Young entrepreneurs in Granada have developed Mission Box, an app that enables users to request to personal delivery or errands services within their city. The growing company has approximately 20,000 users on their app, and have reached nearly 3,500 orders per month. The service is currently available in Granada, Jaen and Malaga and has received recognition from the Granada Association of Young Businessmen.
The success of the home sharing platform Airbnb is generating its own business environment. One of the start-ups that have been created as a consequence of this success is HappyHospes, the initiative of a Sevilian entrepreneur that offers a management service to the hosts of this platform. They take care of publishing the add, welcoming tourist and cleaning the accommodation. And, in addition, they inscribe the accommodation on the Andalusian Tourism Register, a necessary formality in the Andalusian region since 2016.
Málaga is the city where a new site has been born. It offers users the opportunity to buy a book without knowing what it is about. Users introduce their preferences on Cualestulibro.com and a book seller chooses a copy basing on them.
To facilitate communication between farmers dedicated to olive production and olive oil mills, and make every procedure involved in this trade relationship simpler. That’s the goal of Alcuzapp, an app that controls olive groves that has been created by Antonio Moreno and David and Antonio Galisteo, three computer scientists from Baena (Cordova), one of the largest olive oil producing areas in Spain. It can be downloaded for free on Android devices. Alcuzapp was developed by Alcuza Software with the support of Minerva, the technological entrepreneurship programme promoted by Vodafone and the Andalusian Government.