FireChat is an app that lets you text even without a cell signal or internet connection.
startups in philippines
The Philippines unveils a roadmap for developing the startup ecosystem in the hopes it would become the next ‘sunshine’ industry.
Paywhere is the company behind TackThis!, which enables entrepreneurs and businesses to set up their online stores, manage their store inventory, and accept pay...
Feeling sick but you’re not sure it’s worth the trip to the doctor, or you can’t afford to see one? This new service could help you.
Mobkard, which initially focused on loyalty solutions for specific communities, is now available for use by any merchant.
The annual conference has drawn prominent investors such as Dave McClure and Khailee Ng of 500 Startups, and more than 400 participants from across the globe.
Influential Filipino stars Anne Curtis, Erwan Heussaff, Kim Atienza, and Isabelle Daza have formed a gaming startup together with technology company Xurpas.
The Philippines is building innovation hubs to grow its startup ecosystem. But is this enough?
YouthHack is an organization that aims to help students learn more about startups, technology, and entrepreneurship.
The government and startup accelerator IdeaSpace are collaborating for the development of a national innovation hub in the Philippines.
Transcosmos formed a new subsidiary in Thailand where it will transfer all assets of MetroDeal Holdings.
Philippine consumer technology firm Xurpas has acquired a 70 percent stake in Seer Technologies, a software company focused on mobile, cloud, and data technolog...
A new program wants to help tech startups in the Philippines learn some lessons from Israel. The IdeaSpace Foundation and the Embassy of Israel in the Philippin...
Hi there! I am Christian Besler, Co-Founder of Kickstart Ventures, the most active VC fund here in the Philippines. Kickstart started out with a small fund in 2...
TaskUs handles customer support and back-office services for rapidly-growing startup juggernauts like Uber, Groupon, and Tinder.
Tripda sees a lot of potential in the Philippines, where traffic is inefficient and untapped demand is huge as seen in the overwhelming lines at train stations ...