The True Potential of Indonesian Startups
Despite its red tape, chronic traffic jams and an evergrowing population of 269 million across the 15,000 islands, Indonesia has become one of Southeast Asia’s most exciting startup hubs, especially in the e-commerce and fintech space. In fact, the Indonesian internet economy is forecast to grow to $100 billion by 2025 and with 4 unicorns already in the nation, the government has heavily backed startups in Indonesia.
- What help is needed to develop the next unicorn in Indonesia?
- What are the challenges faced by startups in Indonesia that other countries may not face?
- Does internet unreliability affect customer experience in Indonesia? How do you measure the loss of this opportunity?
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The Ortus Club hosts knowledge-sharing discussions in the best private dining rooms in the world. These venues provide an elegant high-end atmosphere and impeccable table service.
CCO at Alodokter
CEO at WISE
CTO at SIRCLO
CTO at brambang.com
CFO and Co-Founder at DINOMARKET.com
VP of Product at Bukalapak
VP of Data at Tiket.com
VP of Third Party Platforms at GOJEK
Head of Product at Tokopedia
Head of Corporate Development at Warung Pintar
Head of Digital at Moka POS
Head of Product at Tiket.com
Head of Design at Orami
Head of IT Security at Tokopedia
Head of Product at GOJEK
Director, Marks & Spencer at Mitra Adiperkasa
General Manager Manufacturing at Dekoruma
6:30 pm: Arrival of guests and reception
7:00 pm: Welcome by The Ortus Club and short address from Telstra
7:10 pm: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
7:45 pm: Mains are served
8:00 pm: Discussion brought to a close and guests are encouraged to continue networking
9:00 pm: Change of seats before dessert