SGInnovate’s Investors Pitch Event brings together the community of venture capitalists, angel investors, and corporate VCs for knowledge sharing, networking and collaborations.
In this edition of our by-invitation-only event, deep tech startups from various industries with different technology-focus will be pitching to the community of venture capitalists (VCs), angel investors and corporate VCs.
Have you wondered what Investors usually look out for, when investing in Deep Tech and emerging areas in the Tech Space? For startups, this may be one of the main biggest questions in order to understand the demands that investors look out for. We narrow down to focus on investments in Southeast Asia and the main differences between the different types of investors and what they are looking out for more specific to the region.
Morning Pitch is a pitching platform hosted by Deloitte Tohmatsu Venture Support. This platform helps startups form business alliances and partnerships with large corporations, corporate venture capitals and venture capital firms. The focus for this Morning Pitch on 27 November 2020 is on FinTech.
Morning Pitch is a pitching platform hosted by Deloitte Tohmatsu Venture Support. This platform helps startups form business alliances and partnerships with large corporations, corporate venture capitals and venture capital firms. The focus for this Morning Pitch on 23 October 2020 is on Food and AgriTech.
The Entrepreneurial Scientist brings research out of the lab to start a business. The challenges come hard and fast – market and early adopter identification; user needs specification; product development; pilots or trials; go-to-market preparations; funding; critical hiring at the initial phase, etc.
Deep Tech innovations can play a critical role in addressing global developmental challenges. Priority sectors such as healthcare, mobility, agriculture, urban solutions are seeing strong startup and innovation activities to deliver impact and achieve sustainable development, particularly in Asia, home to about 60% of the world’s population.
Deep Tech spans from scientific discovery or engineering innovation and has the potential to be disruptive. Deep Tech promises solutions to real-life problems within healthcare, energy, food and sustainability, amongst others.
Deep Tech startups often struggle to secure funding with investors who may not have the expertise and knowledge to understand the value of their technologies. At the same time, many investors tend to shy away from Deep Tech companies because they see them as “moonshots,” cash burn- intensive and challenging to support in the long run. However, in Southeast Asia, Deep Tech fundraising looks to be promising as more startups and investments are emerging from the countries in the region.
Morning Pitch is a pitching platform hosted by Deloitte Tohmatsu Venture Support. This platform helps startups form business alliances and partnerships with large corporations, corporate venture capital and venture capital firms. The focus for this Morning Pitch on 21 August 2020 is on Deep Tech.
As most of society has experienced, the pandemic has affected many economies across the globe. For economies to emerge stronger post-COVID-19, resilience and reliability are key. Countries will have to uncover and master major trends reshaping the global economy and hasten their digitals shifts and structural transformations.
According to the Biotechnology Innovation Organisation, BioTech is “technology based on biology – harness[sing] cellular and biomolecular processes to develop technologies and products that help improve our lives and the health of our planet.” More than just a tool for human health, BioTech is involved in many industries including energy and fuel, and agriculture and food, where innovations in the field helps address some of the world’s most pressing issues.
Deep Technology (Deep Tech) can solve significant societal problems in areas such as healthcare, urban mobility, sustainability and other issues. However, the research behind such technologies may take years before a discovery emerges.