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Disruptive Tech Startups in Indonesia

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Jadi, trit ini didedikasikan untuk membahas semua perkembangan startup di Indonesia. Sebelum kita mulai, ada baiknya untuk mempelajari dulu binatang apa sih itu startup?

According to serial entrepreneur and Silicon Valley legend Steve Blank, a startup is a “temporary organization designed to search for a repeatable and scalable business model.”

Start-Ups address large markets, are thoroughly based on creating innovative products or services, and often utilize unproven business models.

Start-Ups function with limited time and resources, being explicitly concerned with trying to enter and dominate a section of the market as quickly as possible.

These sorts of businesses strive to become the next Google, Airbnb, Apple, etc.

Due to the high levels of uncertainty and unpredictability inherent to the start-up world, start-up entrepreneurs usually seek out and rely on outside investment. These funds grant new companies some “breathing room” to experiment, rebound from mistakes, and take decisive actions quickly.
Terus, bedanya startup dengan small and medium enterprises (SMEs) apa?

A SME, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is an “independently owned and operated, organized for profit, and not dominant in its field.” SMEs generally sell known products to known customers in known local markets.
Ok, jadi perbedaannya dgn SMEs jauh banget ya.

Berikut karakter-karakter yg dimiliki oleh perusahaan startup

1. Be Disruptive

Returning to the General Assembly article referenced above:As Blank describes it, a scalable startup founder doesn’t just want to be her own boss; she wants to take over the universe. From day one her intent is to grow her startup into a large, disruptive company. She believes that she has come across the next “big idea,” one that will truly shake up the industry, take customers from existing companies, or even create a new market.

2. Start with a Small Market

It’s true that a startup must eventually reach a large market in order to turn into a large company. But, at the beginning, it’s actually best to start with a small market.As we covered in a previous post, PayPal co-founder and early Facebook investor Peter Thiel “advises beginning with a really small market, taking over said market, and then expanding that market in concentric circles.”

3. Provide an Amazing User Experience

By definition, startups are new companies. They can’t rely on brand loyalty built up over years or decades like their big, entrenched competitor can do.This is one reason why providing a useful product that’s easy yet delightful to use is so important to the business’s long-term success.
Ok, sekian untuk pendahuluannya. Selamat berposting :cheers:
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Startups in tiger cub economies need to look at market expansion in near term

Businesses in less developed countries in Southeast Asia need to consider a near term market expansion of looking abroad than having a longer term imaginary trajectory, according to venture capitalists at DEALSTREETASIA’s PE/VC Summit 2017 held in Singapore on September 21-22, 2017.

Speaking at the panel, “Decoding Tiger Cub Economies of Southeast Asia,” Thailand’s Digital Ventures managing director Paul Ark said, businesses are thinking about a 10 years-plus horizon of being a unicorn but not a considerably shorter vision.

“Even a company in Thailand with pretty good revenue has never thought about a second market,” added Ark.

Countries like Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia may have more mature startup already scaling themselves by expanding to foreign countries, but enterprises in the Philippines, Thailand, Myanmar should have a shorter term vision of market expansion.

“Especially in a young ecosystem, there is desire to be a sexy part of the startup land, becoming a unicorn and raising,” said Minette B Navarrete, vice chairman and president of Kickstart Ventures.

Looking at the Philippines, the country has seen growth of over 6 per cent in the last seven years and had a number of changes including the ease of doing business.

However, Kin-Wai Lau, CEO & Director of Fatfish Internet Group, a Singapore headquartered venture and accelerator focussed on Southeast Asia and Australia, said, the Philippines was not yet a country of interest for investors from Singapore.
Indonesian Startups Raised $3 Bn In 53 Investment Deals Between January & August 2017: Report By Google & AT Kearney
Indonesia – the land of a thousand kings. An exotic country chock-full of beauty, culture and a rich heritage. Home to more than 261.1 Mn people spread across 17,508 islands, Indonesia has undergone dramatic urbanisation in the last couple of years. Today, it boasts a thriving startup ecosystem. As per a report by Google and management consulting firm AT Kearney, in the first eight months of 2017, Indonesian startups collectively raised $3 Bn in 53 investment deals.

According to the study, titled “Indonesia Venture Capital Outlook 2017”, investment in the country’s startup market jumped 68 times in the last five years to around $1.4 Bn in 2016.

