At the Digital Pilipinas Festival 2023, a group of experts explored various ideas and strategies on how to transform the Philippines into the next ASEAN startup hub.
A panel of experts at the second Digital Pilipinas Festival 2023 seeks to find ways and solutions to make the Philippines the next startup hub in ASEAN.
Digital Pilipinas Festival showcases the developments in the ASEAN and putting focus on emerging technologies and critical sectors deemed to complete the region's digitalization.
Scheduled to run from November 20-24, these "Festivals of festivals" are not just networking gatherings but the epicenters of the digital revolution reshaping ASEAN and beyond.
With the theme "World, meet ASEAN in a digital Pilipinas," the second Philippine Fintech festival will be showcasing cross-border partnerships and collaborations with different countries.
Rallying for inclusivity in fintech and various sectors, Digital Pilipinas strikes a partnership with market research firm Tangere for a venture that seeks to give voice to ordinary Filipinos.
As a precursor to the second Digital Pilipinas Festival and the Festival of Festivals, a kick-off program took place on November 7 with the media partners and co-convenors of Digital Pilipinas.
Organized by Digital Pilipinas, the Digital Pilipinas Festival and Philippine Fintech Festival Year 2 bring together diverse stakeholders from various ecosystems to commit to initiatives that drive the country's tech and innovation ecosystems, provide educational masterclasses, and give platforms to innovative projects through pitch fest and hackathon.
Digital Pilipinas has gained the backing of government agencies and industry experts for the second installment of the Fintech Festival in November, a move to improve the growth of the fintech sector.
The Philippines to ASEAN and Digital Pilipinas partnership will bring variety of programs with fellow ASEAN member nations and different global trade missions that are all looking at the ASEAN region.
Mark Vernon has traveled around the world, and he says that in most countries, regulators are unable to tread the line between protecting investors and promoting innovation.