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"Growth will be tempered by the lack of talent—the lifeblood of every startup ecosystem.”
Over the last few months, the Philippine startup ecosystem has been quiet as the tech industry faces a global economic downturn. This comes after the Philippines’ experienced its best decade for local tech. Big brands like GCash, PayMaya, and Lazada established themselves in ...
Humble’s concept essentially builds on thrift culture, mixing sustainability, tech, and the circular lifestyle to reduce waste.
Filipinos love ukay, and Philippine startup Humble Sustainability knows it. Built with a circular economy in mind, Humble helps local e-commerce, logistics, and retail companies resell returned or inventory items and cash in on the undervalued waste-to-wealth economy.The startup, which was founded ...
This Philippine startup is focusing on all of Southeast Asia.
Filipino startup CloudEats is going international as it sets its sights on Southeast Asian expansion. The startup recently raised $7 million (P410 million) from its Series A extension round that was led by London-based VC Nordstar, which previously backed cloud kitchens Curefoods in India ...
The startup aims to improve the country’s shipping infrastructure and grow e-commerce businesses in the Philippines.
Philippine-based shipping platform Shipmates has just raised $2.2 million (or P125 million) in a seed funding round participated by Cathexis Ventures, Wavemaker Partners, Taurus Ventures, Capital X, Sketchnote Partners, and other prominent investors. Backed by the prestigious Y Combinator and Iterative, Shipmates automates ...
Since its founding, Edamama has witnessed 100x growth.
Philippine “parenting-focused” e-commerce platform Edamama has just raised $20 million (P1.11 billion) in Series A funding during a round led by Alpha JWC Ventures. In an oversubscribed fundraising round that it claims is one of the largest early-stage rounds in the country, ...
The startup was co-founded by Filipinos in their early 20s. Now, they’re modernizing the supply chain industry. 
Filipino-founded supply chain startup Expedock has secured $13.5 million (P747 million) during its recent Series A funding. This brings the startup’s total funding amount to $17.5 million (P969 million) as of 2022. Expedock’s Series A round was led by Insight Partners, and participating ...
This Filipino startup is helping F&B businesses transition seamlessly to digital. 
Manila-based food-tech startup Mosaic Solutions secured $5 million (P282 million) in its Series A funding round led by Kickstart Ventures, along with returning investors Gentree Fund and Investible. According to Crunchbase, this marks Mosaic Solutions’ fifth funding round, bumping up the startup’s total ...
Edukasyon.ph has built a community of eight million students.
Filipino startup Edukasyon.ph has closed a bridge funding round after securing a convertible note from investors KSR Ventures, Lorinet Foundation, and Bisk Ventures. Edukasyon, the Philippines’ largest EdTech startup, was launched in 2015 by founder Henry Motte-Muñoz. The undisclosed sum of the convertible ...
The conservative investor is definitely not bullish on Bitcoin.
Cryptocurrencies and NFTs seem to be the only thing investors have been talking about for the last two years. Bitcoin might be down right now, but the cryptocurrency reached unfathomable heights during the pandemic. Despite the hype, or maybe because of it, ...
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