Impressive growth in recent years is propelling Indonesia to the 7th largest economy in the world by 2030. The country’s rich tradition of religious giving and young and entrepreneurial demographic provide a strong foundation for social investment.

Dini Indrawati Septiani
AVPN Representative

Dini Indrawati Septiani

Indonesia Representative
Landscape Report

Social Investment Landscape in Indonesia

Indonesia is seen as the most attractive social investment market in Southeast Asia with an estimated deal flow of USD300 million. Strong presence of enablers is giving the country’s social economy significant momentum. Download the report to access Indonesia’s social investment landscape.

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