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Healthcare is definitely everyone’s concern. It is a big topic, and also a big portion of spending both in government, private sector, and in personal life. There’s so much happening in Indonesian healthcare…
Indonesia’s healthcare expenditure is predicted to reach US$60.6 billion in 2018 with a growth of 14.9 percent over the 2012-2018 period on account of faster growth in age groups above 35 years, urbanization and an increase of lifestyle-related diseases such as cancer and diabetes, says research and consulting firm Frost & Sullivan (Quoted from Jakarta Post).
There is also a survey from Edelman in collaboration with UGM in 2013 which found out that today’s healthcare professionals (HCPs) are turning to the Internet to empower patients with information while also using the Internet to strengthen their professional network.
And another hot topic for Indonesia is the implementation of Universal Health Coverage – Jamkesmas, starting from Jan 1, 2014!
As MobileMonday, we naturally ask, is there any opportunities for mobile in the healthcare ecosystem?
Joining us in the event – representing different views from the industry are:
For registration please go to this link: http://www.mobilemonday.co.id/register-event
See you there!
Indonesia as a country has a competitive and stable financial system, however majority of the people still have little or no access at all to banking services. Recent World Bank data shows that only 20% of people above 15-year-old have access to banking services, this is behind our ASEAN neighbours. Every one believes that mobile, Indonesia being a country with a very high mobile penetration, could address this gap… offering mobile money services for the unbanked and the underserved segments.
There are a couple of recently launched mobile money services in Indonesia, so on this MobileMonday networking Event we are going to hear them explaining their point of view and understanding the potential. The speakers are:
Join us at the event:
Registration can be found here: http://www.mobilemonday.co.id/register-for-the-event
Special thanks for BlackBerry for their annual 2013 platinum sponsorship for MobileMonday Indonesia!
You are cordially invited to a special MobileMonday Networking Night about “BB10 Show Case – What Can’t BB10 Do?”
Following up the recent BB10 launch in Indonesia, definitely we want to understand what’s in this much anticipated platform. This new platform brings a lot of multimedia features, new Hub/Flow experience, while retaining a lot of BB much loved services.
The question are what is the impact of this launch for developers, consumers, operators, and local business? What are the new opportunities that they can tap into? How to maximize this platform and BB support/ecosystem to build a better experience for us, consumers?
We’ll hear from the BlackBerry Indonesia team… and of course see and touch the new devices! Meet up with fellow developers who already have BB10 Apps. Network and have fun! And did I mention door prizes?
Speaking on this event are the friends from BlackBerry Indonesia team:
Please note the venue of the event.
See you there!!
The registration is now CLOSED.
We owe you this recap, mainly to translate most of what the speakers said during the event
Amie Laras from Ulin Ulin Indonesia (@ulinulin_id) started the presentation, explaining her passion to improve both 1) Indonesian / Balinese small/micro business related to tourism and 2) experience of visiting tourists. Amie explained that many of information found about Indonesia, esp. Bali is somewhat outdated.
She addressed this problem by creating an app (yeah, “there’s an App for that”) that combines thousand hours of foot work research of Point of Interests (POI), photos, and story telling, all about Bali. Actually the app is more or less a front end of Ulin Ulin’s location and map platform.
So on the other flipside, the platform can be opened for B2B use cases. They demonstrated a hotel app that uses the same information back-end but adding a couple of functionalities for the guests interacting with hotel’s services.
Next, Gaery of very popular Tiket.com was on stage… He explained what they do and how he sees the upwards trend for online travel ecosystem, including the use of mobile (definitely usage of mobile is increasing). In APAC 15% are projected to book travel products and services via mobile by 2013.
Tiket.com overall customer is 17% mobile, 31% travel aggregator, and 52% desktop.
From their statistics, about 9% of the customers are now booking flight from mobile – still pretty much a small fraction, so let’s revisit in the near future to understand the growth. However average transaction value from mobile seems to be higher… Another interesting fact is that ~70% of mobile transaction comes from mobile apps (vs 30% from browser), but sales conversion rate is much lower in mobile apps…
Tiket.com mentioned that partners are important part of their strategy. They provide open API for their partners to leverage.
Next we have Amiranto from J-Spot Mobile. He demo’ed an app/magazine combo “Indonesia in Your Hand” – showing off augmented reality capability. In addition to the AR, what is worthy to be noted is that the app/magazine is being used extensively by our Ministry of Tourism/Creative Economy to promote Indonesia.
Iip Azhar (@iipazhar) from RIM (or known as BlackBerry now), shared his view on mobile tourism. Tourism can not escape the SoLoMo trend for sure… few stats: mobile traffic to tourism sites has increased by 72%… people are using mobile to research restaurant, attraction and accomodation.
He mentioned that there’s an app for the whole tourism experience – research/discovery, booking, during the travel, social sharing. Some notable Indonesian apps are: RajaKamar, Garuda Indonesia, BCA and Mandiri, and BlueBird, not to forget Menoo, Makan Di Mana, and PicMix. Wikitude is also something interesting, which promises to unlock more AR capability in BB10.
I believe there’s still plenty of apps/services that we haven’t listed here, Toresto for example, and may more.
And for you, dear reader, that would like to start a mobile/technology start up, don’t forget to visit Founder Institute Jakarta – their Spring 2013 intake is open now.
