Indonesia has around 60 million middle-class consumers with an average income of 4 million IDR per month. It is not surprising that as a result, fashion business players consider Indonesia a business field that is promising. But, will they all survive the tight competition? Let’s see..
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Microsoft is said to be fascinated with tech companies that are emerging from Southeast Asia. Grab is a Singapore-based ride-hailing startup that has impressively expanded in just a short time in South East Asia. Even here in Indonesia, Grab is one of the biggest ride-hailing app. Recently, news broke out that major Tech giant, Microsoft will be investing in Grab