Revealed, the latest 6 Indonesian startups to join Google Launchpad Accelerator

Anisa Menur
2016-05-12

Next year, the programme will be held at Google’s Launchpad Space in San Francisco

It’s that time of the year again. Google has announced the six Indonesian startups to join its Launchpad Accelerator programme at Launchpad Space, San Francisco.

The startups are:

Snapcart
A mobile cashback platform which had recently expanded its business to the Philippines. Snapcart received its pre-Series A funding in January.

Qlue
A SmartCity application that it a partner of Jakarta SmartCity initiative. It has also begun to expand across Indonesia with a recent Series A funding.

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iGrow
An agritech startup which aims to use underutilised land to produce vegetables to be distributed to the market. It has recently received seed funding led by East Ventures.

Jurnal
Accounting platform for SMEs which had recently secured its Series A funding from East Ventures, Fenox VC, and angel investor Budi Setiadharma.

Mapan (Ruma)
Grameen Foundation-incubated Mapan (Ruma) is a social enterprise that allows individuals to purchase products through traditional “arisan” groups.

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PicMix
Content discovery and social commerce platform which ad recently received a Series A from Gobi Ventures.

Apart from those startups, the programme will also be joined by developers from Brazil, India, Mexico, Argentina, Columbia, Thailand, Vietnam, and the Philippines.

The programme will commence on January 20. Participants will receive guidance from Google Engineers, Product Managers, and other experts from various VC and tech firms in Silicon Valley.

Startups participating in the programme will receive non-equity support, credits for Google products, PR assistance, and the opportunity to work with Google for six months in each startup’s home country.

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