Author: Yunnie Marzuki

E-commerce to shift into 'digital commerce': Accenture
Featuring your products on an online platform and spending money on marketing is not enough to attract the evolving Asian consumer.
GoWork and Rework merge to become Go-Rework
Indonesian co-working space players merge to deliver faster scale and growth.
Mimpi launches online-only mattress store
Indonesian startup decides to become a game changer in a traditional offline sector.
Managing brands the Capillary way
Singapore-based company provides omni-channel and personalised solutions to retail brands.
Indonesian online shoppers browse on mobile apps but shop via desktops: iPrice Group
In Q2 2017 Indonesia had the largest number of users visiting e-commerce sites through their mobile phones.
Accenture forges past Industry 4.0 to encourage Industry X.0
Companies will need to completely reinvent their operating models, production, and value chains.
Jakarta among top 10 in digital environment business confidence: EIU report
Placed eighth out of 45 cities across the Asia-Pacific, EMEA and North America.
Lazada Indonesia to focus on helping SMEs upscale
Begins 2018 with the introduction of a new interface to improve the shopping experience on its platform.
Yunnie Marzuki: My Fave 5 of 2017
Rookie journalist Yunnie Marzuki finds her feet in the Indonesian digital ecosystem and discusses her favourite stories of the year.
Indonesia’s Bukalapak turns eight
The unicorn continues to support the local digital economy by aiding SMEs and developing its technology.
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