By Martin Gøttske
Big-name international investors are pumping billions of dollars into Indonesian tech start-ups in a bid to capitalise on the country’s burgeoning digital economy and potential as Southeast Asia’s largest online market.
Indonesia has seen a surge of cash into its technology sector over the past two years, helping support dozens of homegrown start-ups. And with a population of more than 250 million, a swelling middle class and growing availability of cheap mobile devices, firms from across the world are piling in.
The Jakarta Post: