Launched in 2017 with a mission to grow faith and cultivate a community, Pray.com now reaches more than 10 million people globally through its mobile app and website.
Category: Startups | Apps
Canadian startup Centigram has launched a mobile app which allows migrant workers and their families living in the Philippines, Australia, Canada, India, Italy, Mexico, UK, and the United States to send and receive financial support in the form of “eGift” without fees.
This year, the competition will be open for submission of entries that cover software and Internet-based innovations and will cater to all startups in the ideation to minimum viable product stage.
Customers can pay their premiums in light installments over 3 or 6 months, which can be paid with any chosen payment method – no credit card or post-dated check required.
In giving out the grants, Accenture prioritized emerging technologies that the company deems have the greatest potential to be adopted and scaled in the coming years.
Following orders from the National Privacy Commission (NPC) to take down JuanHand, Pesopop, CashJeep, and Lemon Loan, the four online lending apps (OLAs) no longer appear and are now unavailable for download from the Google Play Store.
The program is designed to scale and accelerate the growth of promising enterprise-focused Philippine startups.
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