Indonesian angel investment network Angin said it has distributed some undisclosed amount of funding to three new startups. At the same time, the network announced new investors and advisors to their organisation.
Landmapp received a pre-seed round of funding from Angin and other angel investors from across Europe and Asia.
Based in Amsterdam, Landmapp helps provide smallholders farmers with documentation of their land. Often, these farmers hold little to no rights to their own land, let alone access to technical and financial services to improve their livelihoods.
Landmapp unlocks the value of land by creative reliable data products for the farmers, buyer, and service provider. They educate farmers on the importance of land tenure,verify their identity, validate the land claim with neighbours, submit the claim to the authorities, and place the final product in their hands.
Qontak is a Jakarta-based business directory platform that collects business details for marketing executives. It is aimed at helping individuals or companies with their sales, marketing and research.
The company received an undisclosed amount of seed funding led by Indonusa Dwitama along with other angel investors from Angin. The funds will be used to grow user base, expand technology, and build a database.
Summit Healthcare provides training and education to local healthcare professionals, particularly nurses. Also an authorised international training centre for the American Heart Association, it feeds the latest best practices and up-to-date care techniques to users.
New website, angels
Along with the new companies, Angin welcomed five new angel investors and advisors. It also introduced a new website and logo.
The angel investors are Veronica Colondam (Founder YCAB Foundation), Victor Fungkong (Chairman of Indonusa Group’s operation and first investor in Tokopedia, previously the managing partner of leading law firm Makarim & Taira S.), Metta Murdaya (Co-founder of skincare company JUARA Skincare), Edy S. Tan (Chairman of the Twin Focus Tech Initiative in Southeast Asia, who recently co-founded and co-chaired Medan Tech Valley), and Julio Arias (a diplomat in Jakarta).
Angin now consists of a group of 34 investors and 11 portfolio companies in total.