How to Submit a Winning Application for Accelerating Asia

How to Submit a Winning Application for Accelerating Asia
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Only 2% of applications make it through to our flagship 100-day accelerator and receive investment from Accelerating Asia's early stage venture capital fund.

Competition for investment and our program can be tough but it’s not impossible to be part of the Accelerating Asia portfolio.

Want the insider track on how to make it to the final selection?

Join Accelerating Asia General Partner and Co-Founder Amra Naidoo as she outlines what it takes for startups to submit a winning application to Accelerator Asia and what our investment committee looks for in a startup.

What we’ll cover

  • How you can be accepted to an award-winning accelerator and receive investment from an early stage VC?
  • The application process
  • What we look for in a startup
  • Tips to make your application standout

There’ll also be opportunities to ask Amra any questions.

Register now to learn how you can make it through to that 2%.

Who should join

Startup founders who want to:

  • Apply to join Accelerating Asia
  • Receive investment of up to US$250k from an early-stage VC
  • Are looking for access to the region’s most active investors, mentors and partners
  • Want insider information on Accelerating Asia

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.