• Scaling breakthrough technologies across emerging and frontier markets.

     

     

    Orbit Startups is part of SOSV, a global venture capital fund with US$1.5 billion in assets under management providing multi-stage investment to support founders’ big ideas.

  • ACHIEVE ESCAPE VELOCITY.

    We are the world’s first and most active program focused on emerging and frontier markets. Our program helps founders tap into an ecosystem of partners from multinational corporates to small businesses for sales and customer acquisition.

  • Orbit Startups provides hands-on support for partnerships, business development, fundraising and growth combined with an initial investment package of US$180,000 with millions available in follow-on funding. Our focus is on digitalization to drive efficiency across ecommerce, fintech, media, healthcare, education, and logistics and drive a revolution for the next four billion users.

    310

    startups

    40

    countries

    153M

    MAU

    $2M+

    perks

    Orbit Startups is a part of SOSV, a global venture capital firm with over US$1.5 billion in assets under management and currently deploying a US$277 million flagship fund SOSV IV. Orbit is an early backer of crypto-trading unicorn BitMEX, India's largest connected healthcare ecosystem Phable, and Africa's retail distribution platform MarketForce.

  • NOTABLE MENTORS

    Over 500 mentors empower our founders to stand on the shoulders of giants

    PATRICK LEE

    Co-Founder & Founding CEO,

    Rotten Tomatoes

    AJEET KHURANA

    Founder, Reflexical

    YARA PAOLI

    Chief Growth Scientist and

    Co-Founder, Growth OS

    SHANNON KALAYANAMITRA

    CEO, 5G Catalyst Technologies &

    Advisor, Gobi Partners

    PRAKHAR KHANDUJA

    VP Product, HOLLA Group

    DAN BRODY

    Managing Director, Tencent

  • IN THE NEWS

    MarketForce raises $40 million Series A for its retail distribution platform

    VideoVerse raises $46.8 million for its AI-powered video editing SaaS

    Dastgyr raises $37 million in Pakistan's largest Series A

    Snapask raises $35 million to expand into Southeast Asia

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