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11 startups that graduated from the 6th term of the Lonca Entrepreneurship Center

Lonca Entrepreneurship Center introduced 11 startups that graduated from their 6th term with the live broadcast event.

Last March, we told you that 12 startups selected for the 6th term of the Lonca Entrepreneurship Center were announced. Lonca Entrepreneurship Center introduced 11 startups that graduated from their 6th term with the live broadcast event.

To remind you, for the 6th term of the Lonca Entrepreneurship Center, startups were selected from nearly 400 applications in two categories, general and fintech. The 6th term of the Lonca Entrepreneurship Center, which started with the selection of 12 startups, ended with the graduation of 11 startups.

The 6th term entrepreneurs, who started online education as of March 10, 2021, participated in the online GoDay program on March 11 and explained their initiatives. Among the startups that graduated from the 6th term, there are startups that offer solutions in areas such as technology, health, education, artificial intelligence, cyber security and finance.

11 startups graduating from the 6th term of the Lonca Entrepreneurship Center

  • Car4Future: Energy sharing network software and energy transfer hardware developed with blockchain technology for electric vehicles.
  • CezerUni: It is a wearable medical device worn on the wrist and index finger, which analyzes the vital signs such as fever, pulse, blood pressure, etc., of patients hospitalized in hospitals or receiving home care services, by monitoring them 24 hours a day, informing the health personnel when necessary. With CezerUni, it is also aimed to minimize the risk of possible contamination to healthcare personnel.
  • Clickatory: It is a marketplace platform operating in the category of digital products. The initiative aims to bring together digital product developers and individual and corporate users on a secure and global platform, from web designs to ready-to-use software, from stock media files to design kits.
  • Innoflux: Flux Braille is a portable device project that enables visually impaired individuals to instantly access printed texts, take notes and share text between devices.
  • NudgeLab: NudgeLab, whose motto is “the one who knows he is being observed changes”, is a platform that develops smart warning and surveillance systems for loan customers.
  • Payeni: A digital wallet and corporate privilege platform that provides corporate discount deals for companies and enables employees to access a wide network of privileges.
  • Sweephy: It provides autonomous cleaning of company data (financial data, order data, user data, unstructured data) in different sources by adding field knowledge with NLP techniques and modeling with machine learning in line with the data content.
  • TheClico: An application that allows B2B solution-oriented companies to instantly monitor their feedback, complaints and evaluations from hundreds of different web platforms from a single point.
  • Varsapp: Varsapp is a platform where unused items can be rented safely.
  • Vivente: Vivente’s product Ocellus, which develops artificial intelligence solutions for the early diagnosis of eye diseases caused by diabetes, consists of a camera used in retinal imaging and a disease analysis software that works integrated with this camera.
  • VulnHero: A cloud-based software service that helps organizations that manage their IT infrastructure more easily track and manage security vulnerabilities and security patches.

Source: Webrazzi / Translated by Irem Yildiz

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