Venturra Capital partners (L-R): John Riady, Rudy Ramawy, and Raditya Pramana
In an interview, the Indonesian VC firm's newest partner also charts out the course for their new fund, Venturra Discovery
The Lippo Group-backed Venturra Capital has turned its focus to young startups – with a new fund of US$15 million and smaller ticket sizes – hoping to spot Southeast Asia’s next Go-Jek or Traveloka early in the game, as it readies for a bear market to come.
“Historically… the best performing portfolio companies in Venturra's [previous] Fund I are the ones where we came in early on,” explained Raditya "Adit" Pramana, a partner of the Jakarta-based VC firm.
Named Venturra Discovery, the new fund mostly backs Indonesian startups in...
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