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QBO Innovation Hub has partnered with the US Embassy to bring entrepreneur’s ideas to reality with the third iteration of Bootqamp: From Idea to Fruition. According to the PwC 2020 Philippine Startup Survey: COVID-19 Edition, 49% of business owners have started offering a new product or service during the pandemic.
START-UPS struggled during the lockdown because of restrictions on movement and declining cash, and are now looking to companies to partner with and provide investment, QBO Innovation Hub President Rene S. Meily said.
PwC Philippines, DTI, QBO, and IdeaSpace shared the 2020 Philippine Startup Survey: COVID Edition
The 54-hour online event is designed to provide superior experiential education for technical and non-technical entrepreneurs.
QBO shares how to select startups for your incubation program - Part 1
QBO Innovation Hub will be closing their headquarters in the interest of the health and safety of their community, but will proceed with most programs virtually.
The Singapore-based tech firm commits to supporting local startups through partnerships, funds, and projects with the government and academe.
Set to happen on November 18-22, the Philippine Startup Week 2019 will bring together startup communities from different cities and provinces, making it the first-of-its kind startup gathering in the country.
Calling all startup founders and young innovators: the Singapore Management University is offering a million dollars to the winner of the upcoming Lee Kuan Yew Global Business Competition. Read more here.
As our young local startup community continues to grow, bayanihan is needed more than ever to guide and sustain its rapid development. Just as our forefathers banded together for a common cause, we too must work hand-in-hand to uplift the Filipino startup ecosystem.
Ten startups have been selected for the Philippine leg of She Loves Tech 2019 Global Startup Competition to be held on August 3, 2019...
TECHNOLOGY, innovation, and education are the three main areas that the Philippines and the United States should explore as partners for positive economic development in the 21st century, according to speakers at “The Future of the US-Philippines Bilateral Relationship” forum held in Makati City on Friday.