Startup news: Philippines
The April 2020 startup news round-up for The Philippines, covering Filipino tech startup and funding news. News items are collected with a focus on the country level, rather than as a country-plus-technology breakout, to provide a broad overview of The Philippines’ startup ecosystem and developments in the month.
News links below are Philippines startup news headlines from April 2020; each link connects you with the online source for that headline, generally covering either an individual Filipino startup in the news or the wider Philippines tech startup ecosystem in some way – venture capital investment news, industry support initiatives, or Filipino tech news, for instance.
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- Philippines: Inteluck trucking logistics platform raises $5M with IoT-driven efficiency for shipping loads
- Philippines: An intro to the 5 Filipino entrepreneurs and leaders selected for this year’s Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia list
- Philippines: Voyager Innovations gains $120M with mobile money and payments platform PayMaya and Smart Padala brand, aiming for local growth
- Philippines: An intro to the 5 Filipino leaders and entrepreneurs featured in this year’s Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia list
- Philippines: Kumu live-streaming app raises near $5M, providing both entertainment and connection with family and friends
- Philippines: CloudEats gains $1.4M with ‘cloud kitchens’, acting as production unit for the preparation of food delivered to customers by other businesses
- Indonesia’s Investree plans peer-to-peer lending services expansion to Thailand and Philippines following $23.5M fundraise
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