East Ventures has focused on Indonesia since day one, meaning East Ventures' hypothesis changes in sync with evolutions in the archipelago’s ecosystem.
East Ventures has accompanied these startup founders in the past 10 years on their startup journeys, and felt the ups and downs together.
Temasek, Pavilion Capital, EDBI and Jungle Ventures join the existing investors to support Social Bella broaden its reach to 100 million users.
Indonesia’s trucking space has witnessed a spike in investor interest as VCs flock to invest early in a sector they hope will become the next big thing.
AllSome Fulfillment provides logistics service like virtual warehouse and fulfillment services for Southeast Asian online sellers.
Young startups in Southeast Asia received $8.58bn in first seven months of 2019. East Ventures is the most active venture capital in the region.
The fresh fund will accelerate Kedai Sayur to onboard more vegetable hawkers and retailers, as well as to develop its technology.
With the new fund, East Ventures cemented its commitment to continuously support the Southeast Asian startup ecosystem, particularly Indonesia.
The fresh funding will be funnelled to the plan of 99.co to build and extend its reach in Singapore and Indonesia,and launch new financial products.
East Ventures had three out of three of their venture capital funds in the top quartile, based on Preqin's research in their latest report.
The 425 sqm store included an interactive display that connects customers to the Sociolla and SOCO platforms by the company.
The investment will accelerate AllSome Fulfillment’s mission to support effective cross-border e-commerce fulfillment needs.
Helicap Group will use Arcor Capital and Helicap Investments to raise S$250 million in capital from accredited investors.
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Ralali has grown its gross merchandise value 5x in 2018 and says it is on track to register 3-4x growth across 25 cities in Indonesia this year.
Founded in 2013, Omise develops an open financial infrastructure that combines traditional and non-traditional financial services and platforms.
The fresh funding is to be used for product development and talent acquisition, for Wahyoo can provide better service to all warteg partners.
Eko Group, which runs a mobile chat app for workforces, hopes to fill gaps in the so-called enterprise collaboration market left by the likes of Slack.
The FIT Company announced that it has acquired 3 local startups, namely Slim Gourmet, Wellnez Indonesia, and FITCO to develop a wellness ecosystem.
Grab users can access GrabWheel service by downloading the GrabWheels beta app on their iOS or Android devices during the pilot period.
CoHive just unveiled a bouquet of new products last month, namely CoLiving (living spaces), CoRetail (new retail), and CoHive Event Space (events).
GGWP is a indonesia-based multi-platform e-sports company which was created with a vision to make ‘e-sports for everyone’.
Southeast Asia's automotive sector is booming. It’s a lucrative industry thanks to a large population and rapid urbanization in recent decades.
Waresix connects shippers & business with available warehouses & trucks across Indonesia, providing better transparency, quality service & improve income.
The recent Indonesia Millennial Report from IDN Media shows that television & online media are the most popular platforms for content among millennials.