Singaporean Accelerator, JFDI.Asia, Seeking Passionate Startups (deadline Dec 24)
December 21, 2012

JFDI.Asia  in Singapore has just announced that there are a few places still open on their next accelerator program, starting February 2013. But hurry, as applications close on December 24. This is a massive opportunity to get your startup off the ground, and running in one of the hottest locations in Aisa.

 JFDI.Asia are also proud to announce that two of their most recent portfolio startups, tradegecko and Flocations both received funding in the last couple of days, for a total of S$1.3M. If you want to get involved in the next program and see your dreams become reality over a 100 startup bootcamp follow this link to the applications page.

 About JFDI.Asia:  Their program, adapted from the accelerator model pioneered by Y Combinator and Techstars in the US, which produced such successes as Airbnb and Dropbox, operates the longest-running, and most successful seed accelerator program in South East Asia. It takes teams of entrepreneurs from idea to investment in 100 days, with greater than 60% success raising an average S$650,000 per team. They offer S$25k cash investment, over S$100k in technical facilities, office accommodation, intensive mentoring and an introduction to more than 100 active early-stage investors.

Independant valuations prove that that they increase the value of start-ups 4–5× in 100 days. Just as important, they estimate that they cut a year or more off the time it would take an independent business to achieve traction, hence the name: accelerator / bootcamp. This is a life-changing intense experience, like basic military training for entrepreneurs. JFDI.Asia was first in SE Asia to be accepted into TechStars’ Global Accelerator Network.

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