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.
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
Singapore-based media giant MediaCorp just acquired majority shares in Indonesia’s KLN Group.
These startups are trailblazing the global Muslim market and helping to lay the seeds for companies to thrive in this space for generations to come.
Internet.org presents itself as an altruistic effort to get more people connected. But its telco partner isn't shy about its hopes to use the app for profit.
Indonesia is Southeast Asia’s sweetheart for mobile-first products. Here are a few verticals for investors and startups to consider getting into early.
This network of city news sites aims to take advantage of its first-mover status in places like Yangon, and discovers video as revenue source.
Across Asia, there are a number of relatively new phone brands playing to their strengths in home markets, aiming to steal sales away from Samsung.
Lab equipment is mostly imported and hard to come by in Indonesia, a problem which new online retailer LabSatu wants to solve.
Hong Kong-based financial comparison site CompareAsiaGroup today announced it raised $40M in series A funding led by Goldman Sachs and Nova Founders Capital.
Alodokter wants to become the number one site for health-related information in Indonesia by winning in quality and design.
Banks are feeling the heat from tech startups, which are working on various alternatives to traditional banking. Some banks are not taking it sitting down.
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.
Low-cost technologies can significantly improve livelihoods. This social enterprise specialises in bringing tech to rural communities in Indonesia.
In Indonesia, Livaza wants to make it easy for customers to get their hands on high-end luxurious furniture products at affordable prices.