Singapore-based East Ventures on Thursday said it will launch a US$30 million fund to invest in early-stage technology startups in Indonesia, said Willson Cuaca, a partner at the company on Thursday. East Ventures profile in Indonesia has been boosted by a series of high-profile deals in recent months by its earlier investments. These include e-commerce platform Tokopedia and online travel agent Traveloka, which have announced funding of $1.1 billion and $500 million respectively.