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Indonesia’s fourth unicorn, Bukalapak continues to offer easy, safe online shopping in a vast marketplace, while scaling up to new businesses, e.g., mutual fund investments.

Ex-United Nations employee Muhamad Fajrin Rasyid holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Informatics Engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology. As a student, he and BukaLapak co-founder Achmad Zaky opened a noodle shop near their dorm. Previous to BukaLapak, he had worked at Indosat, the United Nations and The Boston Consulting Group. He also co-founded Suitmedia, a digital agency that develops websites for companies such as HijUp.com and MasukNegeri.com.

The one half of Indonesia’s startup power couple, Achmad Zaky founded Deft Technology, a mobile software and web development company; and Suitmedia, a digital agency; before founding BukaLapak. While studying at the Bandung Institute of Technology, he and BukaLapak co-founder Muhamad Fajrin Rasyid opened a noodle shop near their dorm. His wife is Diajeng Lestari, founder of online Islamic fashion mall HijUp.com. He was born in 1986 and holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science.

Bandung Institute of Technology graduate Nugroho Heru Cahyono was a freelance programmer and a CTO for digital agency Suitmedia before co-founding BukaLapak. He holds a bachelor degree in Informatics.

Tokopedia is an Indonesian e-commerce marketplace, which in 2017 become the most popular site of its kind in Indonesia. Through partnerships with fintech companies, it has added new features that enable customers to buy gold and mutual funds. Besides foreign e-commerce marketplaces such as Lazada, Tokopedia’s closest rival is B2C/C2C marketplace Bukalapak, another Indonesian unicorn. 

Former MARS Indonesia and GTZ researcher Diajeng Lestari holds a Social & Political Science degree from the University of Indonesia. Her husband is Achmad Zaky, the founder of Indonesian startup BukaLapak. Diajeng was born in 1986.

The Mirae Asset Financial Group started in 1997 with Mirae Asset Global Investment and Mirae Asset Capital. The group's business interests focus on asset and wealth management, investments, and insurance. It has also invested in a range of companies, from logistics firm Shadowfax to AmazeVR. In 2018, it established a joint venture with Naver Corporation, one of South Korea's leading tech companies, and set up the Asia Growth Fund with $940m committed to VC investing in the region. The joint venture has backed Southeast Asian ride-hailing giant Grab, Indonesian e-commerce platform Bukalapak, and Singapore-based credit scoring firm FinAccel.

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