We bring you articles on micro-finance, and cryptocurrency of a different sort. We also have a feature on a programme that helps small business owners with financial management.
While it’s not easy to build a start up to become a unicorn, there are plenty of opportunities to try.
Global Ecobrick Alliance encourages people to sequester unwanted, unloved plastic, to capture it and render it harmless by gathering it and shoving it firmly into discarded bottles to create ecobricks.
Since 2017, startup company Warung Pintar has helped modernise traditional kiosk businesses adapt to more modern methods of commerce.
With access to a national health insurance scheme, are we seeing a rise in the number of Indonesians taking an interest in other forms of insurance, too?
Along with the rapid growth of technology and innovation in other sectors such as e-commerce, payment transactions in Indonesia are now increasingly cashless.
What chance does a bank or NGO offering much-needed micro-financing have in communicating its message?