The agritech industry in Indonesia is facing several pressing challenges, including poor infrastructure and digital literacy. The socialisation of the products and the mass market adoption are the other main hurdles. “Socialising our platform for farmers and clients is a costly process, but this...

Agriculture is a lifeline for the Indonesian economy, contributing 12.8 per cent to national GDP. The agriculture sector is also the second-largest employer in Indonesia after services, employing around 30 per cent of the total workforce – although this share has been falling over the past...

Agritech has come a long way from its infancy to become a fast-growing industry and has attracted millions of dollars of investment from private investors. Much like the private sector, the government is also expected to make more investments into the sector in terms of sops and startup programmes...

Agriculture, the third-largest contributor to Indonesia’s economy, provides livelihood to millions of its people. As per a 2018 survey, nearly 33.5 million farmers from across the country are engaged in agricultural activities, of whom eight million are females. Nearly 4.5 million of them are...

500 Startups, one of the world’s most active venture capital investors, hosted on Thursday an action-packed evening of discussions and presentations to spotlight the dynamic technology landscape in Vietnam and … The post Southeast Asia Showcase By Venture Capital Firm 500 Startups appeared...