Introducing a very welcome start-up that provides daily household products from well-known brands in returnable and reusable packaging as a solution for shopping without waste.
Since 2017, startup company Warung Pintar has helped modernise traditional kiosk businesses adapt to more modern methods of commerce.
Today, a number of Indonesian startups have successfully expanded their business to the international level.
Dila Karinta and Bettina Herz launched the book “Insiders’ Guide to Jakarta Startups” as the guide entrepreneurs who want to develop startup in Jakarta.
Indonesia opened its doors to serious world investors to meet the nation’s most investable startups.
While success and entrepreneurship are glorified, there is a side of the success story people don’t really talk about: what it takes when one leaps.
Dila Karinta get some tips for founders to have a higher chance of funding and investment to build startups company.