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28 February - 2 March 2023
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OpenSpace

Profile

Openspace Ventures is the leading Southeast Asia focused venture capital fund. Founded in 2014, Openspace Ventures manages 5 funds with total committed capital of over US$650 million from institutional investors around the world. Openspace Ventures operates across 5 regional offices in Southeast Asia: Singapore (Headquarters), Jakarta (Indonesia), Bangkok (Thailand), Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) and Manila (Philippines). With a singular focus on Southeast Asia, Openspace invests in early- to mid-stage technology companies across the region. 

The Southeast Asia opportunity set is a large and growing one. With a population of 650 million and over 110 million people emerging into the middle class, the Southeast Asia market has already begun to witness early signs of a market that is on the cusp of producing some of the most exciting and outsized returns and innovations to come for the next decade. Recently, homegrown superapp, GoTo, successfully completed a US$28 billion local IPO listing, Vietnam and Philippines together innovated the crypto play-to-earn business model with the launch of Axie Inifinity and the city-state of Singapore is firmly establishing itself as the new financial center of Asia. 

As one of the most established and institutionalized Southeast Asia focused venture capital funds, Openspace Ventures is well-positioned to capitalize on the continued growth and expansion of the Southeast Asia technology industry. Openspace Funds are ranked top quartile according to Cambridge Associates global benchmarks and have invested in 43 companies across the region including GoTo (formerly Gojek), Halodoc, Biofourmis, FinAccel, TradeGecko, Kumu, Whispir and Pluang. Openspace also recently launched a Web3 fund with 70% target commitment achieved to date.