Main Program | How can startups survive COVID-19?

06 Nov 2020 15:00 - 16:00
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With its vast population and diverse economy, Indonesia’s startup scene was thriving prior to the pandemic. Last year Google predicted that the nation’s internet economy would grow to US$100 billion by 2025. But now that several unicorns and decacorns have had to lay off staff, what do Indonesian startups need to do to survive COVID-19? Join our panel of clear-eyed entrepreneurs to find out.

Dengan populasi yang besar dan keadaan ekonomi yang beragam, dunia startup Indonesia berkembang pesat sebelum pandemi. Tahun lalu Google memperkirakan bahwa ekonomi internet negara ini akan tumbuh menjadi US $100 miliar pada tahun 2025. Namun sekarang, setelah beberapa unicorn dan decacorn harus memberhentikan staf mereka, apa yang perlu dilakukan oleh startup Indonesia untuk bertahan menghadapi COVID-19? Bergabunglah dalam panel yang menghadirkan para pengusaha yang memiliki visi ini untuk mencari tahu jawabannya.

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Kintan Ayunda

Kintan Ayunda is passionate about ecosystem building, social innovation, and startups. She has been involved in Asia Pacific’s startup ecosystem by working in various startups and being involved in different …

Ayunda Zikrina

Ayunda Zikrina is the Head of Brand and Reputation Management at Niagahoster, a web hosting platform based in Yogyakarta. She is a self-proclaimed social media and digital marketing geek, who …

Lizzie Chan

Through her love of comedy and tea, Lizzie Chan runs a tea room that focuses on mental wellness and inclusivity. She is an avid reader of poetry and simply loves …

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