Indonesia’s Intudo Ventures says it will deploy capital with a “laser focus” in 2022

(left to right) Eddy Chan and Patrick Yip, Founding Partners of Intudo Ventures (source : Intudo.doc)

Indonesian venture capital firm Intudo Ventures, which closed its third fund at $115 million in September last year, says it has enough dry power for the foreseeable future and plans to deploy its capital selectively, “with a laser focus,” in 2022.

Eddy Chan, founding partner at Intudo Ventures, said the VC will not raise a new fund this year as it has enough dry powder.

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