The Philippines’ startup community is thriving and because of that establishing a startup business in the country would be a perfect idea since the country is rich in resources and has prevalent local and international trades. That is why, Philippines would be a good place for…
The common factor in big businesses that even when they initially started as small—from a garage or from a home office—is that they started by complying with all the legal requirements of doing business.
Takeda has launched its second meet up leading to the August 6 pitching competition. TechTalks.ph, the country’s pioneer startup ecosystem builder, was tasked to organize the meetup through its connection with the local startup community.
“At the end of the day, the innovators need to speak up and guide the government, and the government needs to listen up and support in the long run if everyone wants to get serious in our ICT community.”