About Our Company

ACIES Ventures

At ACIES Ventures, we help make tomorrow’s dreams a reality through our knowledge sharing platform & ecosystem. We are a boutique venture building and innovation enabler studio for founders and corporate entities to come together to jointly for collaboration to bring about innovative disruption for a more efficient tomorrow. We understand that entrepreneurship can seem daunting to some, exciting for others but definitely challenging for all. At ACIES Ventures, we also worked with established enterprises and Institutes of Higher Learning conceptualise and roll out innovation initiatives and programs across Asia. With enthusiasm and passion, our focus is to be the leading Venture Builder across Asia providing leverage through our unique tools and network of partners as we help ventures around the region grow and achieve new heights.

Advance-Technology

From Startups To The World’s Largest Companies

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The team

With a passion for learning and education, ACIES Ventures is formed with each of our unique set of expertise. We seek to empower individuals with transferrable, applicable, and scalable skillsets that can help, regardless which point of the entrepreneurship journey they are at.

30+
years of combined experience

10,000 +

trained individuals across collaborative programs ran
Strong network in the region for cross border partnership
News Share

The latest happenings around the world

Knowledge is power. Know the trends and get to know what is happening in the start-up and business  landscape in 3 minutes.

Temasek leads $50m round of Chinese logistics startup Duckbill

The latest investment brings the total amount the company has raised to date to nearly US$100 million.

China startup Suzhou Medilink Therapeutics nabs $50M for hot R&D cancer field

It now has $50 million in a series A financing to “accelerate its innovative pipeline development and to support its unique conjugate technology platform.”

Singapore start-ups draw $5.5b of funding in 2020 despite Covid-19 challenges

In comparison, Singapore start-ups drew $8.5 billion in 2019, and $14.3 billion in 2018.