Commenting on the spectacular growth of Indonesian startups, AT Kearney partner Alessandro Gazzini said at a recent press conference, “Due to the massive growth, the value of startup investments in Indonesia may surpass the nation’s oil and gas investment which was$5 Bn in 2016.”

Fintech 2.0 dan 3.0, Apa Bedanya?

Pesatnya perkembangan teknologi mendorong pula perkembangan perusahaan rintisan (startup) dan layanan keuangan berbasis teknologi (financial technology/ fintech). Namun, ada beberapa kategorisasi fintech yang jarang diketahui masyarakat.

Direktur Inovasi Keuangan Digital Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK) Fithri Hadi menuturkan, fintech dapat dibedakan menjadi fintech 2.0 dan 3.0. Apa perbedaannya?

" Fintech 2.0 adalah lembaga jasa keuangan yang sudah mendapat lisensi sebagai perusahaan keuangan yang berinovasi menggunakan teknologi digital untuk meningkatkan akses pasarnya," kata Fithri dalam seminar di Bursa Efek Indonesia (BEI), Senin (25/9/2017).

Fithri menjelaskan, fintech 2.0 tersebut dimanfaatkan oleh perusahaan jasa keuangan untuk menjangkau konsumen. Selain itu, fintech juga dimanfaatkan perusahaan untuk menurunkan biaya operasional mereka.

Selain fintech 2.0, ada pula fintech 3.0. Berbeda dengan fintech 2.0, fintech 3.0 dapat didefinisikan sebagai perusahaan yang tidak mempunyai lisensi jasa keuangan, tetapi mampu memberikan layanan keuangan untuk konsumen. "Rata-rata mereka adalah perusahaan teknologi atau perusahaan telekomunikasi," ungkap Fithri.

Kehadiran fintech 3.0, imbuh dia, dapat dikatakan revolusioner. Pasalnya, perusahaan-perusahaan dan layanan yang ditawarkan belum ada sebelumnya. Kehadiran fintech 3.0, tutur Fithri didorong oleh tren teknologi yang sangat masif. Selain itu, model bisnis yang dihadirkan perusahaan-perusahaan yang dikategorikan sebagai fintech 3.0 juga berbeda-beda.

"Tidak ada kantor, mengandalkan platform online, dan layanannya juga padu padan dengan sektor yang sudah ada sebelumnya," tutur Fithri.

Ia memberi contoh adalah fintech yang menawarkan layanan peer-to-peer lending. Menurut dia, layanan ini mengombinasikan layanan pembiayaan atau pinjaman dengan investasi.
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East Ventures Raises $30m for Indonesian Startups
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Jakarta. Global venture capital firm East Ventures announced on Thursday (21/09) that it has raised $30 million for seed capital and early-stage financing of Indonesian startups.

"East Ventures aims to empower local small to medium businesses by building the local ecosystem to support the country's growth," the company said in a statement.

In its sixth investment funding, which is managed by East Ventures partners Wilson Cuaca, Batara Eto and Taiga Matsuyama, the company focuses on Indonesia in a bid to empower young entrepreneurs in the digital sector.

Indonesia's strong macroeconomic outlook and favorable demography have been attracting more investment, says global management consulting firm A.T. Kearney, according to which from January to August investment deals reached $3 billion, 60 times more compared with the same period in 2012. Between 2012 and 2017, 244 companies completed 381 deals in the country.

As one of the most active investors, East Ventures made 192 deals, around half of all, in Indonesia's technology sector. At least 70 percent of the country's startups received their seed capital and early-stage financing from East Ventures.

The company has invested in 116 companies, of which 96 attracted follow-on investment.

East Ventures backed Indonesia's unicorns (startups worth more than $1 billion) such as ride-hailing service Go-Jek, e-commerce company Tokopedia, online ticket-booking company Traveloka, online-to-offline payment service Kudo, co-working space EV Hive, beauty products marketplace Sociolla and online marketplace for tutors Ruangguru.

This year, East Ventures-funded companies saw significant deals, including a $1.1 billion tech giant Alibaba-led investment in Tokopedia, a $500 million Expedia-led investment in Traveloka, acquisition of Kudo by Grab, and acquisition of ticketing platform Loket by Go-Jek.

The company says it has collaborated with the government and local firms in its sixth investment funding.
Indonesian Startup Investments Grow 60 Times Larger
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TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Based on research conducted by Google and AT Kearney, a number of investments towards startup companies have increased 68 folds in the past five years. This trend shows that investor confidence in the startup industry has improved significantly.

