Author: Masyitha Baziad

Fuelled by e-commerce, Indonesia and Malaysia in top 5 of retail index
Thanks to the e-commerce boom, among other factors, Indonesia and Malaysia have made it into the top five of the 2016 Global Retail Development Index by consulting firm A.T. Kearney.
Great promise, steep challenges in Indonesia’s SMB market for Lenovo
Despite its challenges, Indonesia is a huge market and it is the No 1 PC market in South-East Asia for the company, according to Lenovo Indonesia SMB lead Irene Santosa.
Trend Micro doubles down in Indonesia
Trend Micro Inc recently expanded its office in Jakarta, to support what it said was Indonesia’s growing business outlook.
Brick-and-mortar retailer Alfamart goes full throttle on e-commerce
One of Indonesia’s biggest brick-and-mortar retailers, Alfamart Group, has completed its e-commerce transformation with the birth of Alfacart, driven by three young executives who were previously from Zalora and Lazada.
Developers, Microsoft wants you: CEO Satya Nadella
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is on a mission: He wants local developers to create more apps on his company’s platform, especially solutions that tackle local issues.
Indonesia’s first Ramadhan online shopping event sets bold targets
30 e-commerce sites and marketplaces are joining forces to launch Indonesia’s first-ever Hari Belanja Online Ramadhan (Harboldan), special online shopping days in conjunction with the Muslim holy month of Ramadhan.
Go mobile and reap big bucks during Ramadhan: Google Indonesia
According to Google Indonesia, Ramadhan is the best month for business – but only if companies pay attention to trends and what consumers want.
Six Indonesian startups in Batch 2 of Google’s Launchpad
Google announced that six Indonesian startups will be in the second batch of its Launchpad Accelerator programme that will kick off at its Mountain View, California headquarters on June 13.
Indonesia’s ‘online food network’ Kokiku TV eyes regional expansion
After having received undisclosed seed funding from Elixir Capital, Indonesia’s ‘online food network’ Kokiku TV is planning to expand its online video service to Vietnam and Thailand by next year.
With digital boom, Indonesia in greater risk than ever
Indonesians are getting more comfortable with shopping online using their credit cards, which means putting their financial and personal data online – and this is only going to light up the eyes of cybercriminals, warned F5 Networks Indonesia.
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