2015 looks to have been another stunning year for Southeast Asian startups. According to Tech in Asia’s database, total venture capital funding from Q3 of 2014 ...
As one of Indonesia’s biggest C2C marketplace sites, Tokopedia lets merchants open online shops at the site and handles online transactions via its escrow service. With the vision of making a better Indonesia through the internet, Tokopedia longs to be Indonesia’s number one marketplace for years to come.
The Singapore-based startup hopes to prevail in the space using a variety of features and strategic partnerships.
The social network is getting more serious about peer-to-peer ecommerce. Can local startups stand against it?
At Tokopedia’s 6th birthday, the startup revealed it’s now collaborating with Go-Jek. This could be the beginning of a strong partnership.
Industry luminaries met yesterday at an event held by Indonesia’s ecommerce association idEA to discuss the upcoming ecommerce roadmap with minister Rudiantara.
In case you’re curious, here are Indonesia’s 15 best-funded tech startups to date.
2014 is the year where Southeast Asia proved itself to be a worthy challenger to Silicon Valley, and people are beginning to take notice of it.
It’s a tough and subjective job to nail down Indonesia’s 10 best-funded startups. But we’ve done it anyway. Here are 10 well-funded and fast-growing companies.
If you’re a foreigner thinking about setting up shop in Indonesia as an ecommerce business, here’s everything you need to know about the local landscape.
Shoppr draws heavily from dating app Tinder’s swipe-to-discover methodology, which the team finds is “light and fun enough to keep us going for hours on end.”
Since we just had Startup Asia Jakarta, Andre and I thought it’d be apt to take a close look at some numbers that give us a picture of what Indonesia is like. E...
One of our discussions at Startup Asia Jakarta 2014 explored how Indonesia can learn from developed startup ecosystems overseas. During the panel, Tech in Asia ...
From the minute the doors opened at Startup Asia Jakarta 2014, the majority of speakers and panelists on stage claimed they believe ecommerce in Indonesia is th...
Tokopedia CEO William Tanuwijaya may not have the prestigious background you’d expect from a powerful startup founder, but he's the real deal.