Agritech from Myanmar to Indonesia and beyond: Interview with Jefry Pratama, UMG Idealab

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UMG, the Myanmar-based conglomerate, looks to Indonesia for investment and inspiration, with agritech and drones among its focuses

Slowly but surely, more skilled founders are answering the call to make Indonesia's agriculture more efficient and economically sustainable. Investors are eager to enter this sector, which will be increasingly important as populations grow and climate change necessitates innovations in food production. Myanmar-based conglomerate UMG, founded by Indonesian entrepreneur Kiwi Aliwarga, is one such investor searching for new opportunities through its VC arm UMG Idealab.Jefry Pratama is the general manager of portfolio management and investment at UMG Idealab. He also has significant experience in...
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