Hosted by GLX Accelerator, our virtual DemoDay featured 10 pitches from our second cohort of startups in the food, design,t ravel, and wellness sectors. Against all the odds, our startups have strived and thrived to create products and services that are innovative, ethical, and sustainable while contributing to the greater good of society and the economy.
Scroll down to watch how our entrepreneurs took their brand and business forward towards another steppingstone in their goodlife journey.
We are proud to have supported 10 promising startups set off the ground and set up for greatness!
We present you cohort 2020!
BusSeat.lk – an online platform that connects passengers with bus operators that created
an effective scheduling mechanism, in the absence of one. Their goal is to reduce
emissions by enabling more people to use public transport!
Introducing Good Folks, another amazing GLX Accelerator participant! They operate
an e-commerce platform, that sources unique products produced by individuals and
MSME’s across Sri Lanka, and supplies it under one brand name. The goal is to
support ethical, sustainable and organic producers!
Local Forecast – a virtual platform, where craft artisans – mostly from rural parts of
the Sri Lanka – can sell their creations. Their goal is to facilitate collaboration
between artists and craft artisans.
Mindful Travels – a curated marketplace for sustainable-minded travelers. The
business concept is to identify unique experiences that are also sustainable and have
them all available in one space.
Moonshadow naturals – a sustainable and environmentally friendly body care
producer, that empowers women to make independent income from the comfort of
Olai – a business for palmyrah products. Olai designs and produces alternatives to
replace your daily use plastics and other household items with palmyrah products.
Owita Organics – a start-up which will enable Sri Lankans to grow and eat organic
food. Owita offers a complete end to end Organic and Healthy food solution with
trade stores, delivery services and mobile stores.
RAW – an all-women run business that produces cold-pressed fresh juices. All the
products are organic and produced via renewable solar energy und with sustainable
Sebastco – produces wearable sustainable products, with a goal of using up to 95%
all-natural materials. The first product is a sustainable sandal, in which all raw
material is locally sourced and is 80% natural.