Twitter plans to set up an office in Indonesia within the next six months.
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Indonesia is a tricky market. Though it has immense potential growth over the next decade, the country is comprised of over 10,000 islands, with diverse languages and cultures in many different areas, so reaching out to these people has its own sets of challenges. The tech infrastructure is still growing, too. But where many might see a hindrance at first glance can turn out to be opportunities for savvy players
Xiaomi will officially make its debut in Indonesia. But the company uses a somewhat different method of selling its products.
There’s yet to be a really strong player in the online directory scene in Indonesia like Yelp. WeYap looks ready to take on the challenge.
Indonesia’s Bridestory grabs funding from four VCs, new Jakarta player Sovereign’s Capital takes the lead
When Kevin Mintaraga got married in 2012, he wasn’t expecting to stumble into a new business venture. Now, two years later, the 29-year-ol...
Bolt is the only 4G mobile internet provider in Indonesia. The team adds the addition of 4G compatible smartphones to nab even more users.
One week after migme debuted as a publicly traded stock in Australia, the company announces partnership with big handset manufacturers in In...
Tokopedia is one of Indonesia’s largest marketplace sites. The startup shares a few new stats on its fifth anniversary.
Philippines is locked in a three-way race with Indonesia and Vietnam to be the main freelancing hub in Southeast Asia.
Tripvisto’s CEO Bernardus Sumartok assures everyone that the new startup won’t share the same fate as its ‘older brother’.
Their arrival in Asia continues to be fraught with resistance from all quarters - governments, taxi companies, and even banks.
Xiaomi’s Redmi Note is a powerful gadget priced at IDR 2 million. But there are already plenty of choices in that price range for Indonesi...
A two-man army have been running Spavista in the last year. Now thanks to the seed funding, they can finally grow and scale faster.
Razi Thalib (pictured right), co-founder of Setipe, believes the Indonesian market poses a few fundamental obstacles for online dating. “T...
Meet Indigo Fenox, Indonesia’s new global incubator with a $1.5 million annual budget. It will take in two batches each year.
Luke Roush, a Jakarta-based managing principal of Sovereign’s Capital, refers to himself as the new kid on the block in Indonesia. Much li...
Both companies are on a downward growth trajectory path in the last few months. Will this merger be a turning point for them?