“The growth of Ventura Capital (VC) in Indonesia during the past five years has been explosive by improving 60 times larger,” said Mifza Muzayan, Google Sales Operations & Strategy Lead. He predicts a positive outlook for Indonesia in the next year or two.

In 2016, the total amount of investments in startup companies amounted to US$1,4 billion. That number has since risen to US$3,0 billion up to the eighth month of 2017.
Layanan E-Commerce Khusus Lingerie Lolalola Resmi Tutup Layanan

Setelah menjalankan bisnisnya selama dua tahun, layanan fashion commerce yang secara khusus menghadirkan produk pakaian dalam wanita atau lingerie, Lolalola resmi menutup bisnisnya hari ini. Startup yang mendapat dukungan investasi dari Ardent Capital ini resmi meluncur di Indonesia pada bulan Maret 2015 setelah sebelumnya melakukan soft launching Agustus 2014 silam.

Ditutupnya layanan niche yang menyasar kalangan perempuan ini merupakan salah satu startup pertama yang secara resmi tidak lagi beroperasi di tanah air di awal tahun 2017. Lolalola merupakan salah satu startup pertama yang menghadirkan produk khusus pakaian dalam untuk perempuan, startup lain yang kemudian mencoba layanan serupa dan terbilang baru usianya adalah Asmaraku.

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2 to Expand Locally Despite Challenges in Indonesia's Digital Sector
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Jakarta., the local affiliate of China's e-commerce platform, plans to expand its business in Indonesia as the company looks to take advantage of a budding digital market, a company executive said on Thursday (07/09).

"Indonesia has a tremendous amount of potential and a large young population. With the numerous rival players in the e-commerce market, Indonesia is still big enough for all of us," Zhang Hong Mei, head of's cross border business department, told guest participants at the Asean Marketing Summit at the Raffles Hotel in South Jakarta.

According to collaborative research conducted by tech giant Google and Singaporean wealth-based fund manager Temasek, Indonesia's regular Internet users are projected to reach 215 million by 2020 from just 92 million in 2015.

Indonesia's e-commerce market is also projected to generate $46 billion in revenue by 2025 from $1.7 billion in 2015. The study also noted that the country is set to become a major contributor to Southeast Asia's e-commerce sector, as the local market is expected to account for 52 percent of the region's sector by 2025, up from 31 percent in 2015.

However, Zhang also highlighted several challenges still hampering Indonesia's e-commerce market from growing significantly, including low numbers of high-skilled workers, poor Internet service providers, weak logistics and infrastructure development and a lack of cashless payment systems.

To overcome some of those issues, will look to heavily invest in building warehouses and hiring and educating local talent to become market leaders.

"However, there is a cultural difference [between the two countries], we are fast, we are okay to work late, but here [in Indonesia] the culture is quite different," said Zhang, without elaborating further on the issue.

She said it is still possible to bring skilled talent from China to educate young, local talent.
:lol::lol:, the second largest e-commerce company in China after Alibaba, started operations of its Indonesian unit,, in November 2015. Now, the portal offers 14 categories to choose from, ranging from branded clothing to electronic goods.

As of last year, had more than 100,000 stock keeping units (SKU), with the products manufactured in both China and Indonesia, and a growth of cross border trade orders to over 500 percent.

In Indonesia, the company has warehouses in Jakarta, Pontianak (West Kalimantan) and Surabaya (East Java), which employ more than 1,000 workers. The company is currently building five new warehouses to be located on Java island and in Papua.

Zhang said the company expects its number of employees to double by next year. also operates its own logistics firm, named Jaya Ekspres Transindo.
bring talent from menlen to educate? nanti kena isu invasi tka menlen :lol:
^^ tiba2 curiga sama gudang wortel di surabaya kmaren. :lol:
GoPay Segera 'Keluar' dari Aplikasi Gojek

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia -- CEO sekaligus pendiri Gojek Nadiem Makariem mengumumkan bahwa Gopay nantinya akan bisa digunakan untuk melakukan pembayaran di luar aplikasi Gojek. Sehingga Gopay tak hanya digunakan untuk membayar berbagai layanan Gojek seperti selama ini dilakukan.

"Dalam 3-6 bulan ke depan, Gopay akan keluar dari aplikasi Gojek. Dia akan bisa digunakan untuk pembayaran online maupun offline," kata Nadiem dalam konferensi The Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC) Indonesia 2017 yang dilaksanakan di ICE, Tangerang, Selasa (26/9).

