Top Indonesian entrepreneurs set up early-stage VC firm Kolibra Capital

Top Indonesian entrepreneurs set up early-stage VC firm Kolibra Capital

Jakarta, Indonesia. Photo: Arga Aditya/unsplash

The steady stream of new venture capital players in Indonesia shows no sign of ebbing. The latest to join the fray is the brainchild of three serial investors, namely Teezar Firmansyah, Tokopedia co-founder and director Leontinus Alpha Edison and Ciputra conglomerate heir Nararya Ciputra Sastrawinata.

Kolibra Capital, as the firm is called, has launched its inaugural VC fund that will invest in post-seed stage startups by leveraging the expertise and networks of its founding partners.

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