The Ins & Outs of Accelerating Asia

The Ins & Outs of Accelerating Asia
In Partnership With

We invest in early-stage pre-Series A startups

We run a 100-day accelerator in Singapore

We connect you with investors, mentors and partners to fast track your growth

Say what? How does Accelerating Asia do it? And more, importantly what can we do for your startup?

We’re currently scouting for pre-Series A startups to invest up to US$250k in and to join our next accelerator program in Singapore.

Join us to find out the details during our webinar with Accelerating Asia Co-Founder Amra Naidoo, who is also the General Partner of our fund.

Who should join

  • Startup founders who want to:
  • Receive up to US$250k in investment from an early-stage VC
  • Join an international accelerator program, HQ'd out of Singapore.
  • Are looking for access to the region’s most active investors, mentors and partners

What we will cover

  • The ins and outs of the accelerator and venture capital
  • Perks partners & benefits for accelerator startups
  • How an accelerator can benefit your startup
  • Our application and selection process

And remember applications are now open to join the program. Learn more here.

Who we are

Accelerating Asia is a pre-Series A venture capital fund and award-winning startup accelerator based in Singapore. As an independent startup accelerator, we focus on our startups and founders first which means our interests are aligned from Day 1. Our startups receive competitive funding, access to the best-in-class mentors, active angel and institutional investors, customers and our network of partners. You’ll have access to a great space in the downtown area in Singapore with a high-value and efficiently-run program that offers tremendous value while giving you time to run your business.


Invest in the future

Accelerating Asia invests in startups with scalable technology solutions and revenue generating business models that combine purpose with profit.


In making an investment decision, investors must rely on their own examination of startups and the terms of the investment including the merits and risks involved. Prospective investors should not construe this content as legal, tax, investment, financial or accounting advice.