images-9A year ago, TechRanch expanded its reach into Chile.
It struck up a partnership with startups in South America to foster that region’s entrepreneurial base.
Now, TechRanch, a coworking space and incubator in Austin, has expanded even further this time into Asia with a partnership in the city-state island of Singapore.
TechRanch and Get2Volume announced their partnership today “to incubate and grow technology companies in Austin, Texas and Singapore,” according to a news release.
Get2volume, funded by Singapore’s National Research Foundation, invests in, mentors and helps grow innovative microelectronics-centric companies.
TechRanch and G2V plan to collaborate to help each venture launch startups in their respective countries.
“Technology companies are global from day one,” Mike Holt, Get2Volume CEO, said in a news release. “Working together with TechRanch, we bring our companies global growth and execution capabilities”.
“This partnership provides portfolio companies with access to capital, connections and complementary capability. We look forward to working together to nurture and empower the next generation of technology entrepreneurs and enable their success” Sandeep Kumar, General Partner Business Development, TechRanch, said in a news release.