East Ventures: Uplifting Indonesian Society Through The Digital Economy, a case study by the CIIP

As the largest venture capital (VC) fund in Indonesia, investing in early-to-growth stage digital solutions across Southeast Asia and Japan, East Ventures has invested in digital solutions that solve the pain points of local communities, including by increasing access to education and optimizing end-to-end logistics, creating seamless and safe payment processes, and democratizing access to commerce.

28 September, 2022|Insights|

Reimagining Indonesia’s agriculture by strengthening the supply chain

Indonesia is known as one the world’s major agricultural nations and some of the world’s largest producers and exporters of crops such as rubber, copra, palm kernels, palm oil, coffee, cocoa, and spices. However, Indonesia’s agriculture technology and productivity falls behind neighboring countries, something we believe that we can improve the industry by improving the supply chain.

14 September, 2022|Insights|

Leveling the playing field and democratizing the web through Web 3.0 investment

Web 3.0 has emerged as the idea of a new kind of internet service built using decentralized blockchains — the shared ledger systems used by cryptocurrencies and NFTs. Proponents believe that Web 3.0 will create new economies, products, and services that will return democracy to the web instead of the current monopolies over who controls information and makes money.

31 August, 2022|Insights|

Riding the prospect of the rising creator economy

Although many giant global social platforms have been in Indonesia for several years, there is still room to grow for local players in seizing opportunities in Indonesia’s creative industry. The industry is fuelled by a growing young population, which accounts for 53.81% of the population.

26 August, 2022|Insights|

How tech startups navigate the business in the global uncertainty

Lately, the promising future offered by the tech industry has been clouded by several issues, ranging from declining valuations to massive employee cuts. Global uncertainty is heightened by several downside risks, such as rising inflation, US interest rate hikes, energy and food price volatility, and the geopolitical threats from the Russia - Ukraine war.

23 August, 2022|Insights|