Kmend, a unique new online trading platform, which enables businesses to connect with potential trading partners has been launched today in Dublin and is looking for early adopters to register their interest.
Using specially designed artificial intelligence from UCD spinout RecommenderX, Kmend gives businesses and business organisations easy, time-saving access to constantly growing networks and markets and continually sends businesses valuable new opportunities that match their needs. To ensure value for users, contacts are made on the platform through personal recommendations and introductions from trusted contacts.
Speaking following the launch this morning, John McGrane, Founder and CEO of Kmend said:
“We’re delighted to launch Kmend as part of Dublin Start-up Week 2019.
“Kmend is at the cutting edge of business development through its use of semantically aware AI that recommends business opportunities to users. In so doing, Kmend will help businesses to grow by connecting them to new customers, suppliers, networks and markets; increasing profits which can be invested into supporting jobs in local communities across Ireland and the UK.
“Kmend will also help businesses in Ireland and the UK overcome the challenges of Brexit and global trade disputes by helping them to trade across borders. We are now actively looking for volunteers to register with and use the platform. We want to find businesses interested in expanding their network and securing new business opportunities. Businesses interested in becoming early adopters of the Kmend platform can register their interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Thank you to Lord Mayor of Dublin, Paul McAuliffe for joining us today for our launch. Thank you as well to Techstars, Dublin City Council and all the organisers of Start-up Week Dublin for their support of this event.”
Keynote speaker at the event, Lord Mayor of Dublin Paul McAuliffe said:
“I’m delighted to attend the launch of Kmend today as part of Techstars Start-up Week Dublin.
“Kmend is an exciting new Dublin-based online trade platform that uses state-of-the-art artificial intelligence to automatically match businesses with customers and suppliers based on the power of recommendations. In such challenging trading times as these, platforms such as Kmend are to be commended for their work in promoting trade across borders and for helping businesses to find new markets and grow.
“It is a great example of the entrepreneurial spirit of Dublin and of the strength of our business community. I wish John McGrane and the team at Kmend the very best of luck for the future.
“Thank you as well to the team at Techstars, Dublin City Council and all the organisers of Start-up Week Dublin for their hard work in organising such a fantastic programme of events.”
Kmend (pronounced ‘commend’) is a unique new online platform which enables businesses to connect with potential trading partners through personal recommendations and introductions from trusted contacts. Using artificial intelligence from UCD spinout RecommenderX, Kmend gives businesses and business organisations easy, time-saving access to constantly growing networks and markets and continually sends businesses valuable new opportunities that match their needs. Users are provided with new automatically matched opportunities, can introduce their contacts to other businesses and give recommendations based on quality of service.
Kmend is currently recruiting businesses to join its platform. Both business representative groups and individual businesses will be considered for inclusion in the early adopter phase and in return will receive free use of the platform. Those interested in registering should email email@example.com.