Heard about Y-combinator or TechStars? Well now there’s JFDI.Asia. We are the first TechStars Network member in South East Asia.

We will select 15 startups to join us in Singapore in January 2012 for the JFDI–Innov8 2012 Bootcamp. Each startup will receive S$15,000 in seed funding in exchange for equity.

These startups will undergo 100 days of intense mentorship with us and our mentors as they build their businesses and prepare to pitch to international investors at a Demo Day at the end of the bootcamp. Mentors include:
Steven Goh, Founder of Mig33
Darius Cheung, Founder of tenCube
Margaret Manning, CEO of Reading Room
Satya Witoelar, Founder of Koprol
Scott Rafer, Founder Omniar, Mashery and Percent Mobile

We welcome all applicants, but we are looking for startups that: can be launched and ready for investment within 100 days, are buyable and scalable, and which offer products and services relevant to the Asian market.

To find out more, watch our video and check out our website at http://bootcamp.jfdi.asia.

Applications are rolling – the earlier you apply, the better chance you have at being selected. Apply today through 16 December 2011!

Alok Mittal

Alok is a first generation entrepreneur, currently CEO and Co-founder of Indifi, a platform for small business lending.

Alok is a board member at TiE Delhi, and a founding member of Indian Angel Network.

Prior to Indifi, Alok ran India venture operations for Canaan Partners in India, with focus on internet, technology and BPO space. Earlier, Alok cofounded JobsAhead.com, a leading job portal which was acquired by Monster.com. Alok is a computer science graduate from IIT Delhi and, postgraduate from UC, Berkeley.

The views expressed on this site are personal views of Alok, and do not constitute an offical opinion of any company or organization.