Our Chief Operations Officer, Syed Ali Ridha Madihid, was interviewed for a Business Times article covering Singaporean startups tapping the Indonesian market as a testbed for their businesses. Janio is also featured as one of the startups riding this trend.
He also added:
“Indonesia, being the biggest market, made sense for us. It’s not only the biggest but also the most challenging. So we thought, if we can prove that we can manage Indonesia, we can pretty much manage the other markets. So for at least a good six months, we developed our entire solution on just making sure that we can ship to Indonesia as well.”
We’d like to thank the Business Times for allowing us to provide our view on tapping into Indonesia’s potential.
You can read the full story at the Business Times (requires subscription).
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