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Skystar Capital is a fund that invests in technology startups in the Asia Pacific region, particularly Indonesia. It is backed by Kompas Gramedia, Indonesia's largest media conglomerate. Skystar Capital is a separate and independent investment arm from Skystar Ventures

Lippo Digital Ventures was the corporate venture arm of Indonesian conglomerate Lippo Group, founded by Indonesian billionaire and banker Mochtar Riady. In 2015, the company reincarnated as Venturra Capital, a US$150 million fund focusing on technology firms in Indonesia and Southeast Asia.

US-based Sovereign's Capital is a private equity and venture capital firm specializing in early growth-stage companies in emerging markets. The company typically invests between US$250,000 and US$2 million.

Established in 2011, Fenox Venture Capital is a Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm. It has offices across seven countries, including Japan, Indonesia, and South Korea. Its investment portfolio includes Memebox, TechinAsia and 99.co. In Indonesia, the firm has invested in HijUp, BrideStory, Jurnal and Alodokter.

Founded by tech entrepreneur and investor Teruhide ("Teru") Sato, Tokyo-headquartered Beenos is a seed accelerator and investor in startups from fast-growing countries such as India, Indonesia and Turkey, as well as Japan and the United States. Beenos typically invests between US$100,000 and US$3 million.

Global Founders Capital is a global venture fund that invests in seed and Series A, or participates in later rounds. It typically does not invest in pre-launch. The venture fund was set up in 2013 by Rocket Internet chief Oliver Samwer, his brother Marc, and former Delivery Hero co-CEO Fabian Siegel as a €150 million fund for high-potential internet businesses.

Thanks to Bridestory’s engaging pinboard interface and trusted client referrals, couples can easily complete all their wedding-related shopping in a single online marketplace.

Ex-WPP’s youngest head Kevin Mintaraga’s career started when he founded digital agency Magnivate in 2008. In 2012, the company was acquired by WPP, and was renamed to XM Gravity and later Mirum Agency. Kevin remained as CEO of the company post-acquisition, and at 27 years old became the youngest head within WPP’s global network. He moved to a chairman role in 2014 to start Bridestory. Kevin was an avid gamer and had no business or digital media background prior to launching Magnivate. He was born in 1985.

Based in Jakarta, Indonesia, GnB Accelerator is a part of Fenox Venture Capital. With access to Fenox’s international network of investors, entrepreneurs and advisors, GnB Accelerator supports early stage startups in diverse industries.

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