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Leave a Nest has been covered in The Straits Times as key player to connect Singapore and Japan ecosystem

Leave a Nest has been covered in The Straits Times as key player to connect Singapore and Japan ecosystem

Leave a Nest has been covered in the 3rd July edition of The Straits Times, which is one of the most renounced newspaper in Singapore.

The article “Singapore start-ups making inroads into South Korea, Japan“, touches on Singaporean startups who have been entering to Japan and South Korea market despite its difficulties to enter, as well as touching on ecosystem players to support this. Leave a Nest has been covered as one of the key players to connect Singapore and Japan ecosystem especially in the field of Deep Tech.

Since 2019, Leave a Nest has been partnering with Enterprise Singapore (ESG) and running Global Innovation Alliance (GIA) program together with ESG to support Singaporean startup to help enter Japan market. Up to now, total of 3 batches were conducted and total of 15 startups were supported through this program. In this time article, batch 1 startups such as Sentient.IO and ELXR are covered as startups who entered to Japan market.

Leave a Nest will continue to run the GIA program with ESG for ”Batch 4″ in the second half of 2021 and calling out for  Singaporean startups interested in connecting to Japan ecosystem. In addition to this, Leave a Nest will be running its own Deep Tech platform, ‘TECH PLANTER‘ in Singapore to help Singaporean deep tech startups grow and connect to Japanese large corporates, which will be held online on 24th July 2021.

About GIA Enter to Japan Market Program with ESG

About TECH PLANTER in Singapore

For enquiry regarding on Leave a Nest initiative to connect Singapore and Japan ecosystem, please contact [email protected] (attention to Michael and Ravi)