Held recently at A Space Manila in Makati City, the Philippine RSBA finals feted 10 other winners of different categories out of 34 finalists.
Other winners included Cropital as social enterprise of the year, WiFi Interactive Network (WIN) as best new comer, tech incubator Hatchd Digital as best professional investor, and Endeavor Philippines as best enabler of the year because of the support it gave to high-impact entrepreneurs.
Cropital is a crowdfunding platform that helps finance farmers. The company was also among the top 10 winners of last week’s 2016 IdeaSpace startup competition where it received cash awards and startup incubation packages.
SkyEye was last year’s winner of the first fellowship progam by startup incubator Impact Hub Manila, a contest focused on innovation and mobility done in partnership with local courier and logistics giant LBC Express Inc.
Winners of the ASEAN Rice Bowl Startup Awards Finals will compete in November at the Global Startup Awards finale, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.