ecommerce in indonesia
Indonesia bans foreign investment on ecommerce, but in usual resourcefulness, investors and startups have found ways to skirt this regulation.
I’m writing this while at the airport waiting for my flight to Moxy’s regional HQ in Bangkok, Thailand. Last night was a rough night. No, this does not mean dan...
As ecommerce booms across Asia, aCommerce gears up to raise another round to face growing competition.
Kudo is part of a new breed of tech companies that is taking hold in developing Asia. They operate with agent networks to make online transactions easy for ever...
Moxy is now part of the Ardent family, but the company’s original founder Shannon Kalayanamitr is still driving the brand’s vision.
At Tokopedia’s 6th birthday, the startup revealed it’s now collaborating with Go-Jek. This could be the beginning of a strong partnership.
Marc Uthay and Christian Csermak set out to Southeast Asia to make a dent in the eyewear industry.
If you want to sell online in Indonesia, you’d be a fool to ignore mobile commerce. Here’s a list of some of popular local apps anyone can use.
An inside look into whether Indonesia is starting an ecommerce boom and bust cycle similar to that of India or the likes of the notorious US dot-com bubble. ...
The startup aims to bridge the gap between furniture designers and folks looking to spruce up their spaces. It’s also looking at the rest of Southeast Asia.
Undaunted by existing players, the firm aims to capitalize on Indonesian businesses' demand for office supplies, electronics, and cleaning products.
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. ...
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.
Indonesian fashion ecommerce enabler Paraplou Group has a site that will compete with MAPeMall and Zalora. But is the local market already sewn up?
This guy’s story of failing in Indonesia is refreshingly honest. Now he’s getting up and trying again
Danny Taniwan rom Medan in Indonesia started his first ecommerce venture with zero knowledge. He failed to build that startup, but came out stronger.
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.
HappyFresh is an app for home grocery delivery in Jakarta. COO Benjamin Koellmann hopes to change the consumer behavior of Indonesia’s supermarket crowd.