Homegrown mobile app Forent connects merchants to local renters at zero listing fee.
Category: Startups | Apps
Local startup Apptitude has secured patents from the Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL) for two pioneering technologies – authentication and blockchain credential systems – for its homegrown online learning management system.
The Push Start Business Incubation Program is a three-month program aimed at boosting local tech startups.
17Live is zooming in on the Philippines due to its cultural similarities with the US and plans to build on the content and experience its gained with its established American audience as it pushes its expansion in the country.
The Global Startup Ecosystem Report 2021 identified fintech and e-commerce as Manila’s ecosystem sub-sector strengths.
Digital payment firm Xendit has signed up new partners in the Philippines in a bid to expand its operations in the country after raising $150 million Series C funding that elevated the company to a short-list of Southeast Asia unicorns.
Cloud communications firm Infobip has launched its Startup Tribe program in Asia Pacific, an initiative that has received significant interest from startups across all industries since its global launch in May 2021.
The country’s e-commerce leaders are featured in the new book, which aims to become a resource material for e-commerce newbies who want to figure out this new way of doing business.