Leave a Nest Philippines announces TECH PLANTER’s application opening for the 8th year in the Philippines. It targets universities, startups, and enablers to present deep tech on Demo Day, May 11, 2024. Register online before March 10, 2024, for participation and chance to join a 3000-strong deep tech network and pitching.
The Leave a Nest Group is excited to announce that the annual Southeast Asian deep tech ecosystem building program, TECH PLANTER Asia, is now open for application!Leave a Nest Group announces TECH PLANTER Asia’s application opening for the 8th edition in the Philippines. It targets universities, startups, and enablers to present deep tech on Demo Day, May 11, 2024. Register online before March 10, 2024, for collaborations and a chance to join a 3000-strong network
Starting off the May 2024 leg, Leave a Nest Philippines is inviting all universities, deep tech startups, university-based and private incubators and accelerators, and all Philippine startup enablers to encourage and showcase their deep tech research teams, ideators and startups through the upcoming 8th TECH PLANTER in the Philippines (TP PH 2024) program, which will hold its the Demo Day on May 11, 2024 (venue will be announced at a later date).
Interested individuals and teams are encouraged to apply for TP PH 2024 through this application link (https://en.techplanter.com/TPASIA2024Reg)
The application form is under the Leave a Nest ID portal. Applicants are required to create a Leave a Nest ID Account to access the application form.
You may scan this QR code to sign up:
or go to this registration link: https://en.techplanter.com/TPASIA2024Reg
Application for the TP PH 2024 starts, January 15, 2024, and will have its last full day of registration on March 10, 2024!
In addition, Leave a Nest Philippines welcomes local Philippine and international companies and organizations who want to be at the forefront of nurturing the Philippine deep tech ecosystem as TP PH 2024 partners. (Kindly refer to the poster for contact person for partnerships)
About TECH PLANTER and TP PH Philippines
Through this program, Leave a Nest is aiming to provide more collaborations with deep tech researchers and inventors with our network of local and foreign companies eager to nurture the next generation of technology solutions solving deeply-rooted social issues. The TECH PLANTER deep tech ecosystem has created an almost 3000-strong startup network coming from Japan, Southeast Asian nations (Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and Indonesia) and other regions like the United Kingdom and we are excited to find more passionate individuals and teams in solving global issues!
Over the years, Filipino startups under the TECH PLANTER ecosystem were supported to secure in-house investments and local and foreign collaborations through their investment arms, industry partners and vast academic network. Additionally, since its inception, it has awarded more than 2 million Philippine pesos and other in-kind perks brought by the local and global partners from the previous Demo Days. Local and foreign innovation-driven companies and organizations ranging from telecommunication industry to incubators come in as partners and judges to further help forward-thinking entrepreneurs through TP.
You may find more information about the application process and criteria for TECH PLANTER PH by checking out the TECH PLANTER Website (https://en.techplanter.com/TPPH2024Info). To know more about the previous implementation, you can read about it through this link: https://en.techplanter.com/2023/05/15/tpph2023postevent/
Remember, just by applying, you are considered part of the TECH PLANTER ecosystem and we hope to open more deeper doors for you – together!
If you have any questions or comments about TECH PLANTER in the Philippines program or the TP ecosystem, feel free to direct your queries through email to Bryan Foronda ([email protected]) or Hannah Balisi ([email protected]).
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