Meet the 4 tech startups participating in the WE Rise women-focussed accelerator programme

WE Rise, the flagship accelerator programme of early-stage impact enterprise incubator Villgro Philippines, announced the 20 women-owned companies that have participated in their programme, including four tech companies.

The tech companies are:

Rumarocket
Founder: Kathleen Yu

Rumarocket is an artificial intelligence (AI) tool that helps users identify, optimise, and retain the right talent for the right positions. The company said that its AI can even predict if a team member is about to leave or is going to perform and recommend the right course of action for these employees.

CAWIL.AI
Founder: Cherry Murillon

CAWIL.AI utilises a flexible AI platform that applies itself to recognise objects for its machine learning capabilities. It also highlights customised computer vision tools for machine learning models. The company provides AI solutions to challenges in the environment, provides on-demand data analytics and helps humanity understand the benefits of AI. Currently, they are focused on the ASEA region through fostering partners and clients for environmental management and smart city applications.

Husay Co.
Founder: Leah Rasay

Husay Co. has developed an e-learning platform where artists can both learn and search for job opportunities. It envisions Filipino artists and creative workers thriving in their chosen field and industry. They have worked with over 780 artists and counting, some of which are visual artists, writers, digital artists, and performers to name a few.

Also Read: PDAX raises US$12.5M to take advantage of the popularity of cryptocurrencies in Philippines

For the artists, Husay Co. focuses on getting access to jobs and providing learning courses for those who are in need of upskilling in areas of business, marketing, and worker benefits in order to equip them with better management.

Global CreditPros
Founder: Ronica Jones

Global Credit Pros is a fintech company that aims to halt the cycle of debt for Filipinos as well as take them onto a path of trouble-free retirement. As of the moment, their main target market is the BPO space as this is one of the most resilient industries in the Philippines, growing at 10 per cent a year.

WE Rise takes in 20 female entrepreneurs from sectors such as agriculture, retail, technology, personal care, services, and affordable housing.

According to a press statement, the accelerator began in the midst of the pandemic in 2020 with a focus on access to financing to help close the gender finance gap. Over the course of the programme, the cohort had the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of Villgro’s customised mentorship program, focused learning sessions, and technical assistance.

In hosting WE Rise, Villgro Philippines partners with Value for Women and was supported by Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs’ (ANDE) Advancing Women’s Empowerment Fund (AWEF).

It has hosted a showcase of the companies in late August.

Image Credit: clin0000

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WE Rise, the flagship accelerator programme of early-stage impact enterprise incubator Villgro Philippines, announced the 20 women-owned companies that have participated in their programme, including four tech companies.

The tech companies are:

Rumarocket
Founder: Kathleen Yu

Rumarocket is an artificial intelligence (AI) tool that helps users identify, optimise, and retain the right talent for the right positions. The company said that its AI can even predict if a team member is about to leave or is going to perform and recommend the right course of action for these employees.

CAWIL.AI
Founder: Cherry Murillon

CAWIL.AI utilises a flexible AI platform that applies itself to recognise objects for its machine learning capabilities. It also highlights customised computer vision tools for machine learning models. The company provides AI solutions to challenges in the environment, provides on-demand data analytics and helps humanity understand the benefits of AI. Currently, they are focused on the ASEA region through fostering partners and clients for environmental management and smart city applications.

Husay Co.
Founder: Leah Rasay

Husay Co. has developed an e-learning platform where artists can both learn and search for job opportunities. It envisions Filipino artists and creative workers thriving in their chosen field and industry. They have worked with over 780 artists and counting, some of which are visual artists, writers, digital artists, and performers to name a few.

Also Read: PDAX raises US$12.5M to take advantage of the popularity of cryptocurrencies in Philippines

For the artists, Husay Co. focuses on getting access to jobs and providing learning courses for those who are in need of upskilling in areas of business, marketing, and worker benefits in order to equip them with better management.

Global CreditPros
Founder: Ronica Jones

Global Credit Pros is a fintech company that aims to halt the cycle of debt for Filipinos as well as take them onto a path of trouble-free retirement. As of the moment, their main target market is the BPO space as this is one of the most resilient industries in the Philippines, growing at 10 per cent a year.

WE Rise takes in 20 female entrepreneurs from sectors such as agriculture, retail, technology, personal care, services, and affordable housing.

According to a press statement, the accelerator began in the midst of the pandemic in 2020 with a focus on access to financing to help close the gender finance gap. Over the course of the programme, the cohort had the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of Villgro’s customised mentorship program, focused learning sessions, and technical assistance.

In hosting WE Rise, Villgro Philippines partners with Value for Women and was supported by Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs’ (ANDE) Advancing Women’s Empowerment Fund (AWEF).

It has hosted a showcase of the companies in late August.

Image Credit: clin0000

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