E-commerce company Bhinneka took a major step towards its planned IPO in 2018 by officially launching its Bhinneka Bisnis corporate procurement platform.
This week sees Karamjit Singh’s attention grabbed by some creative marketing from a Tony Fernandes-owned telco, and the desire of an Indonesian e-commerce pioneer to stay local – by not taking in a foreign investor.
Indonesian e-commerce company Bhinneka plans to launch its IPO on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2018, in the wake of a US$22mil investment from Indonesian VC firm Ideosource last November.
Despite some recent setbacks, Indonesian President Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo is going to travel to San Francisco as part of his mission to establish the republic as the largest digital economy in Asean.
Indonesia is giving SMEs more digital tools to succeed, while Malaysia gets a welcome US$233mil investment boost from an MNC long established in the country.
Pasar ritel online mencapai 5% dari total ritel, 4-5 tahun ke depan Investasi untuk perluas portofolio produk, Bhinneka.com ingin IPO