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Indonesian tech startups have raised nearly B in funding in 2017 YTD alone, on par with Singapore’s .1B raised this year.

Indonesia’s 2017 funding numbers are boosted in part by the above-mentioned mega-rounds, which were among the largest rounds ever to the region: the

Indonesian tech startups have raised nearly $3B in funding in 2017 YTD alone, on par with Singapore’s $3.1B raised this year.Indonesia’s 2017 funding numbers are boosted in part by the above-mentioned mega-rounds, which were among the largest rounds ever to the region: the $1.2B Series C to GO-JEK and the $1.1B Series F to Tokopedia.

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Indonesian tech startups have raised nearly $3B in funding in 2017 YTD alone, on par with Singapore’s $3.1B raised this year.

Indonesia’s 2017 funding numbers are boosted in part by the above-mentioned mega-rounds, which were among the largest rounds ever to the region: the $1.2B Series C to GO-JEK and the $1.1B Series F to Tokopedia.

Southeast Asia is now home to four unicorns: two Singaporean companies, ride-hailing app Grab and online gaming company Sea, and two Indonesian companies, travel bookings site Traveloka and ride-hailing app GO-JEK.

.2B Series C to GO-JEK and the

Indonesian tech startups have raised nearly $3B in funding in 2017 YTD alone, on par with Singapore’s $3.1B raised this year.Indonesia’s 2017 funding numbers are boosted in part by the above-mentioned mega-rounds, which were among the largest rounds ever to the region: the $1.2B Series C to GO-JEK and the $1.1B Series F to Tokopedia.

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Indonesian tech startups have raised nearly $3B in funding in 2017 YTD alone, on par with Singapore’s $3.1B raised this year.

Indonesia’s 2017 funding numbers are boosted in part by the above-mentioned mega-rounds, which were among the largest rounds ever to the region: the $1.2B Series C to GO-JEK and the $1.1B Series F to Tokopedia.

Southeast Asia is now home to four unicorns: two Singaporean companies, ride-hailing app Grab and online gaming company Sea, and two Indonesian companies, travel bookings site Traveloka and ride-hailing app GO-JEK.

.1B Series F to Tokopedia.

Southeast Asia is now home to four unicorns: two Singaporean companies, ride-hailing app Grab and online gaming company Sea, and two Indonesian companies, travel bookings site Traveloka and ride-hailing app GO-JEK.

In 2017, the Philippines — despite an unpopular president and political unrest — was highlighted by Forbes as the 10th fastest-growing economy in the word.Using CB Insights data, we outlined the deals, VCs, investors, and tech trends defining the region.In today's digital economy, everything and everyone is becoming more connected.Customers, partners and employees increasingly need to collaborate across geographies to drive productivity and innovation.This year is no different: as of 2017 YTD (9/13/2017), tech companies in the region have pulled in .5B in disclosed equity funding.

That’s already more than twice as much as the .1B brought in in 2016, and more than 3X the

That’s already more than twice as much as the $3.1B brought in in 2016, and more than 3X the $1.7B raised in 2015.For overall deal activity, Vietnam did not rank in the top five.Despite raising just $18M in funding since 2012, however, the Philippines saw significant deal activity, closing 100 deals over the years.This was just 14 fewer than Thailand, which has closed 114 deals totaling $92M.The Philippines has seen increased activity in recent years, with major deals in 2017 including a $9.7M round to online pawn shop Pawn Hero and a $5M tranche of Series A financing from South Africa’s Naspers to bitcoin e-wallet Social media: With a massive boom in smartphone usage, social media in Southeast Asia is a major trend, with Indonesia leading the way.Thailand, in fifth place, has raised a large chunk of its total funding in 2017: $78M of its total $92M raised (or 85% of total funding) has been raised this year to date.

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That’s already more than twice as much as the $3.1B brought in in 2016, and more than 3X the $1.7B raised in 2015.

For overall deal activity, Vietnam did not rank in the top five.

Despite raising just $18M in funding since 2012, however, the Philippines saw significant deal activity, closing 100 deals over the years.

This was just 14 fewer than Thailand, which has closed 114 deals totaling $92M.

The Philippines has seen increased activity in recent years, with major deals in 2017 including a $9.7M round to online pawn shop Pawn Hero and a $5M tranche of Series A financing from South Africa’s Naspers to bitcoin e-wallet Social media: With a massive boom in smartphone usage, social media in Southeast Asia is a major trend, with Indonesia leading the way.

Thailand, in fifth place, has raised a large chunk of its total funding in 2017: $78M of its total $92M raised (or 85% of total funding) has been raised this year to date.

.7B raised in 2015.For overall deal activity, Vietnam did not rank in the top five.Despite raising just M in funding since 2012, however, the Philippines saw significant deal activity, closing 100 deals over the years.This was just 14 fewer than Thailand, which has closed 114 deals totaling M.The Philippines has seen increased activity in recent years, with major deals in 2017 including a .7M round to online pawn shop Pawn Hero and a M tranche of Series A financing from South Africa’s Naspers to bitcoin e-wallet Social media: With a massive boom in smartphone usage, social media in Southeast Asia is a major trend, with Indonesia leading the way.Thailand, in fifth place, has raised a large chunk of its total funding in 2017: M of its total M raised (or 85% of total funding) has been raised this year to date.