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Meng’s Map of the Money
Source: Wong Meng WengAvailable at mengwong.com/sg/capital/mapofthemoney.pdf Placement on map is approximate.Not all funding sources are listed;not all listed sources are active.Industry-specic grants may be available.Investor appetites vary constantly.Comments and corrections welcome firstname.lastname@example.org 20130705
IDM Ventures (idmvc.com)SingTel Innov8
are one of the most active seed and early stage investors in Singapore, but you have to show a strategic benet for the SingTel Group.
3V SourceOne Capital (3VS1)iGlobe Group
have been around for a while and are respected investors.
have a number of funds at various sizes. Also look into the GIP funds – http://www.contactsingapore.sg/gip/
Digital Media Partners (digitalmedia.vc)
speak uent Russian.
are the VC arm of Temasek, and appear to be more engaged with the early stage community than most funds of this size.
Vickers Venture PartnersGobi PartnersOWW Capital Partners
If you’re playing at this level, you probably don’t need this map.
Mercatus CapitalSequoia IndiaSBI Venture Capital
A number of Japanese investors – both funds and corporates – are expanding to Southeast Asia:
Global Brain (KDDI), Fenox (IMJ), Rakuten, Gree, etc…8capita
are a bunch of well respected ex-entrepreneur angels very connected with the startup scene.
are relatively new to the scene but bring considerable cash and connections in the Valley and globally.
JAIC Asia CapitalJAFCO Asia
Corporate venture funds include
Intel Capital, SPH, MediaCorp, and Daily Mail Group (DMGT).EDB Investments
would need a strategic reason to invest.
SPRING Bridging Loan Programme matches bank loans 8:2.Infocomm Investments Pte. Ltd.
are a wholly owned subsidiary of IDA.gov.sg.
Raes Venture PartnersAmbient Sound Investments
is Toivo Annus’s investment vehicle.
are respected investors.
NRF Early Stage
coinvested 50:50 in VC funds