A prediction of the 21 new jobs of the future catch the attention of Karamjit Singh, as does the similar mission of an Indonesian unicorn and MDEC.
Logistics giant confident Malaysia making right moves to meet digital economy ambitions Go-Jek’s Go-Bills to deepen relevance to users, fend off competition from Grab, Alibaba MALAYSIA’S technology hub, Cyberjaya, which, over its 21 years, has built up a thriving tech ecosystem consisting of a good mix of multinational and local companies, saw one of its pioneer residents deepen its links even more.
95% of the US$3bil venture investments into Indonesian startups in the first eight months of 2017 have come from China.
Inspired by large investments into its leading startups, there is a rising sense of belief among Indonesians that the country can build a strong startup economy.
Indonesia's startup ecosystem gets a Block71 boost. Can it create a win-win situation for entrepreneurs in Singapore and Indonesia?
Three developers from indie game studios in Malaysia and Indonesia tell their journey into the unknown – with an eye on the promised land.
Strategy must encompass the deployment of a gamut of ideas and should not just approach it on a piecemeal basis, cautions open source software giant Red Hat Inc.
Another Brick & Mortar company reaches out to startups to partner with and create synergy while a startup in Jakarta raises smart money – from a Brick & Mortar.
With its US$700mil investment into Indonesia over the next four years, Grab goes from pesky startup out to beat local champion Go-Jek, to major foreign investor.
Indonesian marketplace Bukalapak had its best year in its 7-year history, expects strong performances in 2017 & 2018.