Happy to announce today we entered the closed beta state with iCartApp.com, a mobile shop platform. What it essentially does is to enable shop owners to have a mobile store in just a couple of minutes and offer the very best experience in shopping from a mobile device.
Taking into account the recents growth stats for the iPhone and iPod touch we decided to support the iPhone OS as the first platform. iCartApp.com creates an online store accessible from the mobile browser and offers a seamless shopping experience, a major improvement compared to the standard web shop, with many design elements familiar to iPhone users.
Read more info about the project on its eWiki.ro page and request your private beta invite on the iCartApp.com mobile shopping cart platform homepage.
Feel free to contribute with information about Romanian projects and entrepreneurs. Project is expected to grow gradually in the next couple of months until reaching a critical mass of users and contributors covering most Romanian projects, meetings, startups, investors and other factors involved in the online market.
Feedback is greatly appreciated! Contact me with suggestions or feedback if you feel something should be improved or needs changing.
Today at OpenCoffee Bucharest I presented my most recent startup initiative, an online wiki for the Romanian Internet Market. Feedback from the community was amazing, with everyone in the room looking forward to contributing with content.
The main reason for starting this is to help provide an unbiased information source for people looking into the local entrepreneurship effort.
Topics featured into the wiki will include, but not limited to, who the entrepreneurs are, what projects are they working on, who are the local investors and advisors, who are the non-core business professionals with experience in working with entrepreneurs (lawyers, accountants, etc.). Also an entrepreneurship guidebook will be featured with articles about various processes an entrepreneur encounters in his activity (raise capital, make a partnership, hire the right people, etc.).
Anyone will be able to edit, as long as their submitted content is correct and unbiased.
Attached below is the Keynote I have used to support my speech. It is not very self-explanatory, but will offer you a general view of what today’s OpenCoffee was about.
If you want to know more about the project or how you can help please use the comment section or the about page.