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Philippine incubator Ideaspace Foundation announced the 10 winners of its second national startup competition yesterday.
Filipinos living overseas now have a more convenient way to pay for their families’ education back home
PhilSmile taps on a potentially-huge market - overseas Filipino workers - for an educational payment system.
Bitmarket provides a wider market reach for merchants and promotes ease of payment for customers.
Karaoke Clock-in will play a sample of a song which employees can sing along to.
Philippine startup MetroPlate pivots to university food deliveries, partners with its US counterpart
MetroPlate is now pivoting to Philippine universities as a subsidiary of US-based late-night food delivery service InstaNomz.
Taxi hailing app Micab started operations in September with the aim of giving Cebu citizens easier access to city cabs. But its ambition was...
Medix, a cloud-based clinic management service, could possibly make record-keeping more seamless.
On June 29, Philippines-based Bitcoin exchange Coins.ph launched its remittance service, SendMoney.ph. The service targets the $24.7 billio...
Philippines-based consumer rewards startup ZAP has secured US$850,000 in funding.
Senator Bam Aquino has filed a measure to exempt startups from taxes for their first two years of operations.
Uniqly’s do-it-yourself website service allows merchants to create their own estore on multiple platforms.
Before getting its seal of approval, Zipmatch founders John Dang and Chow Paredes had to leave their corporate jobs and bootstrap the new st...
Here are five of the best online remittance services that could be used by Filipinos abroad.
The “Culture” section in the World Startup Wiki aims to help foreign entrepreneurs, companies, and investors understand the market and ...