Author: Masyitha Baziad

Loket now ready for next stage: New verticals, new SEA markets
Having secured Series A funding round last month, Loket is eyeing the conferences, seminars, and expo market next year, and aims to expand into Malaysia and Singapore as well.
Mediatrac wants to create a big data wave in Indonesia
Jakarta-based BDA company Mediatrac wants to bring the big data wave to Indonesia with its inhouse technology – but in the proper manner, say senior executives.
Pos Logistics’ digital transformation: You will not believe some of its issues
Pos Logistics has begun an extensive digital transformation exercise in the runup to a 2020 IPO, and you wouldn’t believe some of the issues CEO Yan Hendry Jauwena has had to deal with.
China’s angels swooping down on Indonesia’s startup space
INVESTORS from China are now looking to expand their investments into the technology startup ecosystem in Indonesia, rather than sticking to traditional sectors such as mining and resources.
Healthcare startup Konsula levels up, from e-directory to e-commerce
Barely a year after its launch as an online directory of medical and healthcare services, Jakarta-based startup Konsula has now entered the e-commerce battlefield with the launch of its e-Store.
Two seasoned entrepreneurs unite to connect the world’s VCs and startups
Launched in January, VCNetwork.co is a network and database of independent international VCs, and aims to connect them with entrepreneurs from all over the world. Masyitha Baziad speaks to its founders.
Tapp Commerce aims to ‘mobilise’ cash-based SEA, starting with Indonesia
Finland-based Tapp Commerce believes its mobile payment technology can bring 'e-commerce down to the street level' across the SEA region.
Amazon’s US$600mil push into Indonesia will change the e-commerce landscape
Amazon.com Inc will be bringing a US$600-million war-chest into Indonesia with its designs on the country’s e-commerce market, according to a local media report.
XL Axiata and BlackBerry launch multi-number mobility service in Indonesia
XL Axiata, owned by Malaysia’s Axiata Group Bhd, has partnered with Canada’s BlackBerry Ltd to launch a multi-number mobility service in Indonesia.  
HK’s OpenPort wants to fix Indonesia’s archaic logistics sector
While the Indonesian Government is trying to reduce logistics cost with policy reforms and by accelerating infrastructure development, HK-based digital logistics startup OpenPort is attempting the same via technology.
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