Dengan memperluas layanan pembayaran non tunainya, Gopay bisa digunakan di e-commerce atau situs online lainnya di Indonesia. Gopay juga bisa digunakan untuk membayar di toko offline. Sayang, Nadiem enggan menyebutkan secara rinci rekanan yang sudah bekerjasama dengan Gopay.

"Kalau e-commerce itu jelas. Tetapi jangan lupa bahwa Gojek memiliki jaringan offline merchant yang paling besar. Saya kira itu justru yang menarik," lanjutnya.

Nadiem juga mengatakan nantinya, Gopay juga bisa digunakan untuk membeli di toko aplikasi seperti Play Store dan Apple App Store.
Presiden Jokowi: ‘Startup’ Jangan Dicekik Dengan Aturan Berlebihan
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Presiden Joko Widodo (Jokowi) menekankan, pemerintah harus memberikan keleluasaan untuk eksperimentasi. Ia mengingatkan, inovasi memerlukan eksperimen. Hal-hal yang baru harus dicoba. Karena itu, startup tidak boleh atau jangan dicekik dengan regulasi-regulasi yang berlebihan.

“ Ini sudah saya sampaikan kepada menteri-menteri. Sekali lagi startup tidak boleh dan jangan dicekik dengan aturan-aturan dan regulasi-regulasi yang berlebihan,” kata Presiden Jokowi saat membuka acara Indonesia Digital Byte (IDByte) 2017, di Ritz Carlton Hotel, Pasific Place, Jakarta, Kamis (28/9) pagi.

Ini juga satu alasan, menurut Presiden, kenapa deregulasi itu penting untuk mengurangi tumpang tindihnya aturan, yairu persyaratan yang menghambat cara-cara baru, yang menghambat pola-pola baru.

Presiden juga mengingatkan, bahwa yang namanya eksperimen-eksperimen itu pasti ada yang gagal dan ada yang nggak berhasil. Berarti kita harus mentolerir banyak kegagalan. “Engggak apa-apa. Jangan malu, jangan menyerah karena startup yang gagal .juga jangan dikejar-kejar,” tuturnya.

Terhadap perusahaan-perusahaan yang berbentuk PT atau perseroan terbatas, lanjut Presiden, artinya kewajiban atau resikonya sebatas modal yang sudah dituangkan dalam PT itu.

“Jangan dibawa ke pribadi, para pendiri startup. Di dunia digital jatuh nggak apa-apa, yang penting bangkit lagi, jatuh bangkit lagi, itulah kenyataan di dunia digital.,” pesan Presiden Jokowi.

Sebelumnya, Presiden Jokowi meminta agar perusahaan berbasis digital di Indonesia mebikin sebuah jasa atau produk yang benar-benar lokal, yang menganut ciri khas lokal Indonesia. Ia mengambil contoh, misalnya ada ecommerce startup, yang jualan rujak online dan laku sekali. Sampai ordernya dari seluruh dunia masuk semuanya.

Atau, lanjut Presiden, kita bantu untuk mengindonesiakan produk internasional seperti Amazon, seperti Microsoft, seperti Alibaba, seperti Lazada, seperti Tokopedia. Dimana Alibaba akhirnya berinvestasi dengan membeli saham di Lazada, membeli saham di Tokopedia.

“Sekali lagi, negara kita negara besar merupakan pasar yang besar, lokal itu juga pasarnya besar. Nanti dengan berlalunya waktu, dengan terus berkembangnya perusahaan-perusahaan e-commerce kita, pasti kita akan juga regional dan ujungnya pasti akan go global. Memang tahapan-tahapannya seperti itum” tutur Kepala Negara.

Pembukaan acara Indonesia Digital Byte (IDByte) 2017 itu juga dihadiri oleh Mensesneg Pratikno Kepala Badan Ekonomi Kreatif (Bekraf) Triawan Munaf, Duta Besar Swedia, dan praktisi digital di Indonesia. (RMI/JAY/ES)
pernah baca penghasilan startup dibawah Rp.4milliar katanya gak kena pajak, tapi di atas itu kena pajak 1% dan masih ada juga yang keberatan.

