GetGo pivots from cashierless kiosks  to B2B e-commerce with a visual search engine

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Covid-19 changed GetGo’s fortunes, but quick thinking and networking created a new opportunity

When GetGo launched its cashierless kiosks in January 2020, the startup had big plans. Replicating Amazon Go’s model of cashierless stores, GetGo offered offices and co-working spaces in Jakarta cashierless kiosks that automatically recognized items taken from shelves and charged customers the right prices.  Unfortunately, Covid-19 began spreading in Indonesia. In mid-March, non-essential offices and co-working spaces had to close their doors as employees worked from home. GetGo’s kiosks were suddenly obsolete. The founders, however, were undeterred. Former adtech executive Erdian Tomy an...
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