Programme to support development of 150 early-stage startups by 2024
To accept 18 early-stage startups to programme, bringing total to 115 Startup Studio Indonesia (SSI), a startup accelerator programme backed by the Indonesian government, recently announced that its alumni have collectively secured funding worth US$65.8 million (RM305 million).
To continue the success of these startup developments, this programme by the Ministry of Communication and Informatics of Indonesia (Kominfo) has opened the registration for its seventh batch in May 2023 and welcomes promising founders.
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