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Innovation hub launched for startups

QBO Innovation Hub, a partnership between the public and private sector including the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), Department of Science and Technology (DOST), IdeaSpace Foundation, and JP Morgan, opened its startup enablement programs to help speed up growth and learning for Philippine startups and entrepreneurs.

Available services also include professional consultations on legal, accounting, marketing and design, corporate and government partner resources referrals, incorporation assistance, business registration, intellectual property filing, and investors and potential partners pitching.

Through QBO, startups will also have an opportunity to join JP Morgan’s Incubation Program, a stage agnostic module that will be available to select and high-potential startups all year round.

It initially plans to enroll 15 startups by the end of 2017. PR
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