I will develop your crazy thoughts to a digital reality | Ranging from MVP, small businesses to established businesses | Website development | IOS/Android Application development | Custom software development | Automation software / Task automation | No work is too small or too big :)

Hey there this is Jeyanth a professional software developer who writes clean code with passion.

I am down to globalize your business and take it to a complete new level with my out of the box, super creative and professional website or an app for your business. I can create any kind of system/ software that adapts to your business and automates the process at the most! This investment can make your service/ product available globally and reach new heights. From design to development to deployment I will be your right hand.

My work load at my full time job is 50% due to the current Covid-19 crisis. I am available for remote work/ freelance contracts for 6 hours a day.

I love to build well-structured, clean code and clean repositories with maintainable and scalable structure, functional programming. Besides, I like to write code in a high-paced and challenging environment with an emphasis on using best practices to develop high-quality software that meets project requirements, budget, and schedule.

I accomplish my work within a reasonable amount of time without detracting from the quality of the product. When working with me you can expect a professional, prompt and friendly service.

Github : http://github.com/jeyk333

OPERATING SYSTEMS – Windows, Linux, MacOS

LANGUAGES – HTML5, CSS3, JQuery, JavaScript, TypeScript, Meteor.js, ReactJS, React Native, Node.js, GraphQL, Python, Django

CMS and E-commerce – WordPress, Shopify

DATABASE – MySQL, MongoDB, PostgreSQL

OTHER – AWS/Azure, Application Testing, Continuous Integration and Continuous Development, Test driven development

Experience summary :

Having 5 plus years of experience as Web and Mobile Application developer.

Hands on experience in both Client and Server side technologies.

Creating and managing the estimates, project plan, project schedule, resource allocation and expenses to ensure that targets were reached.

Significant experience in Responsive Web Design (RWD).

Skilled at analyzing and solving browser compatibility challenges and possesses ability to maintain consistency and well commented HTML and CSS markup.

Performed troubleshooting in the event of an issue with the applications and updated findings and fix to clients.

Self-motivated, able to handle multiple priorities and excellent time management skills.

Willingness and ability to easily adapt to learn any newer technology or software.

Experienced in developing applications using Agile (SCRUM) and Test Driven methodologies.

Skilled at analyzing and solving browser compatibility challenges and possesses ability to maintain consistency and well commented HTML and CSS markup.

Good experience with Git Version control System with Github, Gitlab, Bitbucket by maintaining the code qualities and versions efficiently.

Expertise in debugging and troubleshooting existing code using Google Developer Console and other Developer Tools.

Dm me to view my resume/portfolio or discuss a crazy business idea with me !

Thank you !

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SBDC Reinforces Small Business “Startup Community” – by Ark Valley Voice Staff – The Ark Valley Voice

SBDC Reinforces Small Business “Startup Community” – by Ark Valley Voice Staff  The Ark Valley Voice
“startups when:1d” – Google News

Looking for consumer/media groups that promote buying local and small business.

Hey all! I'm about to launch my shopping assistant that allows users to browse and buy from the small businesses in their communities. I'm looking to get it in front of any media or consumer groups that are huge evangelists of buying local and small businesses. This is only in the U.S. for now. Has anyone had any good experiences with any groups in promoting community commerce, etc.?

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Help me out. How do i create my first customers? (i am targeting a very small and specific base)

So i am making a web app that schools or colleges could use to contact with their students…it's not a big thing but i was just wondering how to i start selling? i mean how do i get the first people to buy subscription? should i individually approach schools (if yes, alone or not, or should i start with low end schools and then move up) or should i go directly into ads (i don't think this one's gonna be effective). Please help me here…

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WJR Business Beat with Jeff Sloan: Small Business Coronavirus Impact Poll (Episode 95)

On today’s WJR Business Beat, Jeff shares insights from a recently released U.S. Chamber of Commerce and MetLife Coronavirus Impact Poll. The survey shows that two thirds of small businesses are concerned about having to close again or stay closed if there is a second wave of COVID-19 in the fall.

Jeff shares more details from the survey, as well as three recommendations for small business owners and entrepreneurs who continue to battle for their businesses.

Tune in to the WJR Business Beat for more: 

Tune in to News/Talk 760 AM WJR weekday mornings at 7:11 a.m. for the WJR Business Beat. Listeners outside of the Detroit area can listen live HERE.

Are you an entrepreneur with a great story to share? If so, contact us at editor@startupnation.com and we’ll feature you on an upcoming segment of the WJR Business Beat!

WJR Business Beat Transcript

Good morning, Paul.

Small business owners across America are confronting such uncertainty. We’re all so eager to return to some kind of normal and while that hope fuels us to keep pressing forward, it can also cause compromised decisions about when and how to reopen our businesses. And the price for being hasty is high as we are all now seeing the number of cases swell in many parts across the U.S.

And it begs the question about whether or not we are now dealing with this dreaded second wave of this crisis predicted to be worse than the first. Where is all of this going? When will it end? Will what we knew as normal now be changed, may be gone forever?

According to a survey released earlier this week by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and MetLife that focused on the ongoing impact of the coronavirus on small businesses and their owners, two thirds of small business owners indicate that they are now concerned about having to close again, possibly, or even worse, just simply close permanently if the current pace of cases keeps up or even worse, trends upwards, once the fall season begins.

