The Pivony Voice of the Customer Analytics Platform became one of the 11th batch initiatives of the Workup Program.
The esteemed Workup Entrepreneurship Program, made possible with the backing of İşbank and overseen by Hackquarters, seeks to support emerging startups that produce effective solutions and enable them to expand globally regardless of their verticals.
The Workup program boasts a strong track record, with over 15,000 startups applying to date, and 95 have graduated. This has resulted in a noteworthy accomplishments for many alumni startups, including raising $15 million in investments and significantly improving their businesses.
Pivony Consumer Intelligence Analytics Platform was chosen as one of the 11th batch innovative startups of the Workup Program. It aims to help startups with new-generation technology ideas grow and scale their platforms.
The program started with an entertaining meeting at Kolektif House Levent on 3 March. The participants of the new period, consisting of 10 innovative startups, among which Pivony was selected among 553 applications, came together.
During the six-month program, Pivony will receive mentoring support from business professionals who are experts in their fields and will have the opportunity to participate in training and inspiration events organized by successful entrepreneurs and technical experts. The program will end with the Demo Day event, where Pivony will have the chance to meet with potential investors, customers, and business partners.
Pivony co-founder and CEO Emre Çalışır expressed his happiness to be a part of this program as follows:
"We are very excited to be selected for the Workup Entrepreneurship Program. I think we will achieve significant gains with the experience of İşbank and Hackquarters in startup acceleration programs. We believe that we will accelerate our growth and achieve our goals with the support of the program. We collaborated with the mentors, experts, and investors in this program. We look forward to meeting and meeting other initiatives.”