Tribe, a Singapore-based startup accelerator, has signed up three more international corporations to expand its corporate partnership program. The new partners are financial institution Citibank, major computing firm IBM, and video game developer UbiSoft.
According to Crypto Economy, Tribe has already signed on many international corporations such as BMW Group Asia, Intel, AXA, R3, Singapore’s Infocomm Media Development Authority, Nielsen, PwC and Temasek to the incubation project that was initiated in 2018.
Tribe disclosed that the new members will allow startups in its program to gain access to a wider range of collaborations.
“The addition of IBM, Citi, and Ubisoft into the corporate partnership-base will give participating start-ups greater access to international markets and resources beyond Singapore,” Tribe Accelerator revealed.
In the second year of the incubation project, Tribe said it will engage startups across multiple industries including cybersecurity, healthcare, fintech, supply chain management, media and advertising.
Among the startups will be Torus, a digital identity and password management service provider backed by Binance; Aquiliz, a customer management system provider; AID:Tech, a data management developer; and WhiteCoat, a healthcare startup.
Ng Yi Ming, managing partner at Tribe Accelerator, also revealed that the first batch of startups in 2018 were highly successful.
“The success of the inaugural batch far surpassed our initial expectations […] By ensuring all parties are aligned with a common objective, it has greatly reduced information overlaps and made solution integration prompt,” he said.
Meanwhile, Tribe Accelerator is expected to help drive startups in Singapore to develop at faster speeds in order to roll out innovative services to customers.
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