What we do
At Kobe, we believe in the power of small businesses and are focused on helping them digitally transform their marketing channels.
Kobe is a pending patent* AI-driven advertising platform that pairs advertisers with relevant everyday influencers, leveraging on their ability to broadcast messages to millions of users so that businesses can get represented in front of their target audience in a credible manner.
Kobe has worked with ’00s of brands and now has 3,500 influencers reaching 20M outreach across Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia; powering an engagement on social media every 15 seconds.
*pending patent U.S.P.T.O. 62/448,409
of people trust recommendations that come
from family or friends
of buyers that come through referrals buy faster
and are less price-sensitive
… and counting. That means an online engagement delivered every 15 seconds!
SiTF 2016 Finalist: Best Innovative Start-up
Winner of Millennial 20-20 Accenture
Consumer Innovation Awards
“Meet Kobe.. set to disrupt the advertising industry with their revolutionary influencer marketing technique.”
“Kobe’s vision is to help SMEs spread positive word-of-mouth over the internet. Through Kobe, users can register for Kobe through their social media accounts and get remunerated for endorsing the brands they love.”
“The advertising trend is now shifting. Businesses are now looking to adopt a more democratic approach, such as the one adopted by Kobe Global Technologies, an advertising marketplace that pairs advertisers with relevant everyday influencers.”
“Their robust A.I. infrastructure has brought them a potential patent for their invention… being 1 of the largest programmatic influencer engine in Singapore.. 2,800 local influencers and a outreach of 9.2 million”
Kobe: AI-driven advertising platform that pairs advertisers with relevant content creators, leveraging on their ability to broadcast messages to millions of users so that businesses can get represented in front of their target audience in a credible manner.
The top 56 startups (with 70 per cent of them being Malaysian startups) are chosen based on three criteria: Prospect to expand in the ASEAN market, potential of highly scalable products, and readiness for early stage investment.