Indonesian venture capital firm Kejora Ventures is seeking $100 million for a growth fund that will participate in Series B and C rounds for local start-ups. Initial commitments have come from several Korean investors, reflecting the country’s strong strategic interest in Southeast Asia.
Kejora closed its second early-stage vehicle on $80 million a couple of months ago. The firm opted to raise a growth fund next to address the funding gap that sees start-ups secure seed and Series A funding...
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A millennial member of one of Indonesia’s most prominent family business groups, John Riady became a VC investor in 2011. He has witnessed a nascent digital economy begin to fulfil its promise
Novo Tellus Capital Partners, an investor in industrial technology assets across the Indo-Pacific region, has reached a first close of approximately USD 375m on its third fund – matching the overall target for the vehicle.