Join the world's leading VC firms at Orbit Startups' investor-exclusive demo day in Singapore or via Zoom on Wednesday, Nov 1.
Get the first look at the 9 breakthrough startups from Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Colombia, Bangladesh, Kenya, Morocco and Thailand in supply chain, agritech, mobility, fintech and more.
Orbit is a startup program from SOSV (US$1.5B AUM) with over 12 years of investing in breakthrough companies from around the world. Orbit-backed companies have raised over $728M in total, a 10x increase of our initial investment. Sign up for our in–person networking event in Singapore or join global investors via Zoom.
This event is held in partnership with HSBC and SWITCH.
Beecuick (Mexico) - Digitalizing hospitality procurement in Latin America
Umrah Companions (Saudi Arabia) - Making pilgrimage affordable and manageable for 1.8B Muslims
MedEasy (Bangladesh) - Providing safe and affordable online healthcare and medication services
Efinti (Colombia) - Digital asset backed loans for SMEs in Latin America
Fashol (Bangladesh) - Digitizing the agriculture supply chain to reduce waste
Pyxis (Kenya) - Africa-Asia cross-border trade payments made simple
Weego (Morocco) - One-stop shop for all mobility needs across Africa
MyAlice (Bangladesh) - Customer chat platform to scale e-commerce in the Middle East
Sage Health (Thailand) - Enabling discovery through compliant and structured health data sets
Guide to choosing your ticket:
Offline in Singapore | Investors & community only
Online on Zoom | Investors only
Livestreaming | Open to the public
About Orbit Startups
Orbit Startups scales breakthrough startups from around the globe across emerging and frontier markets in Southeast and South Asia, the Middle East, Africa and the Americas.
Orbit invests through its fund SOSV, a US-based venture capital firm with US$1.5 billion in assets under management.
Notable investments include VideoVerse, technology partner to the Olympics and the UK’s Premier League; fintech pioneer BitMEX; ELSA Speak, Google Gradient’s first investment in Asia; MarketForce, Africa’s leading retail distribution system; and Dastgyr, Pakistan’s aspiring Alibaba Group.