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Founders Launchpad to boost the PH startup ecosystem

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AHG Lab and Draper Startup House, two main players in the Philippine startup ecosystem, have teamed up to launch Founders Launchpad, a hands-on startup incubator program in Sinigang Valley, the startup capital of the Philippines.

The program, designed to empower early-stage entrepreneurs, is aimed at providing a holistic learning journey for promising founders with its weekly curriculum of training sessions, workshops, and mentorship from industry leaders.

It also provides hands-on support from expert teams in tech, management, and marketing to help startups build their MVP and prepare for pitch presentations to investors.

Founders Launchpad offers the necessary resources and guidance for startups to succeed and reach new heights.

Rene Cuartero, program supervisor at Founders Launchpad and COO of AHG Lab, shared that their team has extensive experience in building, launching, and supporting entrepreneurs and founders across the globe.

He feels enthusiastic and blessed to come home with an initiative that will make a difference not just to any founder but, more importantly, to Filipino founders.

“Starting a business is a challenging journey, but it doesn’t have to be done alone. Founders Launchpad offers a comprehensive solution to the struggles that early-stage entrepreneurs face, providing them with the guidance, resources, and support they need to bring their innovative visions to life,” said Simon Bauer, program lead at Founders Launchpad.

Founders Launchpad is now accepting applications for its first cohort and is looking for early-stage startups that are eager to grow and succeed.

Offering startups an investment value of $50,000 in funding, services, and other benefits, as well as hotel accommodations at Draper Startup House Manila.

For more information about Founders Launchpad and to apply, visit www.founderslaunchpad.vc

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