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Amid a weak public health system, Indonesia's startups try to plug the gap with healthcare and monitoring tech solutions, while edtech and other online platforms see surge in demand amid social distancing
As even the conglomerate giant feels the pain of OVO's aggressive cash-burning, should digital payments players rethink their strategy to gain market share, beyond the usual discounts and subsidies?
Indonesia adapted and furthered the successful business models that created unicorns in China. Now, it's exporting its own to the rest of Southeast Asia, even beyond
Nadiem Makarim was confirmed as Indonesia's education and culture minister and will become "a passive shareholder" in Gojek
Even with a wider range of services and extensive state backing, LinkAja faces a tough battle
Despite criticism from riders and drivers, the ministry will cooperate with business competition supervisor to curb excessive discounts and prevent price wars
Now that Grab and Go-Jek are in a faceoff on a regional scale, here's a look at how Southeast Asia's two biggest unicorns – and their investors – could be shaping the local digital economies and startup ecosystems
Users and startups could learn a lot from the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal. For a start, don’t succumb to apathy
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