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StarFab partners with TOP100 to accelerate AI growth in Asia

StarFab Accelerator has partnered with e27’s TOP100 programme, created to empower insights, connections, talent, and funding opportunities for early-stage tech startups in Asia Pacific.   StarFab, which accelerates smart solutions to drive innovation, runs a series of programmes designed to bridge the gap between corporates and startups. World-class mentors participating in the programmes include Delta Electronics,… Read More »

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Lotte Accelerator to expand investment in Vietnamese startups

South Korean startup booster Lotte Accelerator will expand and diversify its investment capital in Vietnam’s startup ecosystem this year, said Jin Sung Rhee, CEO of Lotte Accelerator at Demo Day event held by Vietnam Silicon Valley (VSV) on February 1.   “We have completed our commitment to invest $1 million in Vietnam’s startup (ecosystem) through… Read More »

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Danish startups battle for million-dollar world cup

Over the next few weeks, startups from around the world will be vying to represent their country at the 2018 Startup World Cup competition and the 1 million US dollar reward that comes with it. Danish startups will be battling it out at the regional competition in Denmark from February to April to find a… Read More »

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Startup Battlefield Dubai Application Deadline Approaches

TechCrunch is set to hold its first startup  battlefield in Dubai later this year hosted by Area 2071, The United Arab Emirate’s new innovation hub dedicated to help develop companies looking to solve big challenges around the world. The application window closes on January 25th, 2018 at 9 p.m. PST. That means you have just 24… Read More »

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Pangea to pilot $50k startup accelerator in Kenya

International startup support platform Pangea has partnered Strathmore University’s @iLabAfrica to pilot a US$50,000 accelerator programme in Kenya. Applications are open until February 15 for the Pangea accelerator, which will select 40 startups to undergo a three-month milestone-based programme, during which they will be coached by international investors and experts. The programme will conclude with… Read More »

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Google’s new accelerator focuses on AI health startups

Google’s growing focus on healthcare artificial intelligence has been crystalized through its new accelerator program. The scheme is aimed at fostering startup enterprises that are set to introduce technological solutions for healthcare. The new Google venture is called the Launchpad Studio and it was unveiled in November 2017. The aim is to provide a new… Read More »

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CAA Launches Start-Up Studio With $12.5 Million In Funding

Creative Artists Agency has announced Creative Labs, a start-up studio focused on developing consumer-facing technology companies and next generation media and entertainment experiences The studio will be based in Vancouver, Canada, with Creative Labs’ CEO Mike Edwards overseeing a team of engineers, designers, and developers, “who have unique access to CAA’s expertise, resources, and relationships.”… Read More »

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Inaugural Oracle Startup Cloud Accelerator programme commences in Singapore

On Wednesday, Oracle  announced the inaugural class of startup participants officially commencing the six-month Oracle Startup Cloud Accelerator programme in Singapore. Selected from hundreds of applicants, the six startups in Singapore’s initial class were chosen from a highly competitive and diverse pool of startups. They are Arya.ai, FlexM, FOMO Pay, Hacker Trail, RL Club, and… Read More »

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