Indonesia’s iGrow gets seed funding from East Ventures, 500 Startups

photo by iGrow

Indonesian organic farm-builder startup iGrow announced today that it has received an undisclosed amount of seed funding from East Ventures and 500 startups. Prior to this round, iGrow had already received $125,000 in investment from 500 startups.

The company plans to use the fresh cash to expand overseas, specifically to Turkey and Japan.

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