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PayMongo partners with Founders Launchpad to provide payment gateway for startups

PayMongo Philippines, Inc. has partnered with Founders Launchpad to help startups in their journey to success.
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PayMongo said in a statement that it has teamed up with Founders Launchpad to provide its services to startups who are part of the program.

Founders Launchpad is a 12-week comprehensive incubation program designed to equip early-stage entrepreneurs with capital, resources to build their product/Minimum Viable Product (MVP), and guidance to be ready for investors. This includes a valuable curriculum, hands-on mentoring, investment support, engaging learning experiences, and ample networking opportunities.

This was initiated by AHG Lab - one of the largest independent venture builders in the Philippines, and Draper Startup House - a global community of entrepreneurs.

Six startup companies from different industries like HealthTech, CleanTech, EdTech, SaaS, and e-commerce will pitch their ideas to regional and international investors in September.

Participating startups are Pharmacy Aggregator—MedsGo, Plastic Waste Management Tech—Rezbin, Learning Platform for Standardized Testing—Kippap, Escrow Service for E-Commerce Transactions—Safe, Inventory & Sales Management Software with POS–Itemcount, and Alternative Asset Marketplace–Supafaya.

We believe that having a reliable payment gateway partner like PayMongo is critical. At Founders Launchpad, we focus on supporting tech startups. Therefore, an easy-to-use and feature-rich payment partner is highly beneficial to our founders. We are very excited to have established partnerships with companies like PayMongo to offer more tangible value to the startups we work with, said Simon Bauer, the program lead of the Founders Launchpad and Partner of AHG Lab.

PayMongo said it will provide the budding businesses of this cohort with a secured payment gateway with zero signup fees, setup costs, integration costs, and maintaining balance. The cohort will also receive prime customer and clientele servicing, first access to its upcoming features and releases, and the opportunity to become a design partner in further developing its platform, it added.

PayMongo said Malolos will also give a workshop to the graduates of the incubator program as part of their mentorship initiative. The participants of the program will also have a chance to visit PayMongo’s office to gain a deeper understanding of their curriculum and of the company.

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