ANGIN

About ANGIN
  • Based In: Indonesia
  • Markets Active: Indonesia
  • Sector: Affordable Housing, Ageing, Agriculture, Arts and Culture, Climate Action and Environment, Conservation, Education, Employability, Energy, Health, Livelihood and Poverty Alleviation, Water and Sanitation and Hygiene
  • Beneficiaries: Children and youths, Elderly, Environment, Ethnic minorities, Immigrants and asylum seekers and refugees, Offenders and re-offenders, People in poverty, People with disabilities, People with medical needs, People without employment, Women and girls
  • Financing Provided: Convertible Debt, Debt, Equity
  • Support Provided: Access to Networks, Coaching and Mentoring of Management, Fundraising and/or Revenue Strategy, Impact Measurement, Legal Support, Operational Management

ANGIN (Angel Investment Network Indonesia) has grown into the largest network of high-net-worth individuals in Indonesia who pool resources together to engage in early stage investment and mentoring. Our Angel Investors are experienced and prominent business leaders who have built their wealth in various industries (e.g. media, real-estate, FMCG, natural resources) and are committed to provide early stage capital to entrepreneurs operating in various industries (technology/Internet, consumer products/services, social enterprises etc.). Our Angel Investors play a crucial role in nurturing Indonesian entrepreneurs with strategic guidance, deep industry expertise and access to networks. They have the patience to allow time for new industry leader and company maturation. ANGIN angel investors are supported by a dedicated full-time operating team and a strong network of partners (advisors, co-investors, mentors) that grows the exchange of expertise and facilitate the investment process.

ANGIN team is glad to share some of the latest insights on the growing investing in impact landscape in Indonesia from multiple angles: the supply (investors), demand (entrepreneurs), and other ecosystem stakeholders. Not only looking at impact investors, this report also unveils how mainstream investors contribute to the impact landscape in the country.

Some key findings looking at 66 impact funds investing in (or prospecting) Indonesia:

  • 93% are foreign funds
  • 41% have only made one investment in Indonesia
  • 25% have no investment (still prospecting and sometimes also not being able to invest due to limited value-add vs. competitor and/or experience)
  • 34% have made more than one investment

Among these impact investors, some of the most active impact investors are Garden Impact, Patamar Capital, and C4D Partners!

ANGIN’s research and investment team analyzed hundreds of transactions, deep dived into investor case studies to extract some of the key trends shaping the market. There is also some observations on the team profile of impact investors, localization effort, and how other mainstream investors contributing to the impact landscape.

We are sure this report will support any organizations and individuals to drive better decisions in supporting the Indonesian SDGs.

Do not hesitate to contact us for more information.

Enjoy the reading here.


ANGIN team members on AVPN Connector

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