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Zalora CEO refutes reports that company is selling in Indonesia

Zalora CEO Parker Gundersen stressed that the situation in the Philippines and Indonesia is "very different" than Vietnam and Thailand 

After Philippines, Zalora reportedly retreating from Indonesia

Zalora is reportedly in talks for an acquisition with Indonesian retail giant MAP Group 

Japan's Liquid launches fingerprint payment service in cash-intensive Indonesia

Through a joint venture with Salim Group, Liquid expects to secure up to 500,000 users 

Printerous gets US$1.4M pre-Series A to win over Indonesia's US$9.1B printing market

Currently focussing on its home market Indonesia, Printerous also has long-term goal to expand into the Southeast Asian region 

Go-Jek releases new app for Go-Life division, ready to launch more lifestyle services

The services -- Go-Massage, Go-Clean, Go-Auto, and Go-Glam -- were previously included in Go-Jek's original mobile app 

Meet the VC: Kejora Ventures is building a US$80million fund, here's what they plan to do with it

Kejora Ventures' Sebastian Togelang also shares his thoughts on what investors should do in the face of the consolidation era 

Indonesia's NIDA Rooms aims to be profitable early next year, raises US$5.6 million

One of the long term plans for NIDA Rooms is to try and franchise an entire hotel 

Grab speaks up to clarify Badrodin Haiti's role in the company

Last week, Haiti indicated that when his appointment as President Commissioner at Grab Indonesia was announced, no formal agreement had been reached between the parties 

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Indonesia's former chief police Badrodin Haiti will not be Grab's new president commissioner

Grab announced the appointment of Badrodin Haiti as their new president commissioner on January 30 

[Updated] It can't get any more interesting than this: Tencent rumoured to be eyeing Go-Jek

In case you missed it: Tencent Holdings is an investor of Didi Chuxing, which owns a minority stake in Go-Jek's competitor Grab 

A look back at 2016: The state of Southeast Asia's tech startup ecosystem

A deep dive into the ecosystem for a better understanding, backed by facts and numbers 

Singapore-based pharmacy network platform mClinica raises US$6.3M Series A

It will use the funds to grow its network, expand to new markets, ramp up product development, and increase new hires 

Indonesia authority to allow on-balance-sheet lending for fintech startups

The proposal came about two months after the authority banned fintech startups from lending money directly to their customers 

Jakarta Founder Institute graduates 9 startup founders for its sixth batch

Apart from announcing five best graduates, all of the graduating startups will depart to Silicon Valley 

Worktrees connects software developers with potential clients -- and it just raised seed funding

Jakarta-based Worktrees has receives an investment from angel investor Grace Tahir 

Less than one year after Series A, Indonesia's MOKA gets another US$2M to speed up product development

MOKA adds Mandiri Capital to its list of investors, which includes Convergence Ventures, East Ventures, Fenox VC, and Northstar Group 

Is Grab set to acquire Indonesian e-commerce startup Kudo?

The acquisition is reported to have cost Grab more than US$100 million 

Breaking tradition, Indonesia's Ideabox announces 3 startups to join its latest batch

Instead of the usual four to five startups, this time Ideabox announces only three winners of its recent startup bootcamp 

Busy bees: What the big names are launching this week in Indonesia's startup ecosystem

From new incubator to customer rewards programme, this looks like a busy week for the startup community 

Our true competitor is ignorance: Honestbee ID Country Director talks strategies and key learnings

Chris Antonius says Honestbee does not wish to limit itself by setting targets. Read on to learn why 

Girls are actually happy to work in STEM. So what can we do to make them stay in this field?

The Mastercard Girls in Tech report is back. While we still have homeworks remain, the prospect seems full of hope