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Our resident growth expert (whose also a Founder himself) will run you through how to prep your startup for hyper-growth and scaling including:
About Nesh Sooriyan
Nesh is the former Product Manager at gaming unicorn Virtual Gaming World and previously founded Swiss-based commodities trading app Bamboo Core AG which provides real-time proof of solvency for traders.
Nesh completed two prior trade sale exits in online food retail and last-mile delivery in Australia and China.
His ecosystem experience includes being a chapter Director of Founder Institute and Manager of Learning and Programs for Spacecubed, a community of +800 members and +312 businesses which included the establishment of the Plus Eight Accelerator.
About Accelerating Asia
Accelerating Asia is an accelerator VC that runs programs for early-stage startups and investors. Licensed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore, Accelerating Asia’s early-stage VC fund focuses on pre-Series A startups with untapped potential that are 6-18 months away from institutional funding. Accelerating Asia invests up to S$200,000 in pre-Series A startups, and the current portfolio covers over ten countries in Southeast and South Asia.
With a track record of success, Accelerating Asia startups have raised S$30M from angels, family offices and institutional investors. Since joining Accelerating Asia’s program, startups have grown monthly revenue an average of 350% after graduation.At the core of the work we do is the guiding belief that entrepreneurs are one of humanity’s greatest catalysts for positive change. Currently, Accelerating Asia Cohort 5 opens in April 2021.
PS: sign-up for Amplify, our 6-module online program designed to fast track startup growth and fundraising. Startups gain direct access to the Accelerating Asia team and network. Live sessions start May 4. Join Amplify now
Accelerating Asia invests in startups with scalable technology solutions and revenue generating business models that combine purpose with profit.
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