But entrepreneurs are a hardy bunch and many are fighting hard to do all we can to hunker down and prepare to try to ride this out and get to the other side of it.

And here are some key things that I see entrepreneurs doing and recommend that all of us do as small business owners as we take on this fight.

Number one, don’t panic about the uncertainty. Put simply, we face an uncertain future. That’s a given. Don’t focus on the long view right now. We simply cannot know what life and business will be like a year or two from now. Rather, take it day by day. Focus on survival, steady as she goes.

Two, be flexible. Be nimble. Pivot as required. The business you were in six months ago will be different from the one going forward. This is a given. Those that survive will be the ones that adapt to the new circumstances we all face.

Lastly, know that you’re not alone. We’re all in this together. We’re all confronting tough challenges, confusion, uncertainty and fear over what the future will bring.

Hang in there, entrepreneurs. We’re a hardy bunch and we’re going to do our best to get through this. And if we take it day by day, take it slowly and methodically and don’t panic along the way, we’re going to get through this. We’re going to get through this together.

I’m Jeff Sloan, founder and CEO of StartupNation.com, and that’s today’s Business Beat on the Great Voice of the Great Lakes, WJR.

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Real Estate Startup Zibo Raises $10.5 Million, Unveils Banking And Rent Payment Platform For Small Landlords – Forbes

Real Estate Startup Zibo Raises $ 10.5 Million, Unveils Banking And Rent Payment Platform For Small Landlords  Forbes
“startups when:1d” – Google News

Jakarta-based Wahyoo gets $5 million Series A to help small eateries digitize their operations

Wahyoo’s team, including CEO Peter Shearer (third from left)

While growing up, Peter Shearer watched his mother get up every day at 2AM or 3AM to prepare for her catering business. For many people who own small food businesses in Indonesia, “everything is handled on their own, so I really, really wanted to create a system so they can have better operations and get more quality of life,” Shearer told TechCrunch.

His startup, Wahyoo, was founded in 2017 to help small eateries, called warung makan, digitize and automate more tasks, from ordering supplies to managing finances. Today, Wahyoo announced that it has raised $ 5 million in Series A funding led by Intudo Ventures, a venture capital firm focused on Indonesia.

Other investors in the round included Kinesys Group, Amatil X (the corporate venture program of Coca-Cola Amatil, one of the world’ five largest Coca-Cola bottlers), Arkblu Capital, Indogen Capital, Selera Kapital, Gratyo Universal Indonesia and Isenta Hioe. The capital will be used on hiring, developing Wahyoo’s tech platform and expanding beyond the Greater Jakarta area.

In a press statement about the investment, Intudo Ventures founding partner Patrick Yip said, “Small-and medium enterprises represent one of the major engines of economic growth in Indonesia and are being transformed through new innovative businesses like Wahyoo, bringing greater economic prosperity to small business owners throughout the country. Through the company’s digitization efforts, Wahyoo’s highly targeted support for warung makan businesses is creating positive economic and social impact for Indonesia’s working class.”

Wahyoo launched its app almost exactly a year ago and has onboarded about 13,800 warung makan so far. The company’s co-founders are Shearer, the chief executive officer; chief operating officer Daniel Cahyadi; and chief technology officer Michael Dihardja.

With about 268 million people, Indonesia is Southeast Asia’s largest markets, and there are already startups, like Warung Pintar and BakuWarung, that focus on helping warung, or small corner stores, digitize more of their operations.

Shearer said he wanted to focus on Indonesian eateries in particular because “my background is in the food industry and I love anything related to food. Second, the potential is very big because no one has tapped into this type of warung before. Everyone focuses on retail, but no one taps into the culinary business.”

Wahyoo currently employs about 170 people, including on-the-ground teams who meet with warung makan owners. The eateries are “usually run by a family, from generation to generation,” with almost all tasks performed manually, including bookkeeping and going to markets early in the morning to buy ingredients, Shearer said.

A warung makan owner on Wahyoo’s platform

Wahyoo’s features include a next-day grocery delivery service from its own warehouses and integration with Go Food, a popular delivery app. The startup also runs an education program called Wahyoo Academy, with financial courses to help warung makan owners increase customer traffic and revenue, and offers advertising and brand partnerships.

For example, a restaurant on Wahyoo’s platform can earn money by placing ad banners or brochures in their stores. That is one of the way Wahyoo monetizes. It is free to use for restaurant owners, and makes revenue by taking a percentage of brand commissions.

Another revenue stream is Wahyoo’s fried chicken franchise, which gives warung makan owners the option of opening a small stall in front of their stores. It currently has about 350 stalls and keeps costs low by partnering with one of Indonesia’s largest poultry suppliers. Shearer said the company’s goal is to increase the number of stalls to 1,000 by the end of this year.

While eateries on Wahyoo saw a drop in their business in April and May because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Shearer said that it began to recover in June and July, and is now back to normal, partly because of the platform’s Go Food integration.

In the future, Wahyoo may face competition from other warung-focused startups if they decided to expand their services to restaurants as well, and new startups that want to tap into the business opportunity offered by the 59.3 million small- to medium-sized businesses in Indonesia, many of which haven’t digitized their operations yet.

Shearer said Wahyoo’s value proposition is its portfolio of complementary services. “We are basically creating an ecosystem,” he added. “We are not only focusing on the supply chain, but also our own brand. We have the fried chicken brand and in the future we will tap into financial technology and the catering business as well.”

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