Buang-Buang Waktu, Presiden Jokowi: Jangan Coba-Coba Bikin Alibaba atau Google Tandingan
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Presiden Joko Widodo (Jokowi) mengingatkan, agar para praktisi digital di tanah air jangan coba-coba kita membikin Alibaba tandingan, atau bikin Google tandingan. Menurut Presiden, hal ini hanya akan buang waktu, buang-buang tenaga saja. Lebih baik memanfaatkan yang ada dengan menggunakan tenaga lokal.

“Manfaatkan saja, pakai saja yang sudah ada. Manfaatkan platform global seperti Alibaba, termasuk Google, Facebook, Microsoft,” kata Presiden Jokowi saat membuka acara Indonesia Digital Byte (IDByte) 2017, di Ritz Carlton Hotel, Pasific Place, Jakarta, Kamis (28/9) pagi.

Kepala Negara menekankan, justru kita harus memanfaatkan inovasi-inovasi seperti Alibaba, Amazon, Google, Facebook, Twitter dan lain-lainnya. Negara-negara yang berhasil memanfaatkan, berhasil memperalat inovasi-inovasi seperti ini, diyakini Kepala Negara, daya saingnya akan lebih tinggi. Dengan demikian, pertumbuhan ekonominya juga akan lebih tinggi.

Namun Kepala Negara menegaskan, bukan berarti kita harus menyerah, harus pasrah kepada raksasa-raksasa global di internet. Sama sekali tidak. Ia menekankan, bahwa di ekonomi digital, di dunia internet masih ada peluang-peluang yang sangat besar bagi pemain-pemain lokal.

Diakui Presiden Jokowi, bahwa di internet ada pepatah internet means the dead of distance but not the dead of location. Internet memang membuat jarak menjadi tidak berarti, namun itu bukan berarti bahwa lokasi menjadi tidak penting.

“ Lokasi atau ciri khas lokal itu masih sangat berarti, dan sangat berperan,” ujar Presiden seraya mencontohkan, orang Amerika tidak akan pernah mengerti artinya ndeso seperti kita mengerti ndeso. Orang Tiongkok juga tidak pernah akan mengerti baper, seperti kita mengerti baper.

“Dan berapapun modal seorang Google, berapapun modal seorang Amazon, mereka nggak pernah sedekat dan tidak pernah akan seakrab dengan orang kita, seperti kita sendiri. Nggak akan,” tegas Presiden Jokowi.
kalo kata komentator2 di viv* sama antar*news "ANTEK ASENG". :lol:
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selamat atas trit terbarunya :eek:kay:

sepengamatan saya, kehadiran start-up di Indonesia (terutama yang udah berhasil jadi unicorn), ini bener-bener mengganggu kemapanan para pemain lama, bahkan pemerintah pun harus merevisi aturan-aturan yang udah mereka buat, agar bisnis para start-up bisa terpayungi hukum :lol:

Berikut beberapa contohnya :

1. Hadirnya GrabCar, Go-Car, dsb, akhirnya membuat Menhub merevisi Permenhubnya, sehingga mobil plat hitam pun secara legal bisa jadi angkutan umum, padahal sebelumnya harus berplat kuning.
2. Hadirnya Go-Jek membuat eksistensi ojek sebagai angkutan makin terlihat penting, padahal sampai saat ini sepeda motor masih belum diakui oleh UU LLAJ sebagai angkutan umum. Hal inipun masih jadi PR buat DPR dan Pemerintah hingga saat ini. Yah, semoga aja revisi UU LLAJ bisa segera terealisasi :)
3. DJP sampai saat ini masih sibuk merampungkan formulasi baru, supaya orang maupun perusahaan yang bergerak di e-commerce bisa dikenai pajak secara adil.
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Feeding the future through embracing disruption

Who will be the farmers? Indonesia’s President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo recently inquired about the lack of interest from young graduates of the Bogor Institute of Agriculture (IPB) in taking up farming, when addressing their anniversary event.

With 260 million people, surely food security, the goal of all Indonesian leaders past and present, would require improved agricultural productivity?

So how can we ensure food security and sufficient nutrition without compromising the social, economic and environmental conditions for future generations?

Innovation can break the systemic issue that is creating a vicious cycle: some of the problems in our current agriculture practices are intensifying climate change, while climate change affects food production.

Indonesian entrepreneurs and visionaries are already realising the opportunities to improve the way we produce, harvest, distribute and consume food.

