Eisya A. Eloksari (The Jakarta Post)
Tue, December 7, 2021
Indonesian tech start-ups received US$4.7 billion in funding in the first half of the year – more than in the whole year of 2020 – according to the e-Conomy 2021 report produced by Google, Temasek and Bain & Co.
Founders now have more funding options for new companies than a decade ago, as the country’s digital economy continues to grow. The report shows that investors’ appetite for seed and early-stage funding has never been higher.
The Jakarta Post’s Eisya A. Eloksari interviewed Arya Setiadharma, an angel investor and the CEO of investment firm Prasetia Dwidharma, on Dec. 1 to get insights on how founders can find the best match for their capital needs. Below are excerpts from the interview, which has been edited for brevity.
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