Yuwono Wicaksono, founder of the pint-sized, Jakarta-based ecommerce site GudangImpor, wants his budding company to become the hub for Indon...
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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 has finished its first flash sales in Indonesia.
It’s not every day you find a startup that offers free information to farmers in Indonesia.
Although the northernmost American state of Alaska is the largest US territory by size, its population is less than 732,000. With rugged wil...
Ad spending in Indonesia is projected to reach $720 million in 2015. East Ventures and Valuklik want a slice of the pie.
Indonesia’s Ideabox accelerator unveils 2nd batch of finalists, featuring transport apps and foodtech
On August 29, Sebastian Togelang and Andy Zain’s Ideabox accelerator in Jakarta (powered by local telco Indosat) announced its second roun...
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.
Hopefully MBDC Media’s flagship product, the humor site MalesBanget, gets funnier after this.
It’s quite common nowadays to see companies made up largely of remote workers (Tech in Asia does it!). When that happens, you better have ...
KreditGoGo is a financial comparison platform that helps people compare and apply for financial products in Indonesia.
The online food delivery business gets a nod in Indonesia with the acquisition of one of its bigger players.
Here's a quick guide to the past exits that have happened in the region.
Rather than an outsourced development shop, Chok Ooi describes Agility as a startup product development company that partners and works with...
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.