There is good potential of growth for mobile apps in Indonesia, and the future looks bright as both Indonesian telco Indosat and Jakarta Founders Institute (JKTFI) are looking to jumpstart your ideas and prototype mobile apps with the Indosat Wireless Innovation Contest (IWIC).
In its seventh year, Indosat and JKFTI will hold three big activities: a roadshow seminar to 18 universities in Indonesia, a boot camp for 40 selected teams, and two incubation programs. After undergoing the incubation process, there will be a separate negotiation process held with Indosat to talk further about how the telco can help market the apps as well as a few other details.
If your mobile apps idea falls into IWIC’s seven categories of game, sport, social media, music, video, m-commerce, or info, you might want to give this a try. The IWIC events will be held through November. You can check out more information about it on IWIC’s website.