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After graduating from Universitas Bina Nusantara's dual degree program in 2012, Stefanie Suanita went to work for GDP Venture, part of the Djarum Group in Indonesia. She specialized in product management and joined GDP Labs in 2015 as senior principal product manager for the internal research and venture building arm. In 2017, she founded Catapa and became the CEO of the HRtech startup that was internally incubated at GDP Labs. The Information Systems and Management graduate had two years' experience in HR as supervisor of internationalization and people career development at her alma mater BINUS University.

Founded in 2010 by Martin Hartono, son of Indonesia’s richest man Robert Budi Hartono, GDP Venture is a venture capital firm focused on digital communities, and media, commerce and solution companies in the Indonesian consumer internet industry.

Velos Partners brands itself as a Consumer Growth Capital Fund investing in companies at the intersection of consumer and technology. Based in Los Angeles, USA, its global portfolio includes women focused e-commerce site Orami, wearable tech firm Doppler Labs and property listing site 99.co.

Founded in 2010, Merah Putih is Indonesia’s first startup incubator. The Jakarta-based incubator focuses on mobile, gaming, community base and e-commerce. Its investment portfolio includes Infokost.id, Dailysocial and LintasBerita. Merah Putih is a collaboration between MCM Group and GDP Venture.

Ex-Djarum employee Frandy Wirajaya Sugianto holds a Master of Management degree in Creative Marketing from the University of Surabaya (UBAYA). He joined clove cigarette manufacturer Djarum’s Sales and Marketing division in 2001 and worked for 10 years before being hired as the CEO of Infokost.id in 2011. In 2013, Frandy became the CEO of Global Visi Media (GVM) Networks, which includes companies such as Opini.id and Bolalob.com. Infokost.id is a company under GDP Venture group, founded and owned by Martin Hartono. The Hartono family also owns Djarum, Indonesia’s biggest cigarette manufacturer.

Sierra Ventures is an American, private-owned venture capital firm founded in 1982. The company now manages a US$1.5 billion fund with a focus on domestic consumer solutions and advanced technology. It has helped more than 200 companies around the globe to grow, having raised more than US $1.9 billion in capital. Since 2006, it has been actively investing in India and China. 

Part of the Telefonica group, Wayra started its investment in Latin American countries and Spain in 2011. It offers mentoring and acceleration programs across 24 countries, leveraging on a global network of over 350 million customers.Wayra bridges the gap between tech entrepreneurs and networks of governments, corporations and partners where Telefónica has a presence.To date, the firm has invested more than €40 million and built 11 acceleration hubs that provide startup entrepreneurs mentoring and support from corporate leaders, investors and serial entrepreneurs.

Pau Vaquero Pérez is a Spanish Telecommunication engineer and currently CTO and co-founder of Proppos FastPay an intelligent self-checkout solution powered by computer vision which caters to the food services industry.Prior to Proppos, Vaquero worked as a specialist at Apple and software engineer at Napptilus Tech Labs in Barcelona.

Krishnan Menon graduated in 2011 with a master’s in Chemistry from the Birla Institute of Technology and Science in India. He obtained a master’s in Management from ESCP Europe in 2012 before working in sales, merchandising and operations at Rocket Internet GmBH, Lazada Southeast Asia, Zalora Singapore and AlphaBeta Labs India. Besides co-founding Fabelio in Indonesia, he has also joined Endeavor, a nonprofit global organization that aims to transform economies through entrepreneurship.

Armed with Asian and European experience, Miguel Amaro co-founded Uniplaces in 2011. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Finance from the University of Nottingham, and took a course in Chinese Studies at East China Normal University. He obtained his master’s in Management, with a concentration in Global Entrepreneurship, from Babson Graduate School. Amaro also spent two months as an analyst at Grameen Bank in Dhaka, Bangladesh. While developing Uniplaces, he was an entrepreneur-in-residence at Picvic Labs (France), Zhejiang University Innovation Institute (China) and Osram (United States). Amaro is currently part of the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers. As an investor, to date, he has only invested in Portuguese healthy food service EatTasty and part funding the company's angel, pre-seed and seed rounds, with undisclosed investments. 

Eempat Kapital (EK) was established in 2011 by Pramadita (Riel) Tasmaya, who is also a co-founder of Muslimarket. The investment firm is also managed by team member Emilia Emil Abbas, the daughter of Dr Emil Abbas who also owns PT Ranji Karya Sakti, part of the Easco Holding conglomerate. Another team member is Aldi Harris, who was the general manager of the private family-owned Easco Holding.EK’s portfolio includes energy and oil companies, e-commerce Muslimarket, concert information website Sindhen and food chains, Chicken Run and Arasseo. EK also raises finance for startups and provides management services as needed.

Founded in 2017, Rekanext Capital Partners Pte Ltd is an early-stage VC firm based in Singapore and Jakarta. The VC focuses on scaling high potential startups in Southeast Asia to expand regionally by providing expertise, industry experience and networks. Its diverse investment portfolio includes agri-crowdfunding platform iGrow, chat and customer service developer Qiscus and architecture-focused VR Collab that has operations in Singapore and China.

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