startups

It’s important to have good foundations. We can help put in place governance documents such as a constitution, shareholders’ agreement, founder documentation, and employee share option plans.

capital raising

We help with seed and angel rounds, VC financings, and pre IPO rounds. We review and negotiate term sheets, convertible notes, subscription agreements, and other standard investment documents.

m&a

Most tech companies in Southeast Asia are likely to exit via M&A (rather than IPO). As M&A experts in the tech space, we work with our clients throughout their life cycles to maximise value on exit.

contracts

Companies often need basic agreements to deal with the day-to-day running of their business. We can help draft these contracts like website terms and conditions, and GDPR-compliant privacy policies.​​

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grain

Singapore based and venture backed food technology startup Grain worked with Kindrik Partners on their first capital raise and subsequent bridging rounds.
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fave

Mobile payment and deals platform Fave is a Singapore superstar in the tech ecosystem. Read on to learn how Kindrik Partners have helped with their M&A and VC financing rounds.
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c88

Fintech startup C88 (formerly Compare88) secured the backing of high-profile VC invesors including Telstra Ventures. Read more about their relationship with Kindrik Partners.
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Our Southeast Asia team has advised Shoplinks, an Indonesian FMCG precision marketing platform, on its recent US$900,000 seed round. The round was led by Cocoon Capital and the Indonesian Women Empowerment Fund. Shoplinks offers FMCG brands a marketing platform that distributes personalised coupons to shoppers through both online and offline…

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Our Southeast Asia team has advised Ackcio, a Singapore-based startup that builds wireless monitoring solutions for industrial monitoring, on its recent $4m series A round. The round was led by Atlas Ventures. Existing investors Wavemaker Partners, Aletra Capital Partners, and AccelerAsia Ventures, and new investors Enterprise Singapore and Seasight Holdings…