IES-INCA partners with e27 to support deep tech innovators

e27 is thrilled to announce that we are working with IES-INCA to provide startups with access to e27 Pro.

IES-Incubator and Accelerator (IES-INCA) is a strategic initiative by The Institution of Engineers, Singapore (IES) to support engineers in technopreneurship and new technology business ventures.

IES-INCA is a platform “by engineers for engineers” that supports entrepreneurial engineers with deep tech innovations, enabling them to be successful in commercialising products and services through the scale-up incubation programme or via mentorship of first-time entrepreneurs through the Enterprise Singapore SgFounder programme.

From their board of directors to their operations team, IES-INCA speaks the same language and understands the needs of engineers and technopreneurs, with mentors advising on necessary technical, financial, and business development. Technopreneurs can tap on the rich experience of industry and finance experts to build a comprehensive and sustainable business with incubation or mentorship that emphasises quality engineering rather than just business aspects.

Also read: Facebook Community Accelerator Program introduces the 19 communities of the 2021 APAC cohort

In this new partnership, IES-INCA in its role as a community-builder will be working with e27 to grow and boost the connections between the technopreneurs, investors, mentors, and corporates in the deep tech space. With e27 in its role as the media partner, its extensive reach in the market and media, activities in the deep tech venture ecosystem will be able to receive greater market interest and awareness.

To launch this new partnership, IES-INCA will host a webinar together with e27, entitled In Conversation with a Deep Tech Investor. The webinar will talk about what founders need to know when engaging with a Deep Tech Hardware investor. Openspace Ventures has been invited to share its insights on key considerations for investing as well as its experiences working with founders.

For this webinar, we’re excited to have Mr Hian Goh of Openspace Ventures discuss key perspectives in how Openspace Ventures evaluates potential investments in companies.

Join this session happening on Wednesday, Oct 13, 4:30-5:45 PM SGT as we build a closer Deep Tech community engaging an investor and fellow Technopreneurs. You can register for free here.

Opportunities to build your investor network

Over the past couple of months, we have served over 3,000 connections between startups and investors through e27 Pro‘s Connect feature.

In this new normal, there is a distinctive lack of ability for different parts of the Southeast Asia tech ecosystem to reach out to each other.

We used to have thousands of offline activities happening monthly, connecting various local and regional ecosystems, connecting startups, corporates, governments, and investors. Even our very own Echelon used to bring in more than 10,000 people over two days to achieve these meaningful, often serendipitous, connections.

This is a real pain, especially if you are new to the ecosystem and do not have existing networks that can introduce you to new ones. Online webinars and conferences seem to alleviate this issue temporarily, but we find that the startup ecosystem requires more.

Also read: Blue skies for Malaysia’s drone industry with Aerodyne

e27’s mission has always been to empower entrepreneurs with the tools to build and grow their companies. With e27 Pro, we’re going back to our roots and helping startups with their fundraising by providing a platform that allows not only discovery but a tool to begin conversations with investors and update them on their progress.

With over 300 verified active investors on the platform, e27 Pro members have in their reach the ability to find, connect, and engage with investors that are right for them. Not a Pro member yet? Start here.

Get the chance to connect with IES-INCA

IES-INCA is onboard e27 Pro, and members can reach out directly to them via e27 Pro’s Connect feature to be connected to the deep tech and engineering tech venture ecosystem or explore incubation with them.

Any e27 Pro member can simply visit IES INCAs profile and click the Connect button to get the ball rolling.

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e27 is thrilled to announce that we are working with IES-INCA to provide startups with access to e27 Pro.

IES-Incubator and Accelerator (IES-INCA) is a strategic initiative by The Institution of Engineers, Singapore (IES) to support engineers in technopreneurship and new technology business ventures.

IES-INCA is a platform “by engineers for engineers” that supports entrepreneurial engineers with deep tech innovations, enabling them to be successful in commercialising products and services through the scale-up incubation programme or via mentorship of first-time entrepreneurs through the Enterprise Singapore SgFounder programme.

From their board of directors to their operations team, IES-INCA speaks the same language and understands the needs of engineers and technopreneurs, with mentors advising on necessary technical, financial, and business development. Technopreneurs can tap on the rich experience of industry and finance experts to build a comprehensive and sustainable business with incubation or mentorship that emphasises quality engineering rather than just business aspects.

Also read: Facebook Community Accelerator Program introduces the 19 communities of the 2021 APAC cohort

In this new partnership, IES-INCA in its role as a community-builder will be working with e27 to grow and boost the connections between the technopreneurs, investors, mentors, and corporates in the deep tech space. With e27 in its role as the media partner, its extensive reach in the market and media, activities in the deep tech venture ecosystem will be able to receive greater market interest and awareness.

To launch this new partnership, IES-INCA will host a webinar together with e27, entitled In Conversation with a Deep Tech Investor. The webinar will talk about what founders need to know when engaging with a Deep Tech Hardware investor. Openspace Ventures has been invited to share its insights on key considerations for investing as well as its experiences working with founders.

For this webinar, we’re excited to have Mr Hian Goh of Openspace Ventures discuss key perspectives in how Openspace Ventures evaluates potential investments in companies.

Join this session happening on Wednesday, Oct 13, 4:30-5:45 PM SGT as we build a closer Deep Tech community engaging an investor and fellow Technopreneurs. You can register for free here.

Opportunities to build your investor network

Over the past couple of months, we have served over 3,000 connections between startups and investors through e27 Pro‘s Connect feature.

In this new normal, there is a distinctive lack of ability for different parts of the Southeast Asia tech ecosystem to reach out to each other.

We used to have thousands of offline activities happening monthly, connecting various local and regional ecosystems, connecting startups, corporates, governments, and investors. Even our very own Echelon used to bring in more than 10,000 people over two days to achieve these meaningful, often serendipitous, connections.

This is a real pain, especially if you are new to the ecosystem and do not have existing networks that can introduce you to new ones. Online webinars and conferences seem to alleviate this issue temporarily, but we find that the startup ecosystem requires more.

Also read: Blue skies for Malaysia’s drone industry with Aerodyne

e27’s mission has always been to empower entrepreneurs with the tools to build and grow their companies. With e27 Pro, we’re going back to our roots and helping startups with their fundraising by providing a platform that allows not only discovery but a tool to begin conversations with investors and update them on their progress.

With over 300 verified active investors on the platform, e27 Pro members have in their reach the ability to find, connect, and engage with investors that are right for them. Not a Pro member yet? Start here.

Get the chance to connect with IES-INCA

IES-INCA is onboard e27 Pro, and members can reach out directly to them via e27 Pro’s Connect feature to be connected to the deep tech and engineering tech venture ecosystem or explore incubation with them.

Any e27 Pro member can simply visit IES INCAs profile and click the Connect button to get the ball rolling.

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