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With its Japanese investment partner Striders, Indogen plans to boost growth-stage funding in Indonesia and open doors for portfolio companies to new markets in East Asia
Investors expect Indonesian startups to regain their growth opportunities when the economy reopens with the Covid-19 vaccine rollout, even as some online living and working habits have stuck
Indonesian VCs on how they are doing deals during Covid-19, and their advice to startups, from how to cut costs to M&A
Indogen Capital's Managing Partner Chandra Firmanto sheds some light on the VC's partnerships and exits to date, from Venteny to Spacemob
Cooperation is key to Indogen's investment thesis, as it looks to help more foreign VCs and their portfolio startups find success in Southeast Asia's biggest market
Sonic Boom's solution, which enables data to be captured from mobile devices without needing an internet connection, is eyeing Indonesia's huge retail market
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