The Indian firm recently launched auto information portal CarBay in Indonesia. It’s not yet a classifieds site, but will likely threaten Carmudi and Mobile123. ...
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Indonesia’s Kakatu app has some nice features - including self-recorded video messages - to help parents limit their kids’ time spent on gadgets.
Speculation about which motorcycle startup is going to win the market is all the buzz in Jakarta. Here’s a visual comparison to help you place your bet.
Roof is leaking, need a nanny, find me a gardener: the services sector in Indonesia is inefficient and needs change. Enter Seekmi.
Nana, a smart mat that was originally marketed as a safe and unobtrusive sleep tracker for babies, is now targeting a totally new segment.
The site is brand new, and still getting its ducks in a row. But if done right, the concept could be an interesting ingredient for Jakarta’s busy streets.
Indonesia’s ecommerce scene is now looking like a gang war. Ardent Capital’s WhatsNew Group show up with guns blazing in the form of Moxy.
The new startup lets Indonesians put their love for social commerce into a pocket-sized marketplace. It’s designed to complement Facebook and Twitter eshops.
Here’s a list of women who have broken through barriers and overcome obstacles to achieve success in Southeast Asia’s tech industry.
HappyFresh is an app for home grocery delivery in Jakarta. COO Benjamin Koellmann hopes to change the consumer behavior of Indonesia’s supermarket crowd.
Y Combinator’s Magic pioneered the concept the US. Now, this brand new startup lets anyone with a mobile phone get whatever they want via text in Indonesia.
Ride tech is a rare space where street traffic is just as valuable as web traffic. Go-Jek and GrabBike slug it out in Jakarta’s congested roadways.
The company claims to have received the largest investment for a tech company in Southeast Asia in 2015.
With a growing middle class, these Indonesian furniture ecommerce sites may soon have locals buying sofas online and early stage investors lining up.
Events are headed toward the cashless direction. Startup Pouch targets this space for its NFC wristbands.
When people go to a mall, Kudo wants them to shop online using its kiosks, not go into the stores. This idea is slowly taking off.
Valadoo was an early mover in Indonesia’s online travel sector, yet it could not gain the traction it needed. There was one major stumbling block along the way.
CyberAgent Ventures raises new $50M fund for startups in Southeast Asia, opens co-working space in Jakarta
CyberAgent Ventures has just announced a new $50M fund with more than 50 percent earmarked for Indonesia. Showcases new space in “Slipicon Valley.”
If you’re looking for the entrepreneur who could create the next billion-dollar startup in Southeast Asia, look no further than this list.
Female coders are rare in Indonesia, but they exist. Sofia Huiya is one of them. She thinks women make great developers because they are careful.
The startup claims to be a more social version of Wimdu, but explicitly targets Indonesian university students headed abroad.
Aptoide is an alternative app market, attracting users with unique features and some apps that are banned on Google Play. It also runs a white label business.
Everyone's short on cash every now and then. With Pinjam, Indonesians can trade motorcycles or laptops for a quick cash boost.
Malaysia-based iPrice, a site that aggregates a multitude of ecommerce sites in Southeast Asia into a single shopping destination, raises funds from Asia Ventur...
These user experience geeks from Indonesia are working on the ultimate productivity app. Would you use it?
Built by a fashion journo, Bebelian is an Indonesian ecommerce site for pre-owned, branded goods from famous people. The startup aims to redefine used apparel.
From cloud computing to mobile management and estore building, here are some startups that are changing Indonesia’s point-of-sale space. Heads up investors. ...
Startups and small businesses should spend less time hiring and more time building their products and services. That’s the simple idea behind Singapore-based St...
In Indonesia, farming has traditionally been a low-tech industry. Most farmers operate on traditional equipment. Can smart tech transform agriculture?
The fresh startup hopes to be the Zooppa for Indonesia. MaxyArt holds crowdsourced contests for filmmakers to win paid gigs from local brands.