Tribe Accelerator, a blockchain accelerator backed by Enterprise Singapore, announced the onboarding of new partners to its program.
Despite having launched only last year Tribe Accelerator has already garnered the support of multiple government and corporate partners, including AXA, BMW Group Asia, Intel, IMDA, Nielsen, PwC, and Temasek.
This list of enterprise partners will be complemented by IBM, Citibank and Ubisoft, as they come on board after the successful completion of the inaugural batch of start-ups earlier in July 2019.
Fresh off its first iteration they have also announced their second batch of startups. The new cohort will get access to their existing and new group of mentors, technical experts, and an international network of partners to help growth-stage startups scale internationally.
The accelerator has taken promising startups on a global demo-tour across Singapore, Shanghai, Seoul and San Francisco — resulting in the start-ups raising over SGD$16.8 million within a short span of 3 months.
Startups Selected for the Tribe Accelerator
Digital identity and password management
Database services infrastructure and data privacy; Pilab – backend service connecting different industry blockchain platforms together
Introducing transparency and traceability to delivery of aid, social welfare and money across international borders
defining digital healthcare through accessible and secure end-to-end on-demand telehealth services
Rewarding consumers and media influencers engaged in targeted content and restoring trust in publisher-subscriber business models
Reimagining loyalty programmes with increased liquidity and quicker settlement processes
DiMuto – Enabling transparency and accountability for global trade and supply chains
Empowering enterprises with customisable decentralised applications specific to supply chains
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