ANGIN, supported by the Sasakawa Peace Foundation from Japan, has launched the long-awaited second part of the Start-up Assistance Organizations (SAO) research reports titled, “Start-up Assistance Organizations in Indonesia: Performance, Challenges and Solutions.”
The report is divided into four main parts, with analysis conducted through exclusive interviews with experts and key ecosystem players. The first part delves into perspectives from both startups and investors on ecosystem expectations and the role that SAOs play in it. Next, it identifies key challenges and gaps faced by Indonesian SAOs in running their programs and achieving their objectives. Third is a focus on women entrepreneurs and their interactions and involvement in SAOs as well as challenges from the SAO side on recruiting more women entrepreneurs. Finally, the report ties up findings from first and second report to provide a solutions framework for designing an SAO program in Indonesia as well as recommendations on creating more gender-inclusive SAO environments.
The previous report maps the landscape of SAOs in Indonesia and SAOs as entities that offer a spectrum of support services to entrepreneurs and ventures at different growth stages to develop successful and viable businesses. It identifies 53 SAO programs in Indonesia and classifies the programs into four main categories: incubators, accelerators, ecosystem builders, and other support programs.
Coverage in TechInAsia: https://id.techinasia.com/laporan-angin-inkubator-akselerator-startup-indonesia
Coverage in e27: https://e27.co/women-led-ventures-22-per-cent-of-accelerator-participants-indonesia-20180621/
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The report provides insights about the performance of Indonesian SAOs from the perspective of three main ecosystem players: SAOs, capital providers, and start-ups. The report also identifies the key challenges faced by SAOs in Indonesia and provides a solutions framework and recommendations for creating and running an SAO in Indonesia. The report also provides key findings on how SAOs can support women entrepreneurs and the challenges SAOs face in promoting more women entrepreneurs.