Singapore-based incubator_JFDI Asia_is popular among startups in Southeast Asia after all it is a member of_Techstar's_Global Accelerator Network_and arguably the premier accelerator in the region. In a first for JFDI this year, it is running three installments of its 100-day bootcamp programs. In total, 353 teams applied to the Class of 2014A_that commenced in March, with_13 startups selected._This was_eventually narrowed down further to the final 12 startups that presented their ideas to_press and investors who attended the program's demo day today. Each startup received a S$25,000 (US$19,60) cash investment and mentoring services. In another first for JFDI, this accelerator...

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