In the last three years, close to a hundred Philippine startups have received funding from investors and these startups are leading the way in innovation.
The pharmaceutical industry in the Philippines is beset with problems: it’s fragmented and prices are high. Farouk Meralli creates a startup addressing both.
mClinica raises funds as it scales up in the Philippines and neighboring markets.
Four Eyes raises 350,000 funding round as it tries to scale in the Philippines and beyond.
Makati City, which houses the Philippine startup cluster known as Area 55, is the most economically competitive region in the nation.
Philippine startup Kalibrr raises $1.9 million, creates recruitment platform for outsourcing industry
Kalibrr launched last year with the aim of teaching Filipinos the right skills for an outsourced job usually as a customer service representative. Today, the startup announces that it has raised $1.9 ...
Thailand-based telco AIS is teaming up with Singtel to create a regional startup community. The goal of this community is to support startups in the region and help them to compete in the global marke...
Tripid.ph is a peer-to-peer carpooling website -- users can post rides or join one on its website by searching for their current location and destinations they're interested in.
Kalibrr aims to close the skills gap in the thriving business process outsourcing industry in the Philippines, which according the the startup, only has a 5% hiring rate.
Launchgarage, a joint partnership between Kickstart Ventures and Proudcloud, is a new startup accelerator program in the Philippines. It is looking for participants for its six month program which inc...