Startup Alliance Created for Caring Workplaces

Ecosystem

A new collaboration has been formed between Hungarian startups that have joined forces for more caring Hungarian jobs.

The initiative was launched by Blue Colibri App and DokiApp, who recognize that employers and employees alike are finding it increasingly difficult to cope with the current economic uncertainties. This makes it increasingly important for companies to provide a supportive working environment - and to do so in a variety of ways across sectors.

Blue Colibri has opened up its platform to other innovative technology businesses. Together, they offer an even more complex solution on a platform called "People Platform" - from flexible wage access, instant medical video advice, and sustainability awareness, to transparent donations. This allows employees to access a wide range of services in a single system, even through a corporate app downloaded to their mobile phones.

The collaboration will be implemented by the following teams:
 

Blue Colibri App

An employee platform that already supports the daily lives of 86,000 employees of more than 100 companies in the areas of communication, administration, training, onboarding and community building.

DokiApp

DokiApp is a residential and corporate telemedicine platform. It provides its users with instant medical video consultations, risk assessments, psychological and dietetic appointment booking systems and a knowledge repository. The DokiApp Employee Care Program for companies can reduce absenteeism by up to 80% and provide a healthy work environment.

GreenSense

GreenSense helps companies and their employees to integrate environmental awareness into their daily practices through its sustainability programs. In doing so, they not only contribute to the development of workplace communities but also encourage companies to set an example for their partners and competitors.

Salarify

Their development allows employees to draw their wages according to their needs, rather than the standard monthly salary. The team's vision is to modernize the digital financial ecosystem with customized products based on payroll data, using proprietary ERP and banking integration solutions.

Sharity

On the one hand, Sharity is a digital technology for transparent and commission-free donations that connects donors to good causes and the organizations that represent them. On the other hand, it is a pioneering digital impact marketing tool with the development of video donation capabilities.

The five collaborating startups have different profiles, backgrounds, and market penetration, but share a common goal: to create a corporate climate with innovative technology solutions where employees feel informed, safe, healthy, and aware as members of an inclusive community, while also having the opportunity to be informed and active on important issues such as social and environmental responsibility.

In January, the five teams will present the opportunities in a workshop. Details and pre-registration are available here.
 

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