The most active corporate investor in the country was India's Times Group, followed by Qualcomm Ventures.
We rounded up 140+ companies, investors, and exits that have come to define Indonesia's tech ecosystem.
The $68B gorilla continues to expand globally in places like India and Brazil and is still chasing autonomous driving. However, it will have to stem its losses ahead of an eventual IPO, which may lead to rollbacks in contested regions like Southeast Asia.
As India turns to renewable energy to help support its population of over 1.3 billion, several startups in the sector have seen mega-deals worth $100M+.
Some of the wealthiest and most powerful individuals in Southeast Asia — including Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, and the Philippines — are making big bets on the region's tech startups.
New York-based private equity firm Warburg Pincus has been active in Asia, with more than 20 investments there since 2012, and now seems to be setting its sights on Southeast Asia.
US-based investors have been 4X more active in India's tech ecosystem than Singaporean investors since 2012.