Impact SEA

The role of Impact Angel Investing in Indonesia - David Soukhasing, ANGIN.id

November 30, 2020 TRIVE Venture Capital Season 1 Episode 15
Impact SEA
The role of Impact Angel Investing in Indonesia - David Soukhasing, ANGIN.id
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Impact SEA
The role of Impact Angel Investing in Indonesia - David Soukhasing, ANGIN.id
Nov 30, 2020 Season 1 Episode 15
TRIVE Venture Capital

Angel investors act as catalysts for many early-stage enterprises, bringing these startups through key checkpoints of their entrepreneurial journey.


A report by ANGIN finds that angel investment networks in SEA are at a pivotal stage of their life cycle. Indonesia is no exception, in fact according to a report by ANGIN, 76% of the start-ups and social enterprises funded by VCs and impact investors in Indonesia received angel investment in their first round of funding.


This market for impact investing for angel investors is only set to grow. A report done by the Mekar group estimates that over the next five years Indonesia has USD 23 billion in investment opportunities to offer impact investors. 


How does Indonesia, as a growing startup ecosystem, help more angel investors invest in startups? What are some of the obstacles that angel investment networks face? How do we harness the power of these angel investors to drive Impact in SEA?


To answer these questions, I speak to David Soukhasing, MD of ANGIN, for his experiences and insights on the Angel Investing scene in Indonesia. 




Show Notes

Angel investors act as catalysts for many early-stage enterprises, bringing these startups through key checkpoints of their entrepreneurial journey.


A report by ANGIN finds that angel investment networks in SEA are at a pivotal stage of their life cycle. Indonesia is no exception, in fact according to a report by ANGIN, 76% of the start-ups and social enterprises funded by VCs and impact investors in Indonesia received angel investment in their first round of funding.


This market for impact investing for angel investors is only set to grow. A report done by the Mekar group estimates that over the next five years Indonesia has USD 23 billion in investment opportunities to offer impact investors. 


How does Indonesia, as a growing startup ecosystem, help more angel investors invest in startups? What are some of the obstacles that angel investment networks face? How do we harness the power of these angel investors to drive Impact in SEA?


To answer these questions, I speak to David Soukhasing, MD of ANGIN, for his experiences and insights on the Angel Investing scene in Indonesia.