Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) contribute significantly to the nation's economy. During this tough times, how can they survive? Aakar Abyasa, the Founder of Jouska, shared two alternatives for SMEs enterpreneurs.
I Want to Smell The Perfume is a Jakarta-based social enterprise which combines positive social impact and environmental impact by actively partaking in women empowerment and reducing single-use plastic bag waste and marine debris
A lot of Medan’s top attractions are focused around food and you can sign up for a food tour, or simply go it alone and explore the sights, smells, and tastes of the city by yourself.
With a board made up of influential businessmen in Indonesia, Indonesia Indah Foundation (IIF) hopes to be able to make some real change.
When things get hectic in the urban jungle of the capital, head to the hidden gem on the north coast of Jakarta - to the Thousand Islands.
NOW! Jakarta spoke to her about the emerging issues in arts, humanities and documentary photography.
A culinary experience which gives food enthusiasts an opportunity with all four senses of perception: taste, smell, touch and sound.
Jakarta Fashion Week 2019 culminated in a mesmeric runway performance by four designers who presented their masterpiece at the special night.
The biggest digital economy conference and exhibition, Future Commerce Indonesia (FCI), will be held on 29 and 30 January 2019 at the Shangri-La Hotel, Jakarta.
Lemonilo has partnered with SMEs around Indonesia to launch the ‘Healthy Café and Ropang Movement’, which offers instant noodles made with natural ingredients.
Korean cosmetic brand The SAEM, which focuses on healthy and natural skin treatments, has launched a new product in the Indonesia market.
Columnist Eamonn Sadler share his personal experience in the summer of 1984 when he and his friends took low budget two-week motoring holiday in Europe.
The Textile Museum conducts an on-going assessment of its collection if the collection includes easily biodegradable materials.