BANDUNG- Indigo.id becomes the only pioneering incubator digital business (start-up) from Indonesia that is present as an exhibitor at the event of Indonesian pavilion booth at the largest digital business in Europe, CEBIT, Hannover, Germany, from March 20th-24th 2017.
Indonesian pavilion with the theme 'Archipelageek' is a booth provided by Indonesian Government through the Ministry of Industry (Kemenperin) and Creative Economy Agency (Bekraf).
Managing Director of Indigo.id, Ery Punta Hendraswara said CEBIT was officially opened on Sunday night, March 19th, 2017, by two prime ministers of two German Chancellors, Angela Merkel and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
The theme of CEBIT 2017 is "Digital Business, DiConomy" that was attended by more than 3,000 global exhibitors and speakers, from Edward Snowden to Smart Robot Pepper.
Ery said that the visitors will come from 100 countries around the world at the exhibition that has been held since 1970's. That is why the presence of Indigo.id is very important at this event since it is in line the theme.
"Indigo.id has begun to open our booth to the public from today (Monday, March 20th, red), besides attending the global conference. We are happy to invite diaspora, students and professionals to our booth location in Hall 06/F08 at Cebit Hannover," Ery reported in his official statement in Bandung, on Wednesday (03/22/2017).
Ery explained, as the only Indonesian incubator at the event, he will try to build a global connectivity. Either for Indonesia to start up into the arena of global market, as well as to build a network of mentoring and collaborating with other incubators.
Indigo.id, said Ery, will work hard to introduce the program to global market the five days-show through a number of his portfolio representation in front of the world.
"We will also be a speaker at Indonesian Business Networking event, we would like to present our programs there" he said.
So far, all of his programs have a good response and a chance to enter the global arena. There is no more chance for global perspective service than those who share local content.
"Everything has a chance. For example Angon.id (start-up investment of livestock, red), it even attracts foreign investors. The visitors have a variety of views, so we will tell all of our targets," he continued.
Indigo.id continues to be engaged in this global relations in order to provide convenience to penetrate the target start-up to join broader markets. Before CEBIT 2017, a similar attempt was conducted by establishing an internal strategic with PT International Telekomunikasi Indonesia (Telin) to be presented in four continents of the world. Indigo.id previously cooperated with an incubator from Malaysia, MAGIC (Malaysia Global Innovation and Creative Centre), on 30 November 2016. The cooperation was carried out by Managing Director of Indigo, Ery Punta and Executive Director of Entrepreneurship Development of MAGIC, Johnathan Lee at Block 3730, Cyberjaya, Malaysia, also attended by ASEAN Entrepreneurship Director of MAGIC Yusnee Yusof Rahmat and the CEO of Telkom International (Telin) Malaysia Oki Wiranto.
"In addition to MAGIC, Indigo with similar concept also cooperated with SVA Technology Alliance. That connects between special start-up of Southeast Asia with a global network of direct start-up in Silicon Valley, the United States," he concluded. (MAT)