Jakarta

Indonesia is Southeast Asia’s biggest economy and Jakarta is its heart. The city has a population of more than 10 million people and is home to the majority of the country’s startup community. The growth potential in Indonesia is huge as it is now a mobile-first nation, with 75 percent of online purchases made via mobile devices. 50 million new individuals are gaining online access from 2015 to 2020.

Jakarta

STARTUP ECOSYSTEM

Jakarta is home to four of the biggest unicorns in ASEAN: Go-Jek, Tokopedia, Traveloka and Bukalapak. After initially focusing on the local market, the Indonesian unicorns have kickstarted regional expansion, to countries such as Vietnam, Thailand and Singapore. Cashless payments and E-money adoption has been growing, driven by the rise of ride-hailing services.

TOP INDUSTRY VERTICALS

  • E-Commerce
  • Education
  • Enterprise Solution
  • FinTech
  • HealthTech

ESTIMATED LIVING COSTS​

SGD $540

Accommodation

Monthly rent for Studio apartment

SGD $5.03

Meal

Basic combo meal in a casual restaurant

SGD $76

Utilities

For one person in studio apartment

Estimated Living Cost

SGD $29

Internet

Internet package for one month

SGD $39

Transport

Avg. of public transport ticket per month

SGD $1000

Development Cost

Personal development cost per student

SOME OF OUR INTERNSHIP COMPANIES

MEDICO

https://www.medico.id/

MEDICO develops applications for clinic and hospital information systems. It offers cloud based solutions such as drug interaction checker, e-prescription and mobile management reporting.

ADX Asia

https://adxasia.co.id/

ADX Asia is an advertising platform and marketplace for advertising placements. Their channels include digital screens, outfoor media and ambient media.

99.co

https://www.99.co/

99.co is a property portal providing the largest set of listings in the market, with user-friendly tools and synthesized data to help property seekers search for and compare potential property options.

This internship opportunity has been extremely fruitful and valuable. It has made me step out of my comfort zone and experience a different culture. I am really thankful to my colleagues and superiors for their warm hospitality. Although there were difficulties such as language barrier, they constantly guided and motivated me to strive harder. I feel that you should not underestimate yourself but always try to challenge your own potential. Indonesia is actually a huge and beautiful country so use the weekends wisely and explore different parts of it!

Kalpana Tasha Siva Kumar
Intern at MEDICO

PICK ME FOR GEI​

Are you ready to skyrocket your growth, develop your entrepreneurial traits and see your work make a difference?

Managed By:

Global Innovation Alliance Office

A programme under the Global Innovation Alliance Initiative by:

Global Innovation Alliance Innovators Academy