The scions are investing in tech firms in a variety of ways, including money, resources, know-how, and access. Photo: Shutterstock The scions are investing in tech firms in a variety of ways, including money, resources, know-how, and access. Photo: Shutterstock
The scions are investing in tech firms in a variety of ways, including money, resources, know-how, and access. Photo: Shutterstock
Indonesia

From the Widjaja to Hartono dynasties, wealthy scions are giving Indonesia a tech boost

  • The descendants of families that run conglomerates are dabbling in the country’s vibrant tech sector by investing in home-grown firms and start-ups
  • Industry stakeholders say family-owned corporate venture capital firms have played an important role in growing Indonesia’s US$44 billion digital economy

Topic |   Indonesia
The scions are investing in tech firms in a variety of ways, including money, resources, know-how, and access. Photo: Shutterstock The scions are investing in tech firms in a variety of ways, including money, resources, know-how, and access. Photo: Shutterstock
The scions are investing in tech firms in a variety of ways, including money, resources, know-how, and access. Photo: Shutterstock
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