3 Indonesian startups that were part of Y Combinator

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Y Combinator is an American seed money startup accelerator that was launched in March 2005. It has helped to launch more than 2,000 companies such as Airbnb, DoorDash, Twitch, and Reddit.

Y Combinator recently announced their latest cohort of 54 Asian startups for their YS21 programme. 3 out of these 54 startups are from Indonesia with different focuses across Fintech, Marketplace, Health Tech.

Congratulations to Sirka, Titipku & Verihubs and for making Indonesia proud!

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