easier. The company was founded by Alex Bouaziz, Ofer Simon, and Shuo Wang in 2018 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
Astranis is a developer of a new satellite technology that aims to transmit data down to specific terrestrial locations with each satellite it launches. The company's mission is to help get online the 4 billion people who are without internet access. It was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
Misfits Market is a provider of subscription box service used to reduce the waste of food. The box contains fresh and organic fruits and veggies which the farms and stores can't sell which provides customers with healthy food at a reduced cost. It delivers fresh organic produce, sustainably sourced pantry staples, and other grocery items straight to its customers' door at up to 40 percent off grocery store prices. Driven by its mission to bring affordable, quality food to more people, the company leverages direct relationships with growers and producers to reduce food waste at scale and eliminate inefficiencies in the food system. The Pennsauken, New Jersey-based company was established in2018 by Abhi Ramesh.
Ramp is a technology company that develops corporate cards designed to save businesses money. The company is redesigning how corporate spending should be managed from the ground up to save time, money, and ensure control. It provides companies higher card limits, insightful saving opportunities, automated expense management, lightning-fast receipt matching, seamless accounting integration, and more. The company was founded by the same team that built, scaled, and sold Paribus to Capital One, spearheading Capital One’s push into saving technologies. Their group at Capital One enabled automated savings on online purchases, and put over $100 million back in consumers' pockets. Ramp is committed to providing that same value and savings to businesses.
HABITAS is an experience driven hospitality company with a global membership community. Locations include clubhouses in New York City, LA and a hotel in Tulum, Mexico. Additional locations are under construction in Malibu, the Bahamas and Namibia. HABITAS maintains a charitable impact organization in Uganda called RISE.
At Flutterwave, we are on a mission to build payments infrastructure to connect Africa to the global economy. We do this by building technology, tools, and infrastructure for businesses and banks who want to provide a more seamless and secure payments experience for their customers. Founded in 2016 by a team of African finance and technology veterans from Standard Bank, PayPal, Google Wallet amongst others. Flutterwave has grown to become one of the fastest growing payments companies in the world. Since inception Flutterwave has processed close to $2 billion in payments and 25 million transactions across over 33 African countries where it currently operates.
Instawork is the fastest growing career marketplace for hospitality professionals. We've changed how traditional recruiting works for small businesses (e.g a sign on the window) by turning the process into an automated matching solution. Our vision is to create economic opportunity for local businesses and professionals, globally. We're rapidly expanding across the US. We're looking for great talent to help us grow and would love to hear from you! Go to www.instawork.com or send us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org