The Singapore government is backing this Indian accelerator that promises to be a gateway for startups in the two countries
- Anthill Ventures, a ‘speed-scaling’ platform, has tied up with Singapore government’s
Enterprise Singaporeto give market accessto startups from both countries.
- The program will benefit 18 startups every year.
- India has been a rising market for Southeast Asian investors, with many of them setting up shop in the country.
Anthill Ventures, an Indian ‘speed-scaling’ platform that funds startups and then helps them scale just got a big thumbs up from the Singapore government.
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It has partnered with Enterprise Singapore, the government agency responsible for developing enterprises and fostering Singapore’s startup ecosystem.
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“Being a startup hub, Singapore was an easy choice to be the gateway to Anthill’s ecosystem. I envision A-Scale as the mothership of all our programs - to bring startups from HealthTech, UrbanTech & MediaTech in, and help then Scale with Speed through market access in Asia,” Prasad Vanga, founder and CEO of
But how did a speed scaling platform manage to gain a partnership with the Singaporean government?
“In itself, Singapore may not provide the mass market opportunity that India and other Southeast Asian countries are. Anthill is able to provide these startups with market access connections in their target markets to help them scale,” said Vanga.
Under the partnership, Anthill has received a grant from Enterprise Singapore, which allows them to fund the necessary events & facilitate the right opportunities for the selected startups in the program.
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