Building the ecosystem in Southeast Asia to help edtech startups succeed
Changing the world with Education + Technology.
EduSpaze is Singapore’s first edtech accelerator supported by Enterprise Singapore, the enterprise development agency. It aims to nurture a vibrant edtech startup ecosystem that serves the education sector in Singapore and Southeast Asia. Eduspaze helps early stage edtech startups go to market, accelerate their growth, and co-innovate with other stakeholders in the space to address sector-specific challenges with innovative solutions that improve learning outcomes and the impact of education. EduSpaze is a part of Spaze Ventures.
Seed ($) Funding
We provide seed funding up to S$500K for a small equity stake, based on your valuation.
We provide a 100-day acceleration programme, customised for each startup.
We have established a global overseas network, to make expansion easier for you.
Educators + Mentors
We have Educators-in-Residence (EIR) to help provide an educator’s perspective.
VERE360 is an edtech startup based in Singapore that develops, curates and democratizes VR content for social issues, education and training
Yumcha creates cartoons, bilingual books and digital language-learning experiences that build kids' linguistic confidence and competence.
ACKTEC Technologies is a Global Edtech Company Focused on Innovation for Immersive Learning (Interactive Animations, Ar/VR and IOT) for all.
ArcLab is a mobile learning L&D SaaS platform. Empower organisations to create effective bite-sized training.
FutureLab provides a SaaS mentorship platform that allows universities, companies and accelerators to scale their mentoring programs.
Practicle is an AI-powered online adaptive Math practice platform for P1-P6 children to help them close learning gaps and maximise potential
Flying Cape is an online platform for parents to find and book classes, with SMART system and recommendations; best price guaranteed.
Makers Empire is helping K-8 educators harness the owner of 3D technology to teach STEM, Design Thinking and Project-Base Learning.