EGYPTBznsBuilder, the leading Egyptian 360 Business Relation Management platform (BRM) extends its footprint into the Asian market by launching the platform in Indonesia in partnership with Indonesia Prima.

BznsBuilder is a flagship platform that prides itself on being the startups’ virtual co-founder providing businesses with step-by-step guides on building impeccable business plans.

The platform automates the financial reports and charts without the need for a solid financial background. Founders can also develop their pitch decks and one-page plans, export and share them with investors.

Indonesia Prima is an innovation player supporting Indonesian and Asian startups to grow and scale their businesses.

“Entrepreneurs should create a better future with better mindsets as well as skill sets.”

Diah Yusuf – Founder, Indonesia Prima


“BznsBuilder is on a mission to empower entrepreneurs, students, and organisations globally with reliable, efficient and cost-effective 360 business relationship management solutions to grow their business,” Riham Abu Elinin, founder of BznsBuilder said.

BznsBuilder expansion in Indonesia is the first in a series of planned expansions into Asia, the home for 200 global unicorns, bringing BznsBuilder’s 360 experience to support local entrepreneurs in building their businesses.

“Entrepreneurs should create a better future with better mindsets as well as skill sets. BznsBuilder will help them with practical thinking to have better understanding of their business to grow, to achieve their maximum success,” Diah Yusuf founder of Indonesia Prima said.

“I am delighted to have this opportunity of working in partnership with BznsBuilder to expand in Asia, because we all are part of the global entrepreneurship ecosystem and must support each other.”

The expansion to Indonesia followed the booming in the local ecosystem with the startups raising more than 1.9B in Q3 2020.

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