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Private equity fund and incubator Balancop Ventures Ltd was founded in 2009 by Herman Wang who is based in Shanghai, China. Balancop will also establish and invest in its own stable of startups, including a telematics service company in China, GM’s Onstar and Toyota’s G-book. Balancop also has offices in Hong Kong and Indonesia.

A prolific investor, Eddy Chan has been involved in venture investments for US companies like Paypal, SpaceX, and Palantir, as well as Indonesian ones like coworking space EV Hive (now CoHive), BeliMobilGue (used car marketplace) and (chatbot builder). He is also the founding partner of Intudo Ventures, an "Indonesia-only" VC firm.

Heritas Capital Management began as an investment/fund management arm of IMC Group, a diversified conglomerate in Singapore. It became a Capital Management Services firm in 2013, and according to its website it manages over SGD 250m in assets. In Indonesia, it has backed telemedicine startup Alodokter and healthy catering company Gorry Holdings.

A veteran businessman, Diono Nurjadin is the president and CEO of Cardig Aero Services that is also a logistics partner of He worked for Peregrine Securities in Singapore before returning to Indonesia in 1994. He was also the chairman of the now-defunct Mandala Airlines. Diono is a member of ANGIN, a network of Indonesian angel investors.

Beenext is a new venture fund started by Beenos founder and former CEO Teruhide “Teru” Sato. The fund describes itself as a “partnership of the founders, by the founders, for the founders”; bringing their wealth of global experience and capital backing to support promising entrepreneurs. Beenext has invested in nine countries, including India, Singapore and Indonesia.

VIAEight is an advertising company in Indonesia, specializing in custom neon-box advertising boards and other modes of out-of-home advertising. Its products include car decals and train advertisements to neon boxes mounted on motorcycles. In November 2018, the company produced a projection mapping attraction to mark Lazada Indonesia's Singles Day online shopping discount event.

Mahanusa Capital is a financial services company founded by Daniel Budiman. The firm provides investment banking and brokerage services through its subsidiaries, Mahanusa Securities and Magna Finance. It also manages major property assets in Indonesia, including the Pacific Place mall in Jakarta. Mahanusa Capital has invested in digital signature startup PrivyID and local event discovery app Goers.

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.

Aavishkaar (‘invention’ in Hindi) was founded in 2001 as an early stage investor to help build sustainable enterprises in India’s underserved regions. Its VC portfolio, valued at over US$ 155 million, covers key industry sectors including sanitation, healthcare, agriculture and technology. Its Aavishkaar Frontier Fund was created in 2015 to invest in South and Southeast Asian countries like Indonesia, Pakistan and Bangladesh.

Kinara is a venture capital fund based in Indonesia. Established in 2011, it focuses on impact investments that include supporting inclusive economy initiatives and eco-friendly ventures such as Greeneration. Kinara has been managing Indonesia’s first business impact acceleration program that has produced 11 enterprises in the food security sector since 2016. Other priority sectors are microfinance, clean tech, agriculture and fisheries.

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. 

Launched in 2014, Convergence Ventures (formerly Convergence Accel) is a venture fund focused on investing in Indonesia. The fund is led by Donald Wihardja and ex-Rocket Internet man Adrian Li. Li is also the co-founder of Qraved, one of Indonesia's leading food social networking startup.

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.

Mari Elka Pangestu is the first female Chinese Indonesian to hold a cabinet position. She was the Minister of Trade from 2004 to 2011 and the Minister of Tourism from 2011 to 2014. She holds a doctorate in Economics from the University of California, USA. Returning to academia at the University of Indonesia, the professor is also part of the Indonesian network of angel investors ANGIN.

Singtel Innov8 is the venture arm of Singapore-based telecommunications company Singtel. It invests in companies that can potentially bolster Singtel's own capabilities in communications technologies, media services and customer experience. Innov8 has invested in companies at home and abroad, including in Indonesia, China, the USA and Israel. It has made exits through the sale of its portfolio companies (Viki and Tempo.AI) and via IPOs.

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