70% of SMEs in Southeast Asia Started With Personal Savings: Funding Societies Reveal Key Trends

Around 70 per cent of SMEs (small and medium enterprises) in Southeast Asia started their business with seed money raised from their personal savings and from family and friends’ financial support – particularly in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore; according to a new report published by In Southeast Asia, Southeast Asia’s largest unified SME digital finance platform.

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