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Homegrown developer appears on track to build a multimedia franchise following its successful DreadOut game about Indonesian folklore ghosts, the DreadOut movie and merchandise lines. 

Successful pioneer of unique civic engagement-based smart city programs in Indonesia, Qlue is leveraging its experience and expertise for higher-margin B2B smart city solutions globally. 

Aruna helps fishermen to reel in bigger profits through its smart fish auction app and data analytics platform.

While studying at Telkom University in Indonesia, Utari Octavianty worked in the marketing department of the telecoms company Telkom and also as a secretary at the university. She graduated with a Business degree in 2015 and co-founded PasarLaut.com. She later became the Chief General Affairs Officer of Aruna, a fishery tech startup that evolved from PasarLaut.com.

Farid Naufal Aslam was the CTO of a Bandung-based design studio Monoponik from 2012 to 2014, while he was still reading a degree in Business Management in Technology and Informatics at the Telkom University in Indonesia. In 2015, he established PasarLaut.com, an e-commerce platform for fishermen. PT Aruna Jaya Nuswantara was later incorporated to transform PasarLaut.com into a fishery tech startup Aruna.

UMG Indonesia is a subsidiary of the Myanmar-based UMG conglomerate that was founded in 1998. The Indonesian company is a hardware and machine distributor, with property interests in Indonesia. In 2017, UMG provided seed funding to fishery tech startup Aruna.

Pedro Araújo Manuel is the Portuguese founder and CEO of software development company Bitcliq, where he has worked since 2013. He also holds the same positions within its two brands launched to date: Lota Digital, an e-marketplace for small-scale fisherman and sustainable fish retailers with blockchain-enabled traceability, and BIG EYE Smart Fishing, a platform for managing fishing fleets and fish traceability. Previously, Manuel was owner, co-founder and managing partner at tech agency MakeWise for nine years. Before 2013, he spent seven years in software and web development and systems administration at three different companies, including Portugal’s national post office. Manuel holds a master’s degree in Information Technology and Computer Engineering from the Polytechnic Institute of Lisbon.

Digital marketplace and blockchain-guaranteed traceability app empowering fisherman with rapid sales, improved market access and reduced waste. Ensures sustainability and guaranteed supply for buyers.  

Fresh from NYSE-listing, raising almost $1.5bn, Xpeng Motors has outperformed market expectations amid Covid-19 economic slump and deteriorating US-China relations. 

Through crowdfunding and mutual aid, Waterdrop makes treatment for critical diseases accessible to the majority of China's population who have no commercial health insurance.

Ma Jiliang graduated from University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2013 with a degree in Industrial and System Engineering. He also has a degree in Applied Mathematics. While studying, Ma had internship roles as a lab and program manager with companies in Suzhou, China.In 2012, he started working as a program manager at AI startup Mobvoi in Beijing. After his graduation, he continued to work at Mobvoi until 2014. He founded medtech Modoo as CEO in 2015. He wanted to produce a more effective and safer fetal-monitoring device that can be used by pregnant women at home.

Chinese medtech taps billion-dollar global fetal monitoring market with Modoo Pro – the world’s smallest passive fetal heart monitor. 

Named "European tech success," Odilo's cloud-based virtual libraries and AI-based classrooms for children and employees improve access to education across 65 countries.

Rodríguez is the CEO of Odilo, the first digital content-as-a-service (CaaS) edtech platform that he founded in 2011 whilst still working for BT Global Services in Madrid. The native of Cartagena, Murcia, also completed an internship in business development at Spain's Telefonica before spending five and a half years at BT. Rodríguez holds a master's in Science and Telecommunications Engineering from Madrid's Alfonso X El Sabio University.

Swanlaab Venture Factory is a Spanish-Israeli VC fund founded in 2013 in Israel and in 2017 in Madrid,  whose first investment fund totalled €40 million. Within Spain, its portfolio has 11 startups across different B2B verticals. Each startup selected for investment during investment rounds of €2–3 million, receives funds of €500,000 to €1.5 million.Swanlaab's Israeli backer Giza Venture Capital has already achieved more than 40 successful exits and is ranked amongst the top funds worldwide, investing over $600 million since 1992.Its most recent investments include in edtech and multimedia content platform Odilo’s July 2020 $10m undisclosed round and in the €3.5m Series A investment round of sales tech Sales Layer in May 2020.

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