IdeaSpace is a non-profit organization running founder-focused programs for early-stage tech startup founders solving emerging market issues.
We believe that technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship are critical to the Philippines’ long-term growth and development and that startup founders play a major role in shaping the future of industry, community, and society. Since 2012, we have been helping technology entrepreneurs develop and scale tech- or tech-enabled innovations and transform these into stable, scalable, and sustainable businesses.
We offer an acceleration program, an alumni program, an Opportunity Fund, and an external relations program, ensuring that we give founders the support they need at the critical phases of their businesses.
Our flagship Acceleration program aims to provide education, mentoring, and coaching to early-stage tech startups looking for support as they develop and strengthen their product, service, and team.
Our Community Engagement program is our support system for the founders and startups under our acceleration and Opportunity Fund programs.
Our Opportunity Fund program focuses on investing in startups within and outside of the IdeaSpace community, providing micro funds for early-stage startups across various industries.
Our External Relations program handles marketing and communications for all IdeaSpace startup support programs and donor and partner engagement.
1Export, a tech-enabled exporting company based in the Philippines, has raised a $820,000 or nearly PHP41 million seed round to scale their technology and expand
With tax season fast approaching, two startups from different spaces came together to assist healthcare professionals who have worked harder than ever during the pandemic.
MANILA, PHILIPPINES―Startup support organization IdeaSpace is closing its 2020 acceleration program with investments in three startups―agritech startup Agro-Digital PH, sustainability and circular living startup Humble,
MANILA, PHILIPPINES—Tech startup accelerator IdeaSpace recently organized its first virtual Demo Day, highlighting the work of the 12 startups in its 2020 acceleration program. This