Глобальный индекс экосистем стартапов 2022

2022 | StartupBlink View the Global Startup Map p. 167 The 3rd highest ranked city in Indonesia, Surabaya jumped 50 spots to 709th, while Medan dropped 33 spots to 902nd. Yogyakarta had a significant fall of 236 spots, ending at 904th as the last Indonesian city ranked in the top 1000 globally. Indonesia currently has 5 cities ranked in the global top 1000, after two cities have dropped out from the Index. The Indonesian startup economy is propelled by the strength of Jakarta and its ability to continue advancing against very competitive ecosystems. Startup Ecosystem Overview Indonesia has the largest market size in Southeast Asia and a young, talented, internet savvy workforce. With a population over 250 million, Indonesia enjoys the rare advantage of creating massive startups and unicorns that can focus on the low hanging fruit of serving its own domestic economy. In recent years, improving the country’s connectivity has been a focal point for the public sector. For the startup landscape, this translated into additional government support for tech and IT startups. In addition, efforts have been made to attract investment and reduce the regulatory barriers for establishing a business. Still, Indonesian startups face challenges due to high levels of bureaucracy. Supported by these initiatives, Indonesia has become a leader in Southeast Asia for tech investment. Success stories such as J&T Express, Ovo, and Traveloka are more and more common with startups racing to achieve unicorn status. With global exposure in events such as Jejala ID (an event that promotes the tech scene in Indonesia), startups in Indonesia are getting the attention they will need to scale up. Growth in digital infrastructure, partly accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, can be a huge gain for Indonesia's startup ecosystems. Cities on the Island of Bali have long been attractive to digital nomads. Now, with better internet connectivity, foreign talent might finally have the opportunity to establish their businesses and form startup hubs in Indonesia. Jakarta is the key startup hub in Indonesia, as most of the country’s entrepreneurial activity takes place in the capital city. Early stage Median round: $1.05M Medium and late stage Median round: $19.5M Startups Funding Share