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Tempo News: Tempo Newspaper Startup Award Held Today in Surabaya  

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Tempo Media Group is set to hold the 2017 Tempo Newspaper’s Startup Choice Award at Gedung Siola, Genteng, Surabaya, today on December 18.

As many as 16 startup companies out of 83 nominations that are regarded to have enormous potential, influential innovations, and high social impact will be awarded in the event.

Tempo Newspaper editorial partnered with Digitaraya, which is a development platform in the field of technology and startup, and the Government’s Creative Economy Agency (Bekraf) in filtering 83 startup companies that have not been funded by investors through a number of phases. They ended up with 16 startups in four categories.

The juries consist of Tempo Newspaper Editor in Chief Budi Setyarso, Digitaraya Vice President Nicole Yap, 8Villages Head Executive Sanny Gaddaf, Suara Surabaya Business Director Wahyu Widodo, and a team from the Infrastructure Deputy of Bekraf.

Editor In Chief Budi Setyarso said that many of the startup companies entered the business, not just for its business value but also to solve several problems that exist within their environment.

“We want to immortalize them by conveying our appreciation towards who we consider being the best in its field” said Budi.

Two out of the dozens of nominees Tempo Newspaper’s Startup Choice Award are Ruangguru.com, which is a marketplace that provides private tutors, and Bahaso, which is an online platform that teaches foreign languages to Indonesians. Founders of the two startups, Adamas Belvara and Iman Usman (Ruangguru) and Tyovan Widagdo (Bahaso) were included in Forbes’ 30 under 30.

 

ANDI IBNU | ANDITA RAHMA

 



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