GajiGesa Indonesia, which helps consumers improve their financial wellness, has netted $2.5m in seed funding.
The round was backed by defy.vc, Quest Ventures, Next Billion Ventures, GK-Plug and Play Indonesia, Alto Partners, Kanmo Group and a number of unnamed angel investors.
Based in Jakarta, the company enables employers in Indonesia to offer financial wellness services to their staff. Founded in 2020, GajiGesa offers a selection of tools, including early access to earned wage, financial education and other financial management tools.
There have been a number of FinTech companies in Indonesia to close funding rounds this year. Cloud accounting platform BukuKas recently scored $10m in its Series A round to help increase its user acquisition. The platform provides micro and small-businesses with a cloud accounting solution
Other Indonesian FinTech companies to raise capital this month include robo-advisor Bibit and investment platform Ajaib Group.
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