The Department of Science and Technology and QBO Innovation Hub recently rewarded top-performing Technology Business Incubators (TBIs) that have demonstrated outstanding capabilities and produced impactful programs and startups during the TBI 4.0 Program.
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The Netpreneur Training Program is designed to equip entrepreneurs and business leaders with tangible and actionable steps they can take to advance in the digital economy, based on Alibaba’s own entrepreneurship journey.
“Our 40 million active users in the Philippines are some of the most engaged among ShareIt’s billion-strong userbase worldwide. Pinoys are on the forefront of many global trends in terms of mobile usage, entertainment and gaming. We’re very excited about ShareIt’s growth as our local team helps to empower and enable Philippine businesses to effectively reach more customers and unlock growth.”
The workshops, slated to happen between May 21 and June 4, 2021, will give participants the chance to be coached and mentored by industry experts on 5G technology and innovation.
The agility and ability of the government to provide interventions and policies are crucial for technology startup companies in the country to thrive amid the pandemic, according to QBO Innovation Hub and Ideaspace executive director Katrina Chan.
Filipino-led fintech startup Plentina announced it has closed a seed round of $2.2 million after launching a service for large-scale merchants to sell on installments consumers without a credit card in the Philippines and Southeast Asia.
The Financial Literacy Innovation Challenge is a three-week competition that aims to discover and support novel efforts that can boost financial literacy in underserved communities in the Philippines.
The TaALERT app is an all-in-one platform that compiles all reliable information and news about the Taal Volcano from scientific resources.