Go-Jek’s US$500mil funding shows that the Indonesian market is strong enough to birth unicorns, writes Masyitha Baziad.
Bangkok-based on-demand logistics startup Deliveree is shifting its focus to business customers rather than duking out it in the low-margin consumer arena.
It has been another strong week for the tech ecosystem in SEA, writes Karamjit Singh.
Ride-hailing startup Grab – formerly GrabTaxi, and MyTeksi before that – said it has seen “tremendous growth” since its rebranding exercise in January, with Indonesia figuring prominently.
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.
Indonesia’s promising data centre industry is faced with a slew of challenges, not the least of which is a price war that is taking advantage of users’ misunderstanding of data centre classifications.
Indonesian President Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo has instructed his administration to allocate a special state fund for startups, but former ministers say that’s easier said than done.
New package targets migrant Indonesians Discussions ongoing to expand overseas
Bandung, Cirebon, dan Yogyakarta menjadi rute mudik terlaris Tren pemesanan tiket kereta api dilakukan sejak H-90 jelang mudik
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.