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Investree Philippines expands funding services to Visayas, Mindanao

Investree Philippines, a crowdfunding intermediary and funding platform, is extending its reach beyond Luzon, expanding recently to Central and Western Visayas and Davao Region in Mindanao.

The company seeks to serve and empower more small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the country by providing accessible and affordable financing solutions that can help their businesses thrive.

“Our mission since Day one has been to support SMEs through accessible and secure financing solutions and, in so doing, contribute to the country’s growth one SME at a time,” said Kok Chuan Lim, co-founder and CEO, Investree. “We are broadening our reach outside of Luzon and are now building relationships with more entrepreneurs in Visayas and Mindanao to help more businesses across the country keep up with the changing times.”

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With its expansion in the Visayas and Mindanao, which began this September, Investree Philippines is now fully equipped to support enterprises in the regions’ various industries, including manpower, security services, F&B, school supplies, pharmaceuticals, and medical sectors.

Data and technology

The company optimizes data and technology to connect businesses with institutional investors that share the same mission of supporting SMEs. Investree Philippines’ SME clients can now fulfill larger order volumes, deploy and train manpower, develop their business to cater to new target markets, and implement geographical expansion. They can likewise look to fast-tracking business growth in terms of product and/or service development.

Investree Philippines, backed by Investree Singapore and local venture builder F(DEV), works with public and private partners such as the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), Asian Institute of Management (AIM), and SeekCap to nurture Pinoy SMEs. It also seeks to enter into new partnerships to reach more SMEs and at the same time boost financial inclusion in the country.