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An analysis of recent changes in the market reveals four factors that could catalyze consolidation in Southeast Asia in the near future.
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We spoke to two founders and two investors to nail down the top tips for New Zealand founders looking to put their mark on the markets.
New Zealand has historically been capital-starved, but recent investments have increased access to early-stage VC funding. Now, certain industries are emerging as areas where New Zealand can win.
“Early-stage investment as an asset class is maturing in New Zealand,” said Suse Reynolds, chair of New Zealand’s Angel Association
For a country with limited resources that relies on trade, developing thriving tech exports may not just be a good idea — it may be a necessity to survive.
Despite its small size (less than 5 million total population), Singapore is quickly reaching investment levels of countries many times its size.
Despite the impressive growth and stellar companies grabbing headlines and tons of capital, Southeast Asia is only just entering the next phase of development.
Southeast Asian tech companies are drawing the attention of investors around the world. In 2020, startups in the region raised over $8.2 billion, about four times more than they did in 2015.
Singapore is home to fewer than six million people, making it one of the smallest ASEAN countries, in terms of population. It is a young country as well — having gained independence in 1963.