TechInAsia.com — Klinik Pintar, an Indonesia-based healthtech startup, raised over US$4.1 million in a series A round led by Golden Gate Ventures and PT Bundamedik, with participation from Skystar Ventures and Sequis Life. Founded by serial entrepreneur Harya Bimo in 2018, Klinik Pintar helps its users book teleconsultations, virtual health services, as well as in-clinic sessions. The companyContinue reading “Tech In Asia : Golden Gate Ventures co-leads $4m round of Indonesian healthtech firm”
DealStreetAsia.com — Even as a slew of healthtech startups in Vietnam has amassed capital from investors to expand their operations, it will take a while for them to carve out the right recipe for success as consumers are still biased towards traditional healthcare. “Healthtech in Vietnam continues to be a work-in-progress. To fully realize itsContinue reading “Deal Street Asia : Hybrid Model Seen as Way Ahead for Vietnam’s Digital Health Firms Despite Pandemic Boom”
BusinessTimes.com.sg — RUANGGURU co-founder Iman Usman is a firm believer that access to education is a ticket to improving one’s quality of life. Hailing from Padang, a small city in West Sumatra far from Indonesia’s capital, Usman is the youngest of six children and the first in his family to graduate from college. “There is aContinue reading “Business Times : Offering access to education and a ticket to a better life”
BeritaSatu.com — PT Bundamedik Tbk (BMHS) together with Klinik Pintar signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) of a partnership in an effort to develop the quality of health services at Klinik Pintar partners. This collaboration is in realizing various clinical development programs with clinical partners through the provision of laboratory services, hospital referrals, the formation ofContinue reading “BeritaSatu : Bundamedik Collaborates with Klinik Pintar to Develop Quality Health Services”
John Riady, our Managing Partner joined Wilson Cuaca, Managing Partner at East Ventures, Jeffrey Seah, Partner for the Asia Fund at venture firm Quest Ventures, and Jonathan Sudharta, CE and Co-founder of Halodoc in a discussion about investing in Indonesia’s digital economy.
Our own Raditya Pramana shares his thoughts on the new wave of Tech IPOs, ignited by Bukalapak’s IPO and soon to follow, GoTo and Traveloka. Will the IPOs affect Indonesia’s tech ecosystem? What happens after the IPO?
Prixa is a platform that offers AI health assistant, telemedicine consultations, pharmacy deliveries, and on-demand lab diagnostics. Prixa partners up with insurance providers and corporations to make a more cost efficient healthcare.
DailySocial.id — After officially announcing their involvement in funding Mio, a social commerce startup from Vietnam, this year Venturra Discovery plans to increase the quota for Vietnamese and Indonesian startups to 10 investments. To DailySocial, Venturra Discovery Partner Raditya Pramana revealed that even though he has a team and is located in Indonesia, so farContinue reading “Daily Social : Venturra Discovery Plans 10 Investments in Vietnam and Indonesia in 2021”
CompassList.com — On March 30, the Indonesian government issued a joint ministerial decree ordering schools that have vaccinated all teachers and staff to reopen immediately. Some schools are already conducting trial runs for face-to-face teaching. Education minister Nadiem Makarim said the government aims for all schools to partially resume face-to-face learning activities by July this year in time forContinue reading “CompassList : Indonesian Edtechs Attract Funding Even as Students Head Back to School”
CompassList.com — In 2016, Nadiem Makarim, co-founder and then CEO of Gojek, Indonesia’s first and biggest unicorn, flagged the shortage of local skilled tech workers that could help companies like his scale up their tech infrastructure. “If you want to scale [in Indonesia], you need an army of programmers to come in and coach our engineersContinue reading “CompassList : Can Indonesia Plug Its Tech Talent Gap to Keep Its Digital Economy Growing?”