We provide an unrivalled ecosystem and expertise to support our founders through our startup-generator program run out of Singapore. With mentors and expert advisors in the entire region, we nurture founders to build successful startups in Southeast Asia.
At Antler, we understand the importance of diversity and how it plays a vital role in the team's performance and sparks innovation.
The first phase of the program is from January to March. The second phase of the program is from April to July.
All founders get a stipend of S$3,500 per month the first two and a half months. We invest US$100,000 for a 10% equity stake in each company selected by our investment committee.
After the investment, companies are required to pay a program fee of US$40,000 to cover the cost of the program. If you don’t get an investment, you don’t pay any program fee to Antler.
Join us for a fireside chat to learn about what VCs look for in Vietnamese startups!
1. Winnie Khoo - Venture Partner, Antler
2. Rufus Sorsa - Senior Associate, Antler
3. Adrian Tan - Head of Labs, SEA WeWork
Where and when?
Wednesday, December 11th, 11:30 am
WeWork E-Town Central, Level 23 Common Area, Ho Chi Minh City
Founder and CEO, Sampingnan
For those who have supported me along the way and those who are simply curious, I'd like to share my journey since July - from joining Antler Singapore with nothing but an idea, to being in Islamabad and just over a month away from launching Capture, the app enabling you to track, reduce and remove your climate footprint.
Antler is in the business of enabling the world's most exceptional people to build technology companies that solve real problems, and have a strong impact on the world. Last year we had the chance to start working with some truly amazing entrepreneurs; Wisnu Nugrahadi, Margana Mohamad and Dimas Pramudya. In only twelve months, they have built an incredibly fast growing company working with 150,000 agents across Indonesia.
Antler believes in bringing people with complementary skills together and providing them with a solid support system to ensure the best companies are formed through the program. Most startups fail because of the wrong founding team. Fundamentally, the foundation for starting a business on the right food is the core team and the skills they collectively bring together.