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Cloud 9 Startup Labs Antipolo, Philippines

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PHP 400 / pp / day

Antipolo Coworking Space Antipolo, Philippines

   
 

Eugenio Lopez Center Antipolo, Philippines

   

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About Antipolo

Sitting east of Manila in the Philippines, Antipolo is known as a Catholic pilgrimage site and prides itself on being the "Pilgrimage Capital of the Philippines". This is where the "Marian" image of the Virgin of Antipolo brought in from Mexico in 1626 is enshrined in the Antipolo Cathedral. Officially known as the City of Antipolo, this bustling and colorful city with traffic dodging jeepneys has a population of about 776,386. With scenic views over Metro Manila and home to the Hinulugang Taktak National Park, Antipolo attracts hordes of tourists throughout the year. To cater to its' thriving community of inventive inhabitants, coworking venues have appeared on its streets littered with whitewashed Mediterranean style villas. This is the city where you can gorge on locally grown mangoes and cashews or pig out on the local delicacy "suman" that is made of glutinous rice.

The city of Antipolo may not be the tech hub of the country, but it does have a buzzing startup scene. The Philippines has seen an unprecedented rise in the number of new and innovative businesses led by ambitious young entrepreneurs. The private sector is supporting startups with investment, creating incubation programs and providing mentorship. The government has launched numerous initiatives and is laying out plans to foster its startup community. Now that the Philippines has a more stable socio-political system, more businesses have been attracted to its shores. With high mobile usage rates and a large English-speaking population, the Philippines startup scene may be young but it is thriving.

With the advent of coworking venues it is believed that it will help to create a culture of collaboration and support.

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