The smart money coming into the country will help create more formidable local entrepreneurs.
What a start to the year. There have been new investments in Indonesia companies every week of 2015 so far, and this week’s announcement according to DailySocial is mobile app Dealoka raising an undis...
Gift Card Indonesia will use the newly acquired cash to offer business-to-consumer products and expand regionally.
Co-working space Conclave is Indonesia’s newest hub for tech entrepreneurs. Situated near Jakarta’s central business district, the building’s concrete and wood interior is the kind of place one would ...
Qraved has raised another US$1.3M. Interestingly, a member of its team is co-founder of both Qraved and its newest investor.
Indonesia is one of the most promising emerging tech markets in Asia, but still has a long way to go. Here’s what it can do to attract more foreign investors.
By now, you may have heard about Jakarta’s Ideabox accelerator letting all eight of its second batch startup finalists into the program last week. You may have also heard about the Japanese conglomera...
Hopefully MBDC Media’s flagship product, the humor site MalesBanget, gets funnier after this.
Tripvisto’s CEO Bernardus Sumartok assures everyone that the new startup won’t share the same fate as its ‘older brother’.
A two-man army have been running Spavista in the last year. Now thanks to the seed funding, they can finally grow and scale faster.
Indonesia’s online food catering industry gets some attention today as Berry Kitchen announces that it has received an undisclosed amount of seed funding from East Ventures.
Today Tech in Asia receives word from Indonesian game developer Artoncode that it has just received seed funding from Indonesian media giant Emtek Group for an undisclosed sum.
East Ventures has invested in Indonesia’s Ralali, a B2C ecommerce site which focuses on selling industrial supplies, and MRO equipment.
Japanese recipe site Cookpad has announced the acquisition of a 60 percent stake in Indonesia’s recipe sharing site DapurMasak for US$600,000.
Sirclo, an ecommerce website builder based in Indonesia and Singapore, today announces that it has received seed funding for an undisclosed amount from East Ventures.
Berry Kitchen, an online catering service in Indonesia, announced today that it received seed funding in the amount of IDR 500 million ($43,700) from ANGIN, the female-oriented angel network fund run ...
Mobil123 is arguably Indonesia’s leading car classifieds site.
Sribu is aiming for regional expansion.