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.
Develop the right business model and go-to-market strategy
Get insights into the desirability, feasibility and viability of your product
Hands-on mentorship and domain expertise from industry leaders
Navigate the Shenzhen manufacturing supply chain
Identify the right mix of price, quality and relationship amongst different manufacturers
Hands-on guidance in end-to-end product design
Access to early-stage and growth-stage investors in Singapore and China
Leverage partnerships to secure clients and pilot projects or proof-of-concepts (POCs)
Be part of a vibrant start-up ecosystem in Singapore and China
Get started with S$35,000 in exchange for 7% of equity,
be housed at the heart of Singapore’s and Shenzhen’s start-up community
(BASH in Singapore and GS Park in Shenzhen)
and let us guide you in your start-up journey.
Ascendas-Singbridge is Asia’s leading provider of sustainable urban 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, many of which are in collaboration with local authorities and partners with complementary capabilities.
Infocomm Investments Pte Ltd (IIPL) builds and invests in Singapore and global infocomm technology start-ups. Managing more than US$200 million, we accelerate the development of start-ups in their formative phase, and invest further as they move towards growth and expansion. Through our investments, partnerships with stakeholders across private and public sectors, and global reach, we play a central role in building a vibrant and sustainable ecosystem in Singapore for start-ups to flourish.
Runyang Group developed and operates 3 technology parks in China, 2 in Shenzhen and 1 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.
30 May 2016
Taipei, Taiwan - 11 Jul 2016
Singapore - 27 Jul 2016
Seoul, Korea - 28 Jul 2016
Bangalore, India - 6 Aug 2016
17 Aug 2016
31 Aug 2016
Early Sept 2016
Late Nov 2016
AIRmaker is an IoT-focused accelerator for Digital Health and Smart Nation-related startups. It leverages on the technology partnerships of Ascendas-Singbridge, Infocomm Investments, and Runyang Group to help the start-ups propel their business growth. The programme connects two of Asia’s most vibrant and developing innovation ecosystem, by featuring a Discovery Phase in Singapore followed by a Build Phase in Shenzhen. The programme, starting on the second week of August in Singapore, will run over a period of 3 months.