On March 13th, we announced some of the measures that we will be taking to keep our staff and community safe, abiding by the guidelines set for the Luzon-wide community quarantine.
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MANILA, Philippines, March 11, 2020—Philippine start-up accelerator IdeaSpace has formally launched an Opportunity Fund to invest in startups within and outside of the IdeaSpace portfolio. The Opportunity Fund aims to cater to early stage to pre-series A startups, particularly to founders who may be looking for funding to help make key business and strategic decisions. IdeaSpace President Butch Meily sees the Opportunity Fund as a vehicle for IdeaSpace to support founders and startups as they
We have recently moved our events online to ensure that we can still support the needs of founders even during these troubled times. We kicked off our first-ever online Grit & Grind by discussing work from home or remote work arrangements with IdeaSpace alumna Au Soriano, Founder, and CEO of PinoyTravel, which allows domestic travelers or shippers to book buses or send cargo online. Some of the other topics that we’re looking to cover during
Challengers, pioneers, and connectors: IdeaSpace showcases a new batch of start-ups and key partnership at 2019 Demo Day
MANILA, Philippines—Start-up accelerator IdeaSpace has organized its 7th Demo Day, introducing to the market 12 new start-ups with products, services, and platforms in industries such as e-commerce, real estate, construction, education, agriculture, logistics, travel and tourism, and finance. The Demo Day is the culminating event of the IdeaSpace Accelerator Program, the organization’s flagship program which brings together entrepreneurs from across the country where they test their ideas, validate their market, finetune their financial model and
Philippine start-up accelerator IdeaSpace has announced its investment in the top three teams for this year’s start-up competition, after a rigorous four-month acceleration program where 20 start-ups worked with mentors to refine their business and financial model, product, operations, and communications. This year’s investees include Airship Logistics, a ready-to-use, low-cost end-to-end solution targeted to courier companies looking to improve their operations management; Cocotel, a tech-based aggregator offering property management, construction and design support, and marketing