Validate your idea and business plan.
Understand the manufacturing supply chain.
Source the right suppliers.
Access an extensive network of investors and corporates.
Find the right partners.
Match aspiring entrepreneurs to industry problem statements
Program Outcome: Build Minimum Viable Product (MVP)
Aim at readiness for pilot or commercial launch
Program Outcome: Commercial Launch, Build Minimum Viable Company (MVC)
Focus on driving profitable growth and product scaling
Program Outcome: Profitable and Exponential Revenue Growth
Benefits that Startups receive from interacting with a network of mentors provide diverse and practical inputs into every aspect of their business:
Build Core Competencies
Execute and Grow Revenue
Ascendas-Singbridge is Asia’s leading provider of sustainable urban and business space solutions. With the combined capabilities of Ascendas and Singbridge, Ascendas-Singbridge is uniquely placed to undertake urbanisation projects spanning townships, mixed-use developments and business/industrial parks. Ascendas-Singbridge has projects across 29 cities in Asia-Pacific, and its flagship projects include the Singapore Science Park, International Tech Park Bangalore in India, Sino-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City, and Ascendas Xinsu in Suzhou Industrial Park, China.
SGInnovate is wholly owned by the Singapore government, under the purview of the National Research Foundation with a focus on enabling the entrepreneurial potential of ambitious men and women based in Singapore who believe they can build a start-up. With an emphasis on science and deep-technology, SGInnovate brings together partners from the private sector, institutes of higher learning, and research organisations as part of Singapore’s broader ecosystem of innovation. Through this ecosystem, SGInnovate connects these aspiring entrepreneurs with support for business-plan development, sources of funding, and go-to-market efforts. SGInnovate was formerly known as Infocomm Investments Pte Ltd.
Runyang Group developed and operates 3 technology parks in China, two in Shenzhen and one in Huizhou, as well as operates the largest call centre in China and holds companies involved in business process outsourcing serving large Chinese enterprises such as Alibaba and Tencent. It is managed by a mix of industry veterans from China with a close working relationship with ASB and the government of Shenzhen.
AIRmaker aims at driving growth of startups through their various stages of development. It focuses on startups in the IoT (Internet-of-Things) sector - Digital Health and Smart Cities. In addition to its structured programs, AIRmaker leverages the network and ecosystem of its founding partners to help the start-ups propel their business growth