Antler Will Invest in 30 Indonesian Startups This Year
Since coming two years ago, 25 startups have been funded, the majority of which come from fintech, e-commerce, and edtech
Startup builders as well as an early-stage VC, Antler expressed his commitment to increasing investment in Indonesia by up to 30 companies this year. As for since his presence in Indonesia in 2021, based on data on their website they have funded 25 startups, the majority are from e-commerce, fintech, and edutech, and interestingly a quarter of these startups are led by female founders.
The following is a portfolio of Indonesian startups that have been funded by Antler, quoting from the Antler website:
|Academy (edtech)||Geekzwolf (web3)||refundway (fintech)|
|Will (agritech)||Habaku (SaaS)||New (proptech)|
|Bling (e-commerce)||Healthpro (healthtech)||Fellow Care (healthtech)|
|Blink (fintech)||Lister (edtech)||Solutiv (fintech)|
|Car Clicks (e-commerce)||Paireds (security)||Guess (e-commerce)|
|CareNow+ (healthtech)||Pin'J (fintech)||Truclimate (cleantech)|
|my education (edtech)||Qalboo (healthtech)||Ziva (healthtech)|
|Shipping (e-logistic)||Rassa (e-commerce)||Eten (SaaS)|
|reach! Finance (fintech)|
The site also describes funding for startups that have businesses in Indonesia, but are registered at Antler Singapore. Some of the names are Base (retail), Brig (fintech), Cove (proptech), side (rebranded so Staffinc), and That's it! (consumer-tech).
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