A Filipino company's story shows how early adoption, biotechnology, and innovation all came together to help it survive and succeed.
“People Power” was a cute take on a phrase from Filipinos’ collective past, but the summit had nothing to do with politics at all. It was all about, well, people in this digital time.
A Manila pitching challenge is looking for startups whose digital solutions can help both cancer patients and medical practitioners, including those in emerging markets.
Ask any small-scale entrepreneur in the Philippines what three things he needs for his business to survive, and “sources of funds” would definitely be on top of that list.
Elevator pitch, cocktail pitch: Call it by any other name. Thing is, pitching is a required skill not just from startup founders. Everyone must learn to pitch.