Accelerator

JFDI.Asia’s portfolio valuation breaches US$29mil mark in 2yrs
JFDI.Asia said that the first two years of its accelerator operations have yielded 21 active startups raising an aggregate S$9 million (US$7.2 million) in seed funding, and now valued at S$36.1 million (US$29.1 million).
JFDI.Asia presents first batch of 2014 startups to global investors
Joyful Frog Digital Incubator (JFDI) Asia recently presented its first-in-2014 cohort of 12 teams under its JFDI Accelerate Programme to a strong showing of 150 local and global investors active in Singapore.
Serious about entrepreneurship? Find out with JFDI Discovery
Joyful Frog Digital Incubator (JFDI) Asia has launched a 21-day programme called JFDI Discovery to help business startup founders in the quest to achieve ‘problem-customer fit’ via a market deep dive process.
US$15K up for grabs in BOD accelerator challenge
Seed funding and cash prizes totalling RM50,000 (US$15,380) are up for grabs in the Board of Directors (BOD) Challenge, which was launched on April 6 and will run for 20 days.
1337 to match-make startups with GLCs in new programme
1337 Ventures has announced its inaugural Enterprise Ignite Accelerator: GLC Edition, which aims to bring together startups developing technologies that can be deployed at government-linked companies (GLCs) with the GLCs themselves.
‘I don’t think I even knew how to spell entrepreneur': ServiceRocket CEO
Don’t worry if you haven’t really heard of him: Rob Castaneda of Sydney-founded ServiceRocket still isn’t sure he’s quite got the hang of this whole entrepreneur-startup thing. In fact, he's quite cynical of it, writes A. Asohan.
13 teams for JFDI.Asia’s first accelerator programme for 2014
JFDI.Asia confirmed that 13 new startup teams will be participating in its next 100-day accelerator programme this month, bringing its portfolio of startups to a total of 40 companies, with a further 25-40 expected to join later programmes this year.
MDeC rolls out JFDI.Asia-powered ‘accelerator lite’ programme
MDeC has announced a pilot programme that it said would “help local ICT startups break through barriers to growth.” The MSC Malaysia Startup Accelerator Lite programme will be delivered by local partners around Malaysia and facilitated by JFDI.Asia.
Startups: Taking it to the beach
A beach getaway for your startup may allow you to focus, or takes you away from essentials Still, the idea of beach-based startup hubs may be a business opportunity in Malaysia
JFDI.Asia targets accelerator hattrick for 2014
JFDI to run three accelerator programmes back to back in 2014 Now accepting applications, early-stage digital startups urged to apply
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