Editor's Note: We’ll pick our favourite comments and the commenters will win a Silver Pass (check your PMs!) to join us at GMIC Indonesia 2017 this Sept 26, 2017. GMIC Indonesia 2017 - New Frontiers of Intelligence - is set to gather tech luminaries from across SE Asia to build trusted relationships, share insights, explore collaboration and develop the fastest growing sector in the world - mobile. Every country has certain characteristics — both positive and negative — that are wholly unique to a culture, political situation and physical geography. So what makes Indonesia unique? Besides factors like 'the islands' or 'Southeast Asia's largest country', what are some of the day-to-day realities of starting a company in Indonesia? Also Read: Captain's Log, Sept 5: Malaysian insurtech startup PolicyStreet raises US$500K, Thai govt to hold tech exhibition We are genuinely curious and can't wait to hear your feedback. Comment in the discussions below. — Copyright: kzenon / 123RF Stock Photo
e27 discussions, What makes starting up in Indonesia different from other countries in Southeast Asia?
Have you run into any day-to-day business practices that are particularly unique to starting up in Indonesia?