[RECAP] Deloitte SPARK Indonesia

by | Oct 29, 2017 | News/Event Page, Recap

ANGIN was invited to attend Deloitte SPARK last Tuesday (29/10) at Decanter, Kuningan. In collaboration with Tech in Asia, Deloitte held up the first leg of the multi-city corporate innovation tour and Jakarta was the first city to begin with.

Deloitte SPARK aims to bring together professionals, clients, industry experts, and venture capitalist from a wide range of disciplines to share their thoughts and perspective on corporate innovation, start-up partnerships and other trending topics in innovation and technology.

What has been discussed in the event?

  1. Innovation in Healthcare Industry, presented by Steve Aditya, Life Science & Health Care Industry Leader for Deloitte Indonesia

Key Takeaways:

  • R&D spending in healthcare has been increasing over the past years but it is not followed by increasing return on heavy investment.
  • Society disease has been changed from a communicable disease (e.g. typhoid) to a lifestyle disease.
  • Consumers want a healthcare service which; they don’t have to wait for too long and can always be connected.
  • Innovation in healthcare can be ranged from elevating patient experience to optimizing support.
  • Improvement in healthcare regulation is also a must.


  1. Tech & Start-up Landscape in Indonesia, presented by Jason Lin, Start-up Ecosystem Lead, Deloitte SEA Innovation

Key Takeaways:

  • Most Startups based on location : Jakarta
  • Most Startups based on industry : First is e-commerce, media & entertainment, transportation, then fintech
  • From total 5.9B total funding in SEA, Indonesia is accounted for 50% of it
  • Top 3 investments in the past year:
    • Traveloka (series C)
    • Tokopedia (Series G)
    • Go-Jek (Series D)


  1. Corporate innovation & Start-up Partnership


  • Eddi Danasaputro, Mandiri Capital Indonesia, CEO
  • William Utomo, IDN Times, Co-founder & COO
  • Ir. Hari Sungkari, Creative Economy Agency of Indonesia, Deputy Chairman of Infrastructure
  • Noni Purnomo, Blue Bird, CEO

Key Takeaways:

  • To create a corporate-startup relationship, corporate must focus on their core strength while open a wide arm for start-ups to collaborate on new innovation.
  • A good vehicle for corporate-startup relationship can start from incubators. They should convince the company to connect with potential start-ups and eliminate trust issues from the investors
  • Start-ups should think about collaboration from the very first day because in the end what they need is to become profitable and sustainable.



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