KMC Solutions Kicks Off New Cyber Sigma branch by awarding P350,000 Startup Support to 6 Startups

Two of the biggest innovation enablers in the Philippines, KMC Solutions, the largest provider of flexible spaces and staff augmentation in the Philippines, and Impact Hub Manila, a global community providing incubation programs, workshops, and trainings, teamed up to bring together 10 of the best startups around the Philippines to compete for P350,000 worth of coworking space and mentorship.

The program, called Space for the Ingenious, pulled in applications from startups centered around fintech, medtech, SaaS, mobile, wellness/health tech, e-commerce, and more, with 10 of the best being chosen to present last May 10 in KMC Solutions newest (and biggest) branch in Cyber Sigma, Taguig. This will be the first run of the program to be opened on a regular basis.

The Winners

Winners took home the best that KMC Solutions and Impact Hub Manila had to offer.

KMC Solutions will provide coworking spaces around the Metro, from Makati, BGC, McKinley, to Ortigas, giving startups access to high-speed internet, 24/7 IT Support Services, and trainings and capacity building with KMC Solutions industry leaders.

Impact Hub Manila, meanwhile, will provide an intensive incubation bootcamp covering everything from Business Models, Marketing, Finance, and Sales and Pitching, as well as access to the Impact Hub network of 17,500+ members in 100+ cities across the globe.


Pushkart.ph Awarding

Pushkart.ph


Solu Awarding

Solu

A waste management app that lets users earn for proper waste segregation and disposal.


Cryptors Cybersecurity Awarding

Cryptors Cybersecurity

A mobile app that acts as your Swiss Army knife for all mobile cybersecurity.


Empowered Clubhouse Awarding

Empowered Clubhouse

A Female-only boxing and functional training clubhouse.

Patient First

A platform that connects patients with doctors online.

Hype x Ave + Flippax

Hype X Ave, an e-commerce store for anything trending; Flippax, an influencer marketing startup;

Other teams that competed include Hope PH, a mental health app; Fund Lokal, an agriculture crowdfunding platform; and CM&ME, a tech provider for wireless internet connections through light (Li-Fi).