Two years after its initial launch in Singapore, DBS’ social platform for SMEs BusinessClass has finally come to Indonesia.
INVESTORS from China are now looking to expand their investments into the technology startup ecosystem in Indonesia, rather than sticking to traditional sectors such as mining and resources.
Trend Micro Inc recently expanded its office in Jakarta, to support what it said was Indonesia’s growing business outlook.
All stakeholders in Indonesia’s digital economy – from corporates and the startup community, to the Government – need to embrace failure, urged Trade Minister Thomas Trikasih Lembong.
Indonesia’s data centre market has great potential, but the country faces some dire challenges and needs a long-term strategy, industry pundits say.
Startups have been disrupting a number of industries over the last few years, and have been having a free run at it too – but that’s about to change, warned one industry pundit.
Indonesia is seeing increased interest and uptake in smart city initiatives to boost domestic productivity and quality of life, and to address the country’s pressing socioeconomic problems, according to IDC.
Kominfo akan memfasilitasi Grab dan Uber untuk memenuhi ketentuan Dishub Grab dan Uber diharuskan mendirikan koperasi untuk menaungi pengemudi
Indonesia continues to be a battleground between ride-sharing startups and conventional taxi companies, with the country’s Transportation Ministry now demanding such apps be blocked.
On the one hand, Indonesia seeks to become the biggest digital economy in the region and is wooing foreign investors and technology companies; while on the other, it is tightening the regulatory noose.