Coverage on Panel Discussion with ANGIN at Rework's "Closing with Investors"

Earlier this week, ANGIN had participated in Rework's "Closing with Investors" panel discussion and we had been covered by Jakarta Globe

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Earlier this week, ANGIN had participated in Rework’s “Closing with Investors” panel discussion, where they had Xendit’s Moses Lo and MDI’s William Gozali. Together with our Head of ANGIN, David Soukhasing, the panelists gave not only the hard facts about fund raising, but also soft skills needed to build and nurture the relationship with investors to the audience.
We have been covered by Jakarta Globe as they wrote about the discussion on the next big companies that may rise in Indonesia. The panel mentioned that Indonesia’s biggest problems, which are infrastructure-logistics-fintech, creates opportunities as startups may hit the bullseye in solving the country’s problems. It also identified four key factors investors consider before selecting startups: personality of founders, a strong pitch, market potential and company financial. David also mentioned that language barriers or weak presentation skills could discount this factor, but a strong market potential could  bridge the gap.
Check out the original article by Jakarta Globe here.

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