BStartup: The Need to Cooperate with Chinese Companies to Boost Indonesian Digital Economy


Jababeka teamed up with Zoomy, the content platform and digital advertising based on Smart Wi-Fi Router, held Business to Business (B2B) event themed “The 1st Indonesia-China I.T. Summit” at the President Lounge, Batavia Tower, on Wednesday (5/10).

The event was attended by Director of Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) for Promotion Facilitation Husein Maulana SIP M.Si, President Director of PT Grahabuana Cikarang Sutedja Sidarta Darmono, Zoomy Media Indonesia CEO Richard Ma, founder of Nusantara Venture and Shinta Danuwardoyo, Grace K. Chan from Codapay and BStartup CEO Paul Luo.

On the occasion, Paul said that cooperating with the companies from China can make a useful contribution for startups.

“We hope that by taking our part in this, it can help startups to improve their mindsets by providing connections for them,” he said.

Paul added that he wanted to build an ecosystem to help startups continue to grow, “so they can have an impact on economic innovation in Indonesia to get stronger and better for the population.”

Bstartup currently oversees two startups namely and is a startup engaged in insurance in the form of an online marketplace, while is a startup engaged in service providers and property that connects directly the users with the service providers according to the location. New entry this year is The Sourze which is B2B Procurement Management Platform.

The event was held in cooperation with several Chinese companies and media. They were, among other, Apus, Codapay, UC News, Xinhua News Agency, Tencent Technology, China, (Fakhri/TPP)