Competition in the digital banking sector in Indonesia is heating up as technology companies muscle into the scene, capturing a chunk of the market share from large rigid traditional banks.
GoTo Group, the name of the new holding entity, covers a wide range of e-commerce and everyday services, including a “superapp” for ride-hailing and finance, and heralds a new age of regional internet-based business competition.
The Indonesian platform, called Sustainable Spices Initiative Indonesia (SSI Indonesia), aims to boost spice agriculture and distribution with strategic collaboration among stakeholders.
Indonesian startups targeting the country’s smaller cities are, slowly but surely, beginning to attract investor interest — even from a world-famous hip-hop artist.
Australian early stage investment vehicle HEAL Partners has made a further play into Indonesian telehealth start-up Halodoc as part of a $US80 Read more
Giving women the opportunity to learn and apply digital skills is a critical step to Indonesia’s post-covid economic growth, according to panelists Read more
The coronavirus pandemic has seen a shift to online programs which might be unprecedented, however the adaptability and resilience in Australia-Indonesia educational partnerships to this situation is nothing new.
Salah satu upaya transformasi digital yang dilakukan pemerintah adalah pembangunan infrastruktur digital berupa jaringan internet hingga ke seluruh pelosok negeri.
After enduring a difficult year dominated by the multi-dimensional impact of COVID-19, we are now beginning to witness the green shoots of economic recovery.
Fintech is playing an important role in helping digital entrepreneurs tap into growth opportunities in Indonesia’s developing communities some new research shows.
The $50 million facility is targeted at micro entrepreneurs in rural areas who intend to develop or start businesses, according to a statement. It is also meant to encourage a post-pandemic economic recovery.
President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) stressed that digital trade in Indonesia must be focused on always empowering and encouraging the performance of Micro, Small, & Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) and proffer benefits to the wider community.