Kiddo.id, an ed-tech platform for children, has secured undisclosed funding from OCBC NISP Ventura, while the Indonesian digital debt management platform Credibook has snagged seed funding led by Insignia Venture Partners and Payfazz.
Edutech firm Kiddo.id snags funding from OCBC NISP Ventura
Kiddo.id, an edtech platform for children, has secured undisclosed funding from OCBC NISP Ventura, the VC arm of Indonesian lender OCBC NISP, the company announced on Thursday.
Kiddo.id, which caters to the learning needs of kids below 12, offers workshops, courses and other activities in partnership with content providers across Indonesia.
Kiddo.id was selected by the Ministry of Research and Technology/BRIN to receive grant and business training in the city of Armenia and London.
Credibook secures funding led by Insignia, Payfazz
Indonesia-based digital debt management platform Credibook has snagged seed funding led by Insignia Venture Partners and Payfazz, TechinAsia reported.
The proceeds will be used for user acquisition and product development.
The firm, launched in February this year, targets SMEs in Indonesia. The platform allows merchants to record their debt and reminds them to pay before the due date.
Credibook, which boasts of 200,000 users, has recently launched payment features to enable merchants to repay their debt through the platform.