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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
Indonesia has 4G LTE networks, so Xiaomi should be rolling out compatible products soon. But it’s not that simple, according to VP of international Hugo Barra.
In the big picture, we hope this can help strengthen the bond and partnerships between tech ecosystems in these three cities.
The site’s founder Karaniya Dharmasaputra hopes his marketplace can help shift the mindsets of Indonesia’s fiscally conservative society to become investors.
Gift Card Indonesia will use the newly acquired cash to offer business-to-consumer products and expand regionally.
For Asia, Lamudi records the biggest number of property listings in Indonesia and Pakistan.
Starting January 14 users will no longer be able to post new ads on Berniaga and Ayos Dito.
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CliponYu has been live since August, but kept a low profile despite sharing an office with and receiving technical support from Chinese internet behemoth Baidu.
Square Enix Smileworks has been shut down after failing to meet expectations.
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The global communications firm recently took the lead on the smart cities council, a coalition seeking to create sustainable cities with the Internet of Things.
The World Bank estimates that the unmet funding needs of small and medium-sized enterprises in these frontier markets comes to US$1.1 trillion.
With over half of its 3 million users in Asia, Stellar has shown positive growth since its debut last year. Going forward, its going to need local champions to reach its full potential.
The investment comes one week after the site’s launch, and the funds will be used to grow the team, incorporate new features, and expand in Southeast Asia.
The Korean-owned startup recently secured a seed investment to open a marketplace dedicated to buying and selling in-game currency in Indonesia.
While Indonesia still has the lowest internet penetration, it already has the largest online population, indicating rapid future growth for its gaming industry.