One more thing, there’s an exciting event about Indonesian Travel – arranged by WIT (Web In Travel). This is the first time WIT is held in Indonesia. Mark your calender: 27 March 2013 @ Pullman Central Park, Jakarta.
Slides are being uploaded. Stay tuned.
UPDATED ! Venue information.
Dear MoMo Friends,
Hope this message finds you well, safe and sound from all the recent flood in Jakarta.
Tourism industry is one of Indonesia’s economic pillar. We serve millions of domestic and international tourists (latest prediction is 11 million foreign tourists per year by 2015). Creating a good portion of contribution in our GDP – on average 6% of Indonesian GDP.
Mobile is definitely a good fit in tourism. Being location and context aware, we can imagine a service/apps that can direct tourists to the right spot and attractions – attractions that sometimes are missed. This will benefit not just big businesses, but also for micro business and SMB… will greatly enhance their discoverability. Tourists on the other hand we think are also longing for high quality information about Indonesia, both prior to their visit and during their visit.
We’ve seen a recent spike in tourism oriented services in Indonesia. I’m also curious though, whether our recent (year end?!) holiday experience can be enhanced by many of services and apps that mobile can offer.
Next Monday, come and join us with
Special thanks for BlackBerry / Research in Motion for annual sponsorship for MobileMonday Indonesia.
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How do you strengthen your relationship with the increasingly fragmented audience?
Can you engage your customers amidst the media clutter and low attention span?
Do you know how to measure if your mobile investment translates to brand growth and tangible business benefits?
At the end of this event, you will acquire holistic skills to plan, implement, and measure your mobile branding strategies. Pick up real-world tactics and proven strategies from renowned brands such as Telkomsel, Unilever, RIM, and more. Discover how best practitioners utilise mobile to deliver highly targeted message, maximise campaign reach, improve engagement, and cultivate loyalty. Understand how to optimise mobile investment, improve campaign execution, and develop ROI framework for your brand
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Hi Friends of MobileMonday! You are cordially invited to come and join us in MobileMonday 5th anniversary celebration. Yes, we’ve started the community since 2007, and its 2012 already!
For the first time, MobileMonday Indonesia will be hosting an open talk show featuring some of the top names in the Indonesia mobile industry players. Join them to retrace what’s happening in the last 5 years in of the mobile industry.
Joining us are our special guests from MobileMonday Global community - Jari Tammisto (CEO MobileMonday Global), Mauro Montanaro (well-known exec in mobile/tech industry), Alex Lambeek (CEO AORA TV) also friends from MobilelMonday Pasadena and MobileMonday Thailand.
The event will be held on Monday, 19 November 2012 at 18:00 WIB. Event venue is at The Only One Club, fx Sudirman, 5th Floor, Jakarta.
There will be lots of surprises and giveaways from RIM, Telkomsel, Nexian, Qualcomm, Kibar Kreasi, 7 Langit and more…
Special thanks for Research in Motion, the maker for BlackBerry smartphones, for the current Platinum sponsorship in MobileMonday Indonesia.
Please fill the form below to register for the MobileMonday Indonesia Event. (Click the MORE button if you can’t see the form, please). Registration link is BACK.
3-5th October 2012
Mandiri Tower, Plaza Bapindo
We’re looking for Indonesia’s programming talents to build awesome apps using APIs from our sponsors: Nokia (Windows Phone), Evernote and Foursquare. Hackers can register to join our hackathon here. Sparxup Hackathon is also supported by Binus International.
Our signature-competition is available for Indonesian startups, our previous winners are GantiBaju.com, Lewatmana.com, iAbilities and Bistip.com. Winning Sparxup Awards can give your startup attention from media, potential partners, early adopters, even investors!
Our conference’s grand theme is XXX: eXplore, eXecute, eXpand. It’s all about sharing knowledge, good discussions and awesome networking sessions. We have people from Foursquare, Evernote, Netprice, Groupon, GREE Ventures, Microsoft and Yahoo! Indonesia with audience from more than 20 countries gathered to know more about Indonesia’s tech scene.
We’re supporting our younger future tech entrepreneurs by giving steep discounts for students. By showing us your student ID upon onsite registration, students can pay IDR 300.000 for all access to conference and awarding night.
For more information regarding sponsoring Sparxup 2012, please contact us via email: email@example.com
Update 21 Sep: Registration for MobileMonday Event “Monetizing Your Startup in the Mobile Era” is now CLOSED.
The event will be held on Monday, 24 September 2012 at 18:00 WIB. Event venue is at Amigos Restaurant, Bellagio Mall, Kawasan Mega Kuningan Jakarta.
This event is co-hosted by Boost (boost-asia.com) and supported by XL, Biznet, and Gree. Special thanks to XL for co-hosting it … with special appearance from Bu Dian who will welcome us all in the event.
We will have a chance to hear about mobile startup scene in Indonesia from our colleagues from XL and Boost, and we will hear some of Boost startups in mobile space sharing their products / services and the story behind their venture. But most of all, we will have the opportunity to network with your peers and the industry experts.
Presenting in the event are:
MobileMonday would also like to thanks Research in Motion the maker of BlackBerry for their annual platinum sponsorship – making this event possible.
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