This is the profile of Ula, the Indonesian startup that got Jeff Bezos into his pocket

The Indonesian startup Ula has managed to win the heart of one of the richest people in the world, Jeff Bezos, for investments. Photo: Screenshot of the Ula page

jpnn.com, JAKARTA – The Indonesian startup Ula has succeeded in attracting one of the richest people in the world, Jeff Bezos, to invest.

This is known from the Tech Crush report, which published that Amazon founder Jeff Bezos was involved in funding the Ula round of funding.

Ula has received Series B funding from Prosus Ventures, Tencent and B Capital of USD 87 million or (1.2 trillion rupees).

Then who is Ula?

Ula is a startup E-commerce Indonesia Ula, which launched in 2020.

Quoted on the official Landing.ula.app page, Ula stated that he was using technology to help MSMEs better manage working capital and inventory.

“So that MSME players can increase their profits and develop their businesses,” wrote Ula.

Ula is based in Jakarta and operates a B-to-BE commerce platform.

The startup was led by Nipun Mehra, a former Flipkart manager in India and a former partner at Sequoia Capital India, Alan Wong who worked with Amazon, Derry Sakti, a former operations manager at consumer goods giant P&G in Indonesia, and Riky. founded Tenggara previously worked with Lazada and aCommerce.

The startup Ula Indonesia has managed to win the heart of one of the richest people in the world, Jeff Bezos, for investment.