Yes! If you are reapplying with the same startup and idea, we advise that you highlight the improvements the founders and business have made since the last application. If you are applying with a different idea, you may note this in the application form.
Yes, the 2021 acceleration program will be 100% virtual.
Yes, as long as you have intentions of setting up operations in the Philippines and marketing your product or service to the Filipino market. Teams from other countries may apply must have at least one Filipino team lead. The IdeaSpace accelerator program involves learning sessions, workshops, mentoring, and regular check-ins. If your startup is at […]
Yes, you may send an application with a solo member. However, please note you have until the pre-acceleration phase to find at least one co-founder. We highly recommend having at least part-time co-founders, consultants, or employees, as the IdeaSpace program is rigorous and will test the startup team’s execution quotient in different areas.
No. The platform we use for submissions requires a maximum of three names and contact details. However, you can definitely have more than three members in a group.
Not necessarily but we recommend at least one full-time founder. We expect part-time co-founders, employees, or consultants to support the full-time founder and participate in activities as they see fit.
Yes. We encourage applicants to accomplish their applications at least a week before the actual deadline to avoid technical difficulties and to encourage quality submissions.
Our accelerator program focuses on turning startups into scaleups. If you are looking to help your team and your business grow, you are a good fit for the program.
Should we choose to invest in your startup at the end of the accelerator program, yes, we will take equity. The actual percentage will be determined during deliberations between IdeaSpace and the leadership team of the startup.
Yes. The information shared with the IdeaSpace team and mentors will remain confidential. We encourage collaboration between startups operating in similar spaces; however, the amount and kind of information shared is still up to the founders.