Indonesia's venture capital market is expected to record a significant growth in investment value through 2022, as the country attempts to catch up with regional peers. The venture capital (VC) investment scene has changed significantly during the past decade, particularly with the emergence of new players such as private equity firms and pension funds.
Top 10 Venture Capital Firms in Indonesia
1. Alpha JWC Ventures
Alpha JWC Ventures is an Indonesia-focused value-adding venture capital firm with expertise in FinTech and the Consumer tech sector.Alpha JWC Ventures is an independent and institutional firm that believes in investing in a disciplined manner combined with an active portfolio management approach. The firm was founded in 2015 and is based in Jakarta Pusat, Jakarta Raya, Indonesia.
Top Industries active in: E-Commerce, Information Technology and FinTech.
Number of Investments: 97
Alpha JWC Ventures's most notable exits include Base.vn, Sorabel, and Spacemob.
2. MDI Ventures
MDI is a corporate venture capital initiative by Telkom Indonesia and is set as an independent entity with its own funding processes. MDI uniquely combines a VC model with Service in providing companies with access to operational help after making a financial investment. MDI works closely with global accelerators and venture firms to bring proprietary technology from other mature markets into various businesses of Telkom Indonesia.
Top Industries active in: Software, E-Commerce and FinTech.
Number of Investments: 83
MDI Ventures's most notable exits include Luwjistik, Whispir, and ObserveIT.
3. AC Ventures
AC Ventures is an early-stage technology venture fund that focuses on investing in Indonesia’s digital disruptors. Their mission is to partner and support their entrepreneurs with more than capital, combining their operating experience, industry knowledge, and deep local network to bring value. The company was founded in 2020 and is based in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Top Industries active in: Financial Services, FinTech and Software.
Number of Investments: 75
4. Prasetia Dwidharma
PT Prasetia Dwidharma was founded in 2008 as a telecommunication infrastructure contractor. The company has started to invest in technology startups since 2013.
Top Industries active in: Software, E-Commerce and Artificial Intelligence.
Number of Investments: 46
Prasetia Dwidharma's most notable exits include Mapan and Jurnal.id.
SMDV is a tech-focused Venture Capital that partners with entrepreneurs building exceptional technology companies that aim to change the landscape in Indonesia and the region by providing venture investments, strategic network, and mentorship.
Top Industries active in: E-Commerce, Information Technology and Food and Beverage.
Number of Investments: 40
SMDV's most notable exits include Mapan, Orami, and Sorabel.
6. Skystar Capital
Skystar Capital is an early-stage VC firm committed to supporting tech entrepreneurs create a lasting and profound positive difference in Southeast Asia and Indonesia. We have a strong track record of helping founders scale their business to the next level.We provide strategic value-add through our own expertise and our extensive network in many sectors of the economy including media, telecommunications, financial services, healthcare, consumer products and services, hospitality, education, and others.
Top Industries active in: E-Commerce, FinTech and Financial Services.
Number of Investments: 37
Skystar Capital's most notable exits include Talenta, Wallex, and Kudo.
Venturra Capital is an early-stage venture capital firm. Venturra's mission is to provide capital, operational empowerment, and market access to founders of innovative, industry-transforming, technology-enabled internet businesses.
Top Industries active in: E-Commerce, Financial Services and Software.
Number of Investments: 33
Venturra's most notable exits include Prenetics, Luno, and Fave.
8. Kejora Capital
We are the catalyst for Asia’s brightest founders to build successful, high-growth leading companies across the region. Founded in 2014, Kejora is the leading venture capital firm that operates in the largest tech ecosystem in Southeast Asia. Since operating, Kejora has invested in over 35 startups in Asia and created more than 91,000 jobsglobally. We are continuously focused on investing, building, and growing highly scalable businesses.
Top Industries active in: E-commerce, Financial Services and Internet.
Number of Investments: 24
Kejora Capital's most notable exits include Gushcloud International, Sorabel, and Jualo.
9. GDP Venture
GDP Venture is a venture builder focusing on commerce, consumer product, media & entertainment and solution companies Founded in 2010, GDP Venture is not only about venture capital. It is about growing sustainable and reputable companies in business of the future.
Top Industries active in: Mobile, E-Commerce and Internet
Number of Investments: 24
GDP Venture's most notable exits include Sea and Gushcloud International.
10. Indogen Capital
Indogen capital is a venture capital company originating from Indonesia. Southeast Asia's best founding partners (Indonesia & Sinpagpore) in providing capital for startup businesses. Furthermore, Indogen capital will help startups to find investors in developing their business. Managing capital from management activities, funding administration, distribution of funds, to supervision of venture capital. Indogen capital is one of Indonesia's venture capitals that also wants to help the economy through the development of startups in Indonesia. Indogen Capital has assisted many foreign startups in developing their business in Indonesia such as Carsome from Malaysia, Venteny from the Philippines and in the near future also startups from Hong Kong and Japan.
Top Industries active in: E-Commerce, Coworking and Supply Chain Management.
Number of Investments: 22