TechCrunch is reporting on Inboard, a startup incubator that is aiming to create jobs in the country’s booming tech sector.
The startup was launched in June 2018 and has raised $50 million in Series A funding from a number of big names including SoftBank and Tencent.
Inboard will use the money to support the expansion of its startup ecosystem in the southern Philippines.
It will focus on a number, including digital content, design, and sales.
The company has been looking to expand its presence in the region since its founding, and has since invested in several tech companies, including Jolla.
The new funding is the latest in a series of initiatives that Inboard has undertaken in the last year.
The group is currently in the process of securing more than 200,000 jobs, according to a recent post on Inboards blog.
The project aims to bring together people with similar interests and build a community of creators who can help Inboard grow its operations.
“We are committed to supporting the growth of the Inboard ecosystem in a sustainable way, which will create jobs and build the skills of our founders and employees,” the company wrote.
“Our vision is to transform the Philippines into a thriving tech hub with a strong entrepreneurial culture.”
Inboard is currently focused on creating content for the platform and launching a new platform to provide access to content.