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raising a series A round in southeast asia

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Lee recently wrote an article for Asia tech site e27 on raising a series A round in Southeast Asia. Read the article here to get a snapshot of:

  • approach to the term sheet
  • preparing for due diligence
  • key issues to focus on
  • understanding founder risk
  • tips to execute the deal quickly

During his time in Singapore before joining Kindrik Partners earlier this year, Lee helped companies from within and outside of Southeast Asia raise capital from local and international investors. Lee continues to work for his Southeast Asian clients, for example recently advising Kfit, APAC’s equivalent to ClassPass, on their funding round led by Sequoia. Kindrik Partners is excited about helping NZ tech companies grow internationally. If you are interested in exploring Southeast Asia as a market, send Lee an email.

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