We recently announced two new portfolio investments in property technology (Proptech) startups: AMODA – a prefabricated construction company; and Tanaku – a rent-to-own property tech company. Both startups are operating and localizing their solutions to serve Indonesia-specific markets. Their recent funding rounds are seed and pre-seed, both led by East Ventures.
Proptech platform, Tanaku raises US$ 5.5m pre-seed funding led by East Ventures to radically transform home ownership in Indonesia
Tanaku, an Indonesia based proptech startup, raised US$ 5.5m of pre-seed funding led by East Ventures. The round included equity and debt capital from an International Bank. The fresh capital will accelerate Tanaku’s mission to make home ownership accessible and radically transform the home buying experience, with the current focus on building the product, expanding the team, acquiring homes, and executing the go-to -market strategy.
AMODA, a property and construction startup in Indonesia, has secured an undisclosed amount of pre-seed funding from East Ventures, the leading sector-agnostic venture capital firm in Indonesia and Southeast Asia.
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.
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 [...]
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