The Philippines boasts 6 cities in the top 1000 and is one of South East Asia’s best countries for setting up a startup.
Since 2022, The Philippines lost 5 spots in the Global Startup Ecosystem Index, having now positioned itself as 57th worldwide.
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The Philippines is ranked within the top 100 startup ecosystems globally.
The Philippines’s startup scene is best represented in Education, Energy & Environment, and in and Foodtech.
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On our map, you can explore a total of 69 for Education.
In South East Asia, The Philippines' Energy & Environment is in top 41. The Philippines has a concentration of about 44 of the region's total Energy & Environment startups that are represented on our map.
The Philippines' Foodtech is ranked 44th in the world. Our database contains 36 for this industry.
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