In this guest post, Indonesian tech luminary Andi S. Boediman explains what Indonesia needs to do to build on its vast market and huge potential.
Startups are Tech in Asia’s bread and butter. As Asia’s startup ecosystems grow, we’ll be here to document both their successes and failures. From seed-stage bootstrappers to multimillion-dollar exits, every startup worth its salt deserves a chance to be heard.
At the Asia Leader's Summit in Singapore, a group of venture capitalists gathered to talk about the nature of partnerships in Asia.
A list of strategies to help get your Indonesian tech company noticed. These tips can also be useful for foreign companies looking to enter the market.
There are three ways in which founder Maheshswaran Suresh Kumar believes Sourceguru will do better than the incumbents.
Kuassa specializes in digital audio processing. It lets music junkies around the world download virtual amplifiers, effects pedals, and other useful plugins.
Companies can now start using the software-as-a-service. Talenta has also been busy rounding up high-profile partners in Jakarta’s tech and ecommerce scenes.
A list and brief description of each new company that is included in Telkom Indonesia’s first cohort for its DDB Accelerator.
The startup is brand new to Jakarta, and lets anyone build an online store for free. It allows for unlimited products and is designed to thrive on mobile.
The startup offers a social networking video app that lets users make ads for brands. It’s currently running a contest in Indonesia with $7K in prize money.
The startup creates better user engagements for promo videos, rather than letting brands rely on number of views only. Users can even make purchases in-video.
Junita Ciputra, leader of one of Indonesia’s biggest family-owned conglomerates, wants to help create 4 million entrepreneurs
Having recently launched online entrepreneurship courses, director of Ciputra Group Junita Ciputra hopes to educate 4 million founders in Indonesia by 2030.
Blood is thicker than profit at Indonesia’s Kolaborasi, where incubated startups share like a family
The Indonesian incubator has helped build 15 startups so far, and is not shy about taking the majority ownership of its portfolios in exchange for seed funding.
The Surabaya-based site already features hundreds of independent content generators that serve more than one million unique monthly visitors.
KapanLagi Network has partnered with MediaCorp. The news came earlier today during the exclusive premier of Channel NewsAsia’s Start-UP TV show in Jakarta.
Machine translations services like Google Translate, which one might presume to be Flitto's biggest competitors, are actually Flitto's biggest customers.
The private investment club enables anyone with a bit of savings try to see a return on investment from startups, matching funders with Asian opportunities.
"By championing more local players, some of whom are not able to reach the masses easily, we are able to offer a far greater array of products then the current offering,” the founder explains.
Too shy to buy condoms and lube at the store? This new site wants to make it less awkward for Indonesians
With an average age of 28, Indonesians are sexually active. However, the nation’s conservatism makes them shy about buying sex products. AsmaraKu hopes to help.