Author: Masyitha Baziad
Indonesia’s data centre market has great potential, but the country faces some dire challenges and needs a long-term strategy, industry pundits say.
Startups have been disrupting a number of industries over the last few years, and have been having a free run at it too – but that’s about to change, warned one industry pundit.
In the middle of the battleground between startups and traditional companies, there is space for collaboration – if both parties can stop looking at each other as threats, that is.
Banks have the credibility, while fintech startups have the innovation – combine the two and you have a killer formula, says a senior banker.
Jakarta fintech startup Jojonomic aims to tackle the hassle of claims management with its automated reimbursement management system, Jojonomic Pro.
Mentors are the ones who can slap your face while everyone else is patting your shoulder saying you're doing a great job, says one Endeavor Entrepreneur, and he is not alone in thinking that.
Bangalore-headquartered healthcare startup Practo Technologies is looking to grow its base in South-East Asia, where it already operates in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Singapore.
The ongoing conflict between taxi companies and ride-sharing apps in Indonesia boiled over yesterday (March 22) as thousands of taxi drivers took to the streets in Jakarta to stage a protest that escalated into violence in some areas.
Bangkok-based e-commerce solutions provider aCommerce intends to make Indonesia its biggest operations centre, and has begun its expansion in the republic.
Indonesia continues to be a battleground between ride-sharing startups and conventional taxi companies, with the country’s Transportation Ministry now demanding such apps be blocked.