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Encephalon Incubatees forge partnership with HAU

November 18, during the launching of the first ever Philippine Startup Week, Encephalon, the Technology Business Incubator (TBI) of Holy Angel University had a jam-packed event as their incubatees had the ceremonial signing of the forged partnership with HAU at the executive lounge of the University’s San Francisco De Javier Building.


HAU was represented by University President Dr. Luis Maria R. Calingo while the representatives of different incubatees were: Mr. Bari Silvestre, CEO of Keybol Games; Engr. Chris Gamulo, CEO of CBG Enterprise; and Mr. Geoffrey Manlapaz and Mr. Maike Gatbonton, creators of PAPA.PH. Pure-niture, which was a DOST funded research project and now a spin-off startup, was also present and represented by TBI Manager Engr. Melani Cabrera. These four startups already attained Technology Readiness Level (TRL) 9, the highest grade for the TRL.


Engr. Edzel Galguerra, CEO of DOMO, Ms. Abigail Manual of Bayong.ph, Dr. Jaypee Pajarillaga of Woody’s and Engr. Wilfredo Infante of Bulbs and Chips were also present during the ceremonial signing.


Keybol Games started out with browser games that has since evolved to desktop, mobile and console development and publishing. They are the first and only Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 publishers in the Philippines and a multi-awarded company that has over 60 million plays across console, mobile, Steam and browser platforms.


CBG Enterprise provides the best products and services based on the highest standards of quality. They offer industrial minerals, process equipment, industrial plant equipment, material handling equipment, commercial/household equipment and other food equipment.


PAPA.PH is a friendly and reliable solution provider that helps customers make their lives and business operations easier by providing them on-demand errands and logistics support, such as payment for bills, purchase of items, repair of equipment, and others.


Pure-niture is a manufacturer of foam shredder machine that can shred portions of foam to small pieces according to desired size by the target customer. It is a Department of Science and Technology - Technology Application and Promotion Institute (DOST-TAPI) grant receiver and HAU’s first patent technology.


Date Posted: 11-22-2019