Kudo sells products online via physical kiosks in public places. It accepts cash and just grabbed fresh funds for a local expansion from four investors.
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Bobobobo CEO Jimmy Akili says he wants to focus on curation and creativity instead of becoming the next Jack Ma.
The site features product from stylish Indonesian vendors in seven different spaces, and plans to use Emtek’s TV and media assets to promote itself locally.
Trikomsel is a go-to name when people go gadget shopping in Indonesia. Now facing an ecommerce boom, CEO Sugiono Wiyono wants to cut disruptors off at the pass.
Singapore-based media giant MediaCorp just acquired majority shares in Indonesia’s KLN Group.
Indonesia is Southeast Asia’s sweetheart for mobile-first products. Here are a few verticals for investors and startups to consider getting into early.
How Khailee Ng built and exited two different tech companies in Malaysia before the age of 30, and took the reigns of 500 Startups in Southeast Asia.
Jakarta-based Jualo is going up against OLX Indonesia. It just pulled in funds from Mountain Kejora and Indonesia's new investment firm Alpha JWC Ventures.
Following a $1M investment in Jakarta’s Zeemi.tv, the Japan-based VC shares thoughts on the growing Indonesian market, and where DeNA fits in for the future.
Indonesian live-streaming entertainment site Zeemi.tv grabs $1M in seed funding from DeNA and 500 Startups
The site is a live-streaming entertainment stage in Indonesia. It just grabbed $1M in seed funding from DeNA and 500 Startups, and aims to acquire more users.
The new firm is headed by Aswin Utomo of Indonesia’s AdaDiskon. WhatWeLike aims to let users socialize and discover the hot fashion items in the archipelago.
Lippo Group announces Hadi Wenas as MatahariMall’s CEO. Google Indonesia’s former country director Rudy Ramawy joins Lippo Digital Ventures as managing director.
One month before SingPost and Trikomsel launch a joint ecommerce venture in Indonesia, SoftBank places a bet on Trikomsel.
The firm lets users get their hands on imported goods by using international travelers as delivery people. It has a new CEO, and funds will be spent on growth.
In case you’re curious, here are Indonesia’s 15 best-funded tech startups to date.
Tees.co.id, an Indonesian marketplace that sells artwork on T-shirts and other products closed a round of seed funding from 500 Startups, 8Capita, and angels.