“Are you an early adopter who’s always searching for the newest innovations even before they are online? Do you have an entrepreneurial mindset and want to learn more about venture capital investment? Or perhaps you find yourself constantly talking about startups, innovation and the future of tech?

Well, great news! Because KK Fund is looking for individuals just like you!

KK Fund is looking for a full-time intern who would like to experience working at an early stage venture capital firm,alongside one of the most active and dynamic investors in the region.

If learning with an unwavering smile is what you stand for, then you’ll fit right in with their dynamic team of like-minded individuals!

Don’t miss this amazing opportunity, find out what it’s like to be a part of venture capital firm today!

Your Tasks

As an intern at KK Fund, your main responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Researching and analyzing various sectors, geographies, and investment opportunities
Supporting portfolio companies and conducting hands-on problem solving
Supporting KK Fund team through deal sourcing and execution
Assisting with internal processes

Knowledge, curiosity, and enthusiasm for the startup and technology sector
Excellent communication and analytical skills
Self-starter and independent worker
Meticulous, with strong attention to details
Good cheers and Grit

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About KK Fund Pte Ltd

"KK Fund Pte Ltd is a venture capital fund investing in seed stage internet and mobile startups across South East Asia, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. KK Fund focuses on top-notch management teams with scalable business models like online marketplaces and financial tech companies.

Founder and General Partner of KK Fund, Koichi Saito, was formerly responsible for the firm’s Southeast Asia portfolios including Malaysia-based iMoney, Indonesia’s consumer-to-consumer marketplace Bukalapak, and Zipmatch in the Philippines. Saito has also worked with hedge fund billionaire George Soros."