“Kedai Sayur fits into two of East Ventures hypothesis. The first one, technology inclusion to upgrade the underserved merchant accessing technology and second, improvement of Indonesia supply chain. There is local wisdom that helps traditional on-demand vegetable hawker to exist for so long and we want to preserve that culture with a touch of technology,” he closed.
About Kedai Sayur
Founded in October 2018, Kedai Sayur is an Indonesian startup with a strong mission to bring technology inclusion for vegetable hawkers in the country and improve their life quality. With a strong ecosystem of farmers, assortment facility, and distribution network, Kedai Sayur builds efficient networks of daily produce distribution and open the access for local vegetable hawkers to the best quality and price of fresh produce in one-click away.
About East Ventures
East Ventures is an early stage venture fund focused on Southeast Asia and Japan. Over several years, East Ventures has invested in hundreds of companies in Indonesia, Singapore, Japan, Malaysia, and Thailand. The majority of East Ventures’ portfolio firms have been able to raise follow-on financing rounds.
East Ventures has a strong track record in developing pan-Asia tech-ecosystems and backing startups in their early days. The company has invested in over 140 startups and among them are named the unicorn. Success cases include companies such as Tokopedia, Traveloka, Warung Pintar, Fore Coffee, Disdus (acquired by Groupon), Kudo (acquired by Grab), Loket (acquired by Gojek), Tech in Asia, Omise, IDN Media, Ruangguru, MokaPOS, ShopBack, and CoHive. https://east.vc