Indonesian property developer Sinar Mas Land has teamed up with East Ventures, Redbadge Pacific and Prasetia Dwidharma to set up a fund that will invest in startups developing smart city solutions, according to a press release.
How leaders deliver the passion of workers, even in the time of crisis: the leadership tips from CEOs of CoHive and Base
As a leader in the company, you probably want all employees to have the same frequency and passion as yours to achieve the same goal. However, it might be a challenge as the company gets bigger and faces a crisis. Yaumi Fauziah Sugiharta, Co-Founder and CEO of Base, and Christopher Angkasa, CEO of CoHive, share their experiences.
Coworking Space CoHive di Universitas Bina Nusantara ini dirancang sebagai tempat mahasiswa untuk belajar dan mengembangkan jaringan.
Indonesia’s Property Technology (Proptech) Startup Scene: What You Need to Know 30 July 2019 Property is the largest asset class in the world—it's worth more than all stocks and bonds combined. In large markets like the United States, the property industry contributes US$3.5 trillion to the GDP, of which $836 [...]
CoHive just unveiled a bouquet of new products last month, namely CoLiving (living spaces), CoRetail (new retail), and CoHive Event Space (events).
Defining it as those who had raised Series B funding rounds and beyond, e27 presents 5 of the most exciting growth stage startups in Indonesia.
EV Hive, an Indonesia-based co-working startup, said today that it has raised $13.5 million and expanded into CoLiving and CoRetail.
CoHive, the co-working startup, was founded in 2015 by seed-stage investment firm East Ventures. Now they have many locations in Jakarta and other cities.
The space, called JSCHive, will serve as a bridge between Jakarta Smart City as a government and Jakarta’s burgeoning startup community.
Originally part of venture capital firm East Ventures, the coworking space unit is preparing to spin out as an independent business.