By Ardi Wirdana
Singapore-headquartered Qareer Group Asia is the company behind two more widely known job listing portals Qerja and Jobs.id.
Venturra Capital announced the launch of its $15-million new fund in September.
The move will give the airlines a majority share of the fast-growing domestic aviation market.
Indonesia’s largest community online portal Kaskus has backed digital law startup KontrakHukum.com while Vietnamese gourmet media firm Foody has reportedly stopped its operations in Indonesia as of October 2018.
eFishery is an internet of things (IoT) startup for fish and shrimp farming that provides a smart feeding solution to help farmers make informed decisions about their aquaculture ponds.
LafargeHolcim signed an agreement with state-owned Semen Indonesia to divest its 80.6 percent in Holcim Indonesia for an enterprise value of $1.75 billion on a 100 percent basis.
The round was joined by Global Brain, Fenox Venture Capital, and other affiliates.
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After securing its pre-series A round led by BEENEXT, Singapore-based fintech startup Wallex Technologies has announced its entry into Indonesia.
The exchange’s “accelerated board” for startups will exempt them from having independent directors or commissioners, or from having their financial statements audited.