■ A pet-care startup Castflip launched the first dietary supplement platform of the pet-care industry, Gunban
■ Providing data-based pet care services including ingredient comparison and designing of the optimal mix of dietary supplement
■ Developing a comprehensive pet care solution supported by Gyeonggi Center for Creative Economy & Innovation (GCCEI)
A pet care startup Castflip(CEO: Kang Jeong-seok) announced on May 24th that it launched Gunban, the first platform in the pet care field which suggests the best dietary supplement based on pets’ data.
The pet care startup aims to develop the optimized comprehensive pet care solution which offers predictable and effective plans for pets’ health supplement based on analysis of the supplementary products’ nutrients and pets’ health.
Once the platform is provided with its users’ pet data, it suggests an intake plan that covers 33,000 nutrients. its users are asked to enter their pets’ data just one time for signing-in. From teenagers to those in their sixties, anyone can easily find the best option for their pets through the platform.
Gunban’s services include comparing of ingredients of supplementary products, suggesting different dietary supplement mix for different objectives, informing ingredients’ safety of each grade of products and alarm for intake. The platform helps its users to give balanced nutrients to their pets while avoiding overtaking of particular nutrient or other side effects.
The users can purchase supplementary products of home and abroad with the minimum price through the Gunban Shopping of the platform.
CEO Kang Jeong-seok of Castflip said “Going forward, we will expand dietary supplement category and overcome challenges of current services by upgrading our technologies” adding “Castflip will become a leader of paradigm shift in pet products and services market with its new pet care services”.
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