Sequoia India & SEA said to eye $200m fund for accelerator programme

Tokopedia founder and CEO William Tanuwijaya is one of the mentors Sequoia has enlisted for Surge. Photo: Surge's Twitter account

Silicon Valley venture capital firm Sequoia is reportedly in talks with limited partners (LPs) to raise $150-200 million for Surge, an accelerator and incubator programme for startups in India and Southeast Asia it launched in January 2019.

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