MAVA - Map of Active VCs in Southeast Asia
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To use filter: 'File' > 'Make a Copy'
www.mava.asia
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Welcome to MAVAv2.5
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the Map of Active VCs in Southeast Asia
Mar, 30th, 2016
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Read about MAVA and its updates
www.mava.asia
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How to use MAVA?
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Get your copy of MAVA
Note: Edits made on copies are not accessible to others.
If you wish to contribute, check www.mava.asia
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- Make sure you're signed-in in a google account
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- Make a copy of the spreadsheetFile > Make a copy...
!! If you can not make a copy, it's because you are not signed-in a Google account
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Search for VCs with capital and investment abilities
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- Go to the tab 'Find your VC'
tabs are visible at the bottom of the spreadsheet
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- Edit the green cells to filter the VCs for the investment amount you are looking for
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Browse all VCs active in the Southeast Asia Region
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- go to the tab 'Map of VCs'
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Why are we doing MAVA?
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For entrepreneurs to find VCs able to invest the amounts they are looking for
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For entrepreneurs to confirm that VCs they are talking to are actually able to invest (cash available, or soon to be)
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For entrepreneurs to know how VCs behave: value add (operational, strategic), board seats...
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For VCs to be visible to entrepreneurs looking for them
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For other reasons we don't know yet
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It's a work in progress
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The coverage so far is mostly Singapore and around. The map will improve exhaustivity in other Asia Pacific countries (Japan, India, Australia, China...) soon.
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Email to ask for updatesmava@wearecxo.com
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The probability that some data is inaccurate is 100%. Please help correct these mistakes. Please contribute to make the map better:
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Contribute tomava@wearecxo.com
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Or tweettwitter.com/floriancornu
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Or fill the formwww.mava.asia
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Definitions
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The file tries to use US$ as common currency. Units are usually mentioned in column headers or when needed.
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While there is no legal definition for fund raising sizes, it usually follows a pattern such as Seed, Series A, Series B...
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SeedProbably less than $1m
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Series AProbably around $1-5m
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Series BProbably around $4-20m
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Thanks to those whom inspired MAVA
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Meng Wong Weng @ JFDI.asiatwitter.com/mengwong
mengwong.com/sg/capital/mapofthemoney.pdf
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Jon Russell @ TechCrunchtwitter.com/jonrussell
thenextweb.com/asia/2014/07/11/startup-funding-in-southeast-asia/
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Justin Hall @ Golden Gate Ventures
twitter.com/JVinnyHall
jayvee.co/2014/07/21/the-rise-of-holy-shit-money-in-southeast-asia/
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Terence Lee @ Tech In Asiatwitter.com/terenceleejx
techinasia.com/directory-of-early-stage-venture-capital-seed-funds-and-angel-investors-for-startups-in-singapore/
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Arnaud Bonzom @ 500 Startupstwitter.com/ArnaudBonzom
** 2015 update:
http://www.slideshare.net/arnaudbonzom/singapore-startup-ecosystem-and-entrepreneur-toolbox-51515671
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