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It’s one of the world’s most comprehensive reports on the world’s startups.
Manila fell in this year’s rankings of Emerging Startup Ecosystems published under the Global Startup Ecosystem Report (GSER) by Startup Genome and the Global Entrepreneurship Network. From 36th place last year, the Philippine capital is now in the 91-to-100th place. Hanoi is in ...
 
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The funding round was led by local venture capital firm Foxmont Capital Partners.
A local online platform that helps businesses export their products to new markets has raised $800,000 (about P40 million) in a seed round funding. 1Export was founded in 2016 and assists small and medium businesses with various country requirements—such as labeling, documentation, ...
 
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Esports company bags investment capital.
Gamers, rejoice. Even more investments are flowing into the esports industry. Homegrown gaming hub Mineski Global just bagged a $10.6 million (equivalent to about P528 million) investment in its Series A funding round. The venture capital and investment firms that participated in the ...
 
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Get your Big Ideas ready.
The pandemic has changed everything—how we work, how we travel, and now, how we do business. In the last season of The Final Pitch, the Philippines’ top business reality show, investors focused on startups in line with the season’s “Heroes Edition” to ...
 
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A tasty treat for the country’s startups and investors.
Some might find the name funny, but the collective behind Sinigang Valley is dead serious about what they want it to be: a community of startups, investors, academia, and related industries that will become the “cornerstone” of the startup ecosystem in the ...
 
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It's a one-stop shop...to build a shop.
Prosperna is the latest Filipino startup to attract investors, raising $555,000 (or P27.7 million) in a seed funding round led by venture capital firm Foxmont Capital Partners, a local VC that invests solely in Filipino startups. TechInAsia was the first to report ...
 
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These startups and small companies were lucky enough to make it to the inaugural list.
Forbes is best known for its definitive lists of the biggest, most profitable, and most innovative conglomerates, but this year, Forbes Asia decided to put the spotlight on the small companies and startups making headlines in the Asia-Pacific region. In line with ...
 
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Three will be chosen for the IdeaSpace Opportunity Fund.
IdeaSpace just announced the 15 lucky startups that will advance to its 2021 Acceleration Program and each receive a P100,000 cash grant. The chosen startups will now go through IdeaSpace’s rigorous four-month program that will develop the early-stage startups into stable, scalable, ...
 
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It’s the first local cloud kitchen to be backed by Y Combinator.
The all-female led cloud kitchen startup MadEats has secured $125,000 or P6.2 million in funding from Silicon Valley’s Y Combinator, one of the world’s leading accelerator programs. MadEats follows the footsteps of other Filipino startups that have been lucky enough to graduate ...
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