The startup claims to be a more social version of Wimdu, but explicitly targets Indonesian university students headed abroad.
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
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Indonesia’s internet penetration may reach 30 percent this year. Christian Patouraux aims to smash that figure soon by giving cheap satellite internet to all.
The startup, which lets women sync up their social media estores with an Andriod app, is looking to capitalize on Indonesia’s love for sales via social media.
The platform has been around since late last year, and is looking to capitalize on user-generated content combined with Emtek’s media reach in the archipelago.
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 Venture Group for expansion.
Free Internet, but only for three hours. And please buy our phones.
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An "internet for the poor," as some critics have called it, is still far more beneficial than no internet at all.
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.
An open letter to Zuckerberg from 67 global groups points out how Internet.org violates net neutrality, freedom of expression, equality of opportunity, privacy, and security.
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Having acquired Axioo, Indonesian phone distributor Erajaya plans to enter manufacturing. Simultaneously, the firm is building an ecommerce fulfillment center.
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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 StaffOnDemand. A startup itself, StaffOnDe...