Not only can web Startups succeed in the current economic climate but they can also help other businesses to thrive as well. Greek Startup Intale is one such enterprise, which aims to help small shop owners digitalise their business and become more effective.

Intale is a web application which provides a retail platform for small shop owners. The software collects data and translates this into reports, allowing shop owners to manage stock, customers, orders and suppliers with little fuss and maximum efficiency. Merchants can see how products are performing and even gain an insight into consumer purchasing behaviour. Intale aims to connect and unify the retail market by bridging the gap between major suppliers, small shop owners and consumers.

With the help of the Greek Startup Ecosystem and EU Funding from Angel Investors and from Venture Capital, Intale has already had success in Greece. It was voted European SME of the month by Microsoft Europe and is next looking to target Cyprus and other international markets.

Whilst Intale was born from an innovative market idea, Fanis Koutouvelis, CEO of the company places emphasis on the work that follows. ‘Implementation is more valuable than one thousand great ideas.’

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