Tunggul Dian Santoso, a graduate of Pratama Mulia Polytechnic in Surakarta, Central Java, has invented the Genitech, a solar-powered tool using ultrasonic waves to drive pests away from crops. Other than being more environmentally friendly than pesticides, the water-resistant tool also boosts rice crops. Tanihub forms a digital platform to provide farmers with information on farming techniques and commodity prices. By improving access to information for farmers, they can improve the efficiency of their crop management. They also increase their bargaining power with middlemen. Urban farming is a growing trend for citizens of densely populated cities like Jakarta where land availability is extremely limited. Communities are initiating vertical farming and hydroponic gardens, with local government support. In fact, the capital’s municipality is planning a grand design for an urban farming programme to meet food needs through local farmers.

Michelli Wirahadi, an interior design student from Petra Christian University in Surabaya, East Java, has invented a styrofoam-like product made from a compound of orange peel, turning waste into a functional object. These promising technologies, among many others, are transforming every link in the food chain, from farm to fork. By providing space for innovations to shift the perspective on how our food is made, we can collectively realise our right to a healthy and secure food system. Only then will agriculture be able to do more with less: making food more accessible and available for all, while making sure the planet is in good care.
Setop Layanan e-Money Toko Online, BI: Demi Keamanan Dana Konsumen

Jakarta - Layanan isi ulang uang elektronik yang diterbitkan oleh sejumlah perusahaan disuspend atau dihentikan sementara oleh Bank Indonesia (BI) selaku regulator sistem pembayaran.

Penghentian dilakukan, karena penerbit e-Money belum memiliki izin dari bank sentral. Direktur Program Elektronifikasi Departemen Kebijakan dan Pengawasan Sistem Pembayaran BI, Pungky Purnomo Wibowo mengatakan saat ini sejumlah lembaga penerbit sudah dalam tahap proses pengajuan izin ke BI.

"Proses perizinan bisa keluar paling cepat 35 hari kerja dan bisa diaktifkan kembali. Tapi itu jika perusahaan sudah memenuhi persyaratan dan dokumen yang diminta oleh Bank Indonesia," kata Pungky kepada detikFinance, Senin (2/10/2017).
^^ saya punya saldo di bukadompet udah dipake semua buat beli emas.. soalnya kemaren ada cashback lumayan kalo beli emas disana :D
Go-Jek Siap Lebarkan Sayap ke Asia Tenggara

Jakarta - Setelah bertahun-tahun fokus di dalam negeri, Go-Jek mengungkapkan kesiapannya ekspansi ke luar negeri. Negara-negara di kawasan Asia Tenggara menjadi sasaran utamanya.

Pendiri dan CEO GO-Jek Nadiem Makarim sendiri tidak blak-blakan mengenai negara yang sedang diincar oleh perusahaannya. Namun, ia menjelaskan kriteria negara mana yang siap untuk diekspansi oleh Go-Jek.

Selain Indonesia yang penduduknya paling besar di Asia Tenggara, Filipina, Vietnam, dan Thailand mungkin merupakan negara yang menggiurkan untuk disasar Go-Jek. Sebab, ketiga negara tersebut bila digabungkan penduduknya bisa mencapai 270 juta jiwa.

Nadiem menyatakan bahwa Go-Jek mengincar negara yang infrastruktur teknologinya belum terlalu berkembang. Seperti masih minimnya masyarakat yang punya akses ke perbankan. Mungkin mereka akan diarahkan untuk memanfaatkan Go-Pay.

"Saya pikir kami telah membuat model sebuah platform yang bekerja di ekonomi yang sedang berkembang, di mana infrastrukturnya tidak terlalu bagus. Ada kemungkinan besar kita akan memanfaatkan seluruh potensi sehingga saat masuk bisa memanfaatkan seluruh senjata kita," tutur Nadiem dikutip dari Straits Times, Rabu (4/10/2017).

Apabila langkah Go-Jek itu terwujud, maka semakin memperketat persaingan dengan Grab dan Uber. Grab yang merupakan kompetitor terbesar Go-Jek belum lama ini disokong dana besar dari SoftBank Group Corp dan Didi Chuxing dari China.

Grab belakangan ini agresif ekspansi ke Indonesia. Perusahaan yang berasal dari Malaysia ini mengklaim telah menjangkau 75 kota. Seperti diketahui, Grab didirikan oleh Anthony Tan yang merupakan teman Nadiem saat kuliah di Harvard Business School.

"Kami selalu bersikap bertahan. Inilah waktunya membawa persaingan ke depan pintu rumah mereka," sebut Nadiem.
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