A month-end snapshot of Indonesia’s tech news from September 2022, collected by Startup News Asia.
This month’s Indonesian tech news snapshot covers HappyFresh grocery delivery major’s struggles outside Indonesia, discussions around a possible 5-year digital nomad visa, web3 enablement for brands and creators, and more.
Items below are a selection of Indonesia’s tech news headlines, each linked to the article behind it, online and in full – one click to the Indonesian tech news you want to read.
- Indonesia: ARIA secures $5M with drone-based agriculture services ecoysystem, delivering product design, IoT development, asset management systems and more for farmers
- Indonesia: SkorLife raises $2.2M pre-seed with application for users to access and monitor credit scores, credit reports and other relevant data from credit bureaus
- Indonesia: UENA backed with 1-stop online food service, taking and processing orders from end-to-end including delivery, with kitchens covering a hyperlocal area to optimise delivery cost and time
- Indonesia: Gov’t announces that remote workers to be allowed to work online up to 6 months, with a longer-term digital nomad visa of potentially up to 5 years under discussion
- Indonesia: SerMorpheus raises $2.5M with Web3 enablement platform, onboarding and aiding brands and creators to develop NFTs, and manage engagement with customers and communities
- Malaysia’s AirAsia to expand beyond low-cost carrier business with ride-hailing app launch in Bali, testing the market for uptake
- Hong Kong’s WeLab fintech platform and Indonesia’s PT Astra conglomerate complete acquisition of PT Bank Jasa Jakarta, with plans to launch Indonesia-focused digital banking services
- Indonesia’s HappyFresh grocery delivery startup closes operations in Malaysia and Thailand, shrinking back to focus on its main Indonesian market