Frequently Asked Questions

We fund early-stage companies in the food innovation space within the South East Asia region. Specifically, in the deep technology, agricultural/aquaculture, and manufacturing of consumer products for retail(B2C) and industrial(B2B) customers verticals. If you already have a product and are looking to commercialize and scale, we will be able to support you with our expertise and licensed facilities.

Unsure if your company fall within these verticals?

As long as you are in the food space, and have a great idea or some traction, we would love to hear from you.

We would love to help all the startups that we come across in the ecosystem. whether or not you are just starting out or are in the stages of commercialization, scaling or going to market. If there’s a gap we can fill, you can count on us.

If you are just starting out, we will point you in the right direction and you might also be eligible to tap on the StartupSG Founder grant that helps startups with an initial S$50,000, equity free.

Innovate360 leverages on its experience and vast networks, having spun out from a seventy year old food manufacturing business.

It not only provides a collaborative co-working space, shared kitchen, laboratories, manufacturing spaces, warehousing, logistics, networks and distribution.

Innovate 360 is in a food factory zone, offering  industrial B2 space for heavy duty food manufacturing, co-working spaces, logistics warehousing, shared research laboratories and kitchen facilities. The kitchen is positioned as a test kitchen and is SFA licensed. Startups looking to use the kitchen are allowed to sell direct to consumers.

For practicality sake, No, we don’t. Read this – https://feld.com/archives/2006/02/why-most-vcs-dont-sign-ndas.html

Innovate360 invests in angel, pre-seed and seed startups.  Typically the ticket size ranges from S$50,000 to S$250,000, but we’ve gone higher in some cases.