Tuesday , January 19 2021

Jokowi: The neighboring country is afraid of Go-Jek



Indonesian pilot companies have faced obstacles to penetrating the neighboring markets.

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, TANGERANG – President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) acknowledged that there are opportunities for startup (Start-Up) Indonesia goes to neighboring countries. However, there are barriers to penetration into neighboring markets.

"Our neighbors feared the names of Go-Jek, they are very scared by the way for me how to come"To prevent us from entering the market," President Jokowi told Tangerang City, Banten, on Sunday (11/11).

President Jokowi attended the Fourth Anniversary of the Indonesian Solidarity Party (PSI), which was held in ICE BSD City, Tangerang City. With about 3,000 PSI staff, Jokowi said Indonesia had a rapid development of the creative industry.

"Now we have four unicorn start in seven Start-Up the largest in Southeast Asia, the fourth is owned by small children, "he said.

fourth unicorn it's Traveloka, Go-Jek, Bukalapak and Tokopedia. unicorn The startup value worth more than a billion dollars or equivalent for Rp 13.5 trillion (Rp 13.500 per US dollar).

"This is a leap for young people to follow, why PSI does not jump so," he said.

He mentioned that Go-Jek came to Vietnam and soon entered Singapore and the Philippines. "This is the age of young people who have to jump, there are opportunities, there are opprotunity here, "he said.

President Jokowi also assessed that there are currently young people in politics who build parties with innovative, creative, hard work and full responsibility, or PSI. "I see how PSI fights unicorn in the party world in Indonesia, the capital is enthusiasm and hard work, "he said.


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