Launched in 2017, Eden Farm focuses on simplifying the supply chain through creating a network of business-to-business customers…
“We are only scratching the surface … in this part of the world,” said Gojek’s chief food officer. “We truly believe that this is a big opportunity.”
Indonesia was home to 150 million internet users in January 2019, a 13% increase in a year. The country’s poor cyber security system renders them prone to cyber attacks.
The president wants the yet-to-be named city in East Kalimantan on the Borneo island to foster development of technology startups and a digitized manufacturing sector.
But as online borrowing rises, experts warn the nation’s financial literacy needs to improve and that data-protection laws should be in place.
Whether it is building a digital economy or preparing for climate change, Indonesia is busy putting long-term plans into action.
In Indonesia, seamaps are useful for navigation safety purposes. Marine mapping can also be useful to support a country’s economy: “access to ports, goods distribution lines, and so on.”
McKinsey has tipped Indonesia to reach Group of Seven status, having one of the world’s largest economies, by 2030. But Indonesia’s plan for getting there is not bold enough.
More than one-third of the country’s young people want to work for themselves. This may seem unsurprising in light of its recent string of booming tech unicorns
Logisly aims to address the high cost of logistics and improve supply chain management in Indonesia. It provides shippers with features like real-time tracking and digital proof of delivery.
In the future, Mastercard and Artajasa could work on other transaction processing, including digital payment in e-commerce, Mastercard said.
Aligning with Gojek could bring Moka the benefit of having access to tens of millions of users and a large merchant network that it may not have had exposure to before.
The frequency with which natural disasters strike Indonesia has inspired technology innovators to create new devices and applications to help minimise the casualties.
At a recent marketing event in Jakarta’s hip Kebayoran Baru district, Indonesia’s finance ministry used celebrities, dance music and social media influencers to pump up interest in…
“What makes the fintech startups thrive is because the society is still easily tempted by offers of loans with less hassles,” OJK’s Tongam L. Tobing said.