Indogen Capital on exits, helping foreign startups succeed in Indonesia

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Indogen Capital’s Managing Partner Chandra Firmanto sheds some light on the VC’s partnerships and exits to date, from Venteny to Spacemob 

Jakarta-based Indogen Capital bases its investment strategy on helping foreign startups expand to Indonesia through partnering, sometimes co-investing, with the companies' investors. Indonesia's large population and fast-growing middle class and internet penetration make the market very attractive to tech startups in the Asia-Pacific region. One example of such startups is Venteny, a Philippine fintech-insurtech platform that helps call centers create and manage benefits and microfinancing for their staff. The company was eager to enter the Indonesian market, and Indogen put them in touch...
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