Startups are everywhere in the Philippines. With the rise of the BPO and KPO industry in the Philippines, more and more entrepreneurs are setting up their businesses and giving more opportunities to the Filipino people. What’s great about startups is that these companies are more likely to hire fresh grads or if you have little experience in your field.
If you’re in tech and you need more work experience, here are startups to check out.
“Let’s build a better web together.” Located in Quezon City, this startup can do backend development, product design, mobile applications, and more. They have over 40 developers who can augment your current team and be your main engineering team. They have worked on Ticketbase, Medifi, and Lawadvisor. If you’ve got great ideas and want to make them a reality, this is the best place to start!
“Digital financial services for the world’s unbanked.” If you want to familiarize yourself with digital commerce and payment service, this startup business is for you. Their services include Sendah Direct; a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform, Sendah; a B2C gift remittance service for migrants, and Sendah Remit; a bank grade SaaS that allows for remittance transactions across different networks. They are currently looking for a Digital Marketing Associate, a Senior Java Developer, Senior Python Developer, and Senior PHP Developer.
“Innovation starts here.” Founders have been part of global startup industry for more than two decades now. They’re “home to the most dynamic tech startups in Manila.” You can find Tralulu, GoodMealHunting, Acudeen, testprep, BlackMarket, and so much more. They provide quality coworking spaces that will contribute to better collaboration and to increase inspiration because of its atmosphere.
“A social news network where stories inspire community engagement and digitally fuelled actions for social change. Rappler comes from the root words “rap” (to discuss) + “ripple” (to make waves).” Did you know that Rappler isn’t only a popular news site, but also a leading startup in the country? Currently, they’re looking for a Content Marketing Strategist. Still considered a growing company, now is the perfect time to join Rappler.
This is basically a non-profit organization that is “dedicated to supporting innovation, technology development, and entrepreneurship as a path to nation building.” They help build technology businesspeople and develop innovations that will help transform these into successful businesses. In fact, they’re holding the Ideaspace Startup Competition 2017 -- a startup contest to see if your business can survive with a 500K PHP seed funding, software support, and more.
One thing’s for sure, the Philippines is definitely soaring higher in terms of enriching its tech industry. With these startup companies for the taking, you’ll never run out of opportunities as well. Hence, ictjob.ph is your #1 resource when it comes to IT opportunities. Don’t miss out and check our job portal now!