Do you have a great idea?

Do you want make money out of it?

A great idea is hard to come by and turning it into a successful business is even harder. Valleys of death sprawl between that lightbulb of yours and laughing all the way to the bank. But fear not.

Tech forums, boot camps, and networking receptions are flourishing in Manila to help young technologists, scientists, and innovators like you turn your concepts into cash.

We at AyalaTBI are thrilled to play an active and leading role in cultivating an encouraging ecosystem with our pioneering Innovation Forum, Kape@Teknolohiya, and TechBootCamp.

Paco Sandejas at 1st IF session of 2008

Paco Sandejas at 1st IF session of 2008

At the Innovation Forum and Kape@Teknolohiya, the general public is given access to the minds and the best practices of our leading technology innovators from the Philippines and abroad. Here we share ideas on the potentials of high technology and how it can address the pressing needs of our society, thus changing the way we do things and shaping our future. At every IF and K@T event, participants get a chance to meet and network with policy makers, venture capitalists, and other potential investors on the lookout for the next big thing.

The TechBootCamp is a much-anticipated annual event that trains young techno-preneurs in transforming their ideas into a technology venture. At the end of the boot camp, participants will make short, to-the-point presentations to panels composed of venture capital firms. The TBC is done in cooperation with the Brain Gain Network and the Philippine Emerging Startups Open.

AyalaTBI’s learning and networking sessions and boot camps are held right at the centers of business and academic excellence in the country: the Makati Business District and University of the Philippines in Diliman. To receive our email announcements on these ideation events, ask to be included in our mailing list.


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