The second day of The Next Web Conference Latin America brings with it another batch of 10 startups competing in the TNW Startup Rally. This latest group will be judged alongside yesterday’s startups, and a winner will be announced soon.
Let’s take a look at the group:
Contratan.do is helping Latin American small and medium-sized businesses solve their procurement needs for categories like software development and digital marketing. The startup says it has launched the first service-based B2B market place in the region.
Brazilian online education platform EasyAula wants to help people learn real-world skills.
FirstJob has created a marketplace for students and recent graduates looking for their first job. It currently boasts 20,000 users.
MonoLibre helps non-native English speakers work on their pronunciation. It employs speech recognition technology to instantly rate how users are doing.
Meia Bandeirada provides a taxi sharing tool to help companies cut down on transportation expenses.
Peoplehunt is a mobile messaging platform for knowledge exchange. It’s starting out with language first, but is planning on expanding to other knowledge areas.
TaxiStartup offers dispatch software for drivers and cab companies. It currently has an Android app and is working on iOS, BlackBerry and Windows Phone versions.
Re3d’s Gigabot 3D printer has a build volume of eight cubic feet and can create multiple objects in a single production run.
Izzui has built an open social learning app on Facebook that offers free and paid courses from both individuals and companies.
Data analytics startup Senseta works provides information from unmanned aerial vehicles, robots and machine learning equipment to governments and businesses. It also taps data repositories from industries such as government, aerospace, defense, oil, gas, minerals, water, financial, and healthcare.
Click here to read up on the first 10 startups from the TNW Startup Rally.