Build to Last
Pleased to share that we have closed Jungle Ventures III and raised $240 million, including $40 million in separately managed account commitments.
We are fortunate and proud to be one of the largest venture capital firms in Southeast Asia, with a track record in recognizing and helping founders build category-defining companies.Read more
What our founders are building
We are excited to partner with founders to build technology category leaders in Asia across financial services, retail, software, travel & hospitality, media and several other sectors.
Building Asia’s first global fast-fashion brand for the digitally-native millennial.
“We are constantly changing the way people shop and pay for their products online.”
Offering on-demand video content to the next billion users across Southeast Asia, Middle East and Africa.
The Jungle team leadership
We are obsessed about helping our founders actualise their potential.
With over 100 cumulative years of investing and operating experience in the region, our 15 professionals deliver diverse insights and networks in areas that matter most to founders. Our backgrounds include TPG Capital, Yahoo, Tata Group, PTC, Google amongst others.
Amit AnandCo-Founder & Managing Partner
Anurag SrivastavaCo-Founder & Managing Partner
David GowdeyManaging Partner
In the news
Indonesia’s Waresix bags $11m from EV Growth, Jungle VenturesTuesday 14 January 2020
Waresix, Indonesia’s trucking and warehousing platform, today announced that it has raised US$11 million in an extended series A round from EV Growth and Jungle Ventures. The extension comes less than six months after the company’s US$14.5 million series A round in July 2019, bringing its total capital raised to more than US$27.1 million in equity in the last 18 months.
PayU buys PaySense for an equity valuation of $185 millionSaturday 11 January 2020
In an all cash deal, PayU, one of the leading payment and fintech company in India has decided to acquire significant majority equity stake in PaySense, one of the fastest growing digital credit platform for an equity value of $185 million.
Sharia-compliant social commerce startup Evermos bags a little over $8.2mFriday 6 December 2019
Muslim-focused social commerce platform Evermos has closed its over US$8.2 million series A round led by Singapore-based VC firm Jungle Ventures. Shunwei Capital, as well as existing investor Alpha JWC, also participated in the oversubscribed round, according to a statement.
Fintech startup behind credit lending app Kredivo closes $90m Series C roundTuesday 3 December 2019
FinAccel Pte, which extends credit to online shoppers in Indonesia under the Kredivo brand, has raised $90 million of expansion capital in a fundraising round valuing the company at almost $500 million. South Korea’s Mirae Asset-Naver Asia Growth Fund and Australian venture capital firm Square Peg co-led the Series C financing, according to FinAccel Chief Executive Officer Akshay Garg. Other backers joining the round included Singtel Innov8, Telkomsel Indonesia, Cathay Innovation and Kejora Intervest.