DENPASAR, NusaBali.com - The TiE Indonesia Launch Ceremony held alongside with the Tri Hita Karana Dialogue ‘Building Indonesia’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystems with Global Connection’ bring together Tri Hita Karana Forum and United In Diversity Foundation network of alumni, partners, government officials, venture capitalists, and the startup community to co-create a strategic roadmap for entrepreneurship and investor ecosystem with TiE Indonesia Chapter.
The dialogue will feature discussions on bridging MSMEs financing gap, capacity building, innovative policy for cluster ecosystem, inclusive paradigm for women and vulnerable communities, and developing future knowledge edge.
The TiE Indonesia Launch Ceremony came at the heel of the TiE Global Summit held in partnership with the Singapore Fintech Festival that was just completed in Singapore, and attended by over 62,000 participants from 134 countries, including Nadiem Makarim, Minister of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology.
TiE Indonesia chapter is honoured to have Minister Nadiem himself who was a highly successful entrepreneur having co-founded Indonesia’s first unicorn and decacorn Gojek, as the Honorary Patron of TiE Indonesia Chapter.
The Co Chairs are United In Diversity Foundation President Ambassador Tantowi Yahya and TiE Global Trustee Amit Gupta.
The TiE Indonesia Launch Ceremony and Tri Hita Karana Dialogue is honoured to have the presence of Amalia Adininggar Widyasan, Deputy Minister for Economic Affairs, Ministry of National Development Planning/Bappenas, Mari Pangestu Presidential Envoy of G20 Bali Global Blended Finance Alliance, and I Gede Arya Sugiartha, Head of the Bali Province Cultural Service, Bali Provincial Government, along with Ministry of Education, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of National Development & Planning, Ministry of Communication and Informatics, Coordinating Ministry of Maritime and Investment, along with leading Universities faculty from MIT, Tsinghua, venture capitalists and others from the entrepreneurial community.
“The launch of TiE Indonesia Chapter is a testament to the potential of our nation. We are igniting a new chapter in fostering entrepreneurial spirits, aligned with global markets and innovation”, says Ambassador Tantowi Yahya, President of the United In Diversity Foundation, Roving Ambassador for the Pacific, and CoChair of the Massive Inclusive Impact MSMEs.
Indonesia is Southeast Asia’s largest market and is a leader for tech and green investment. With a young, talented, tech-savvy workforce, conducive regulatory environment and support for business digitisation, Indonesia is poised to become a hotbed of sustainable and inclusive innovations with massive startups and the creation of unicorns and decacorns to further propel the nation’s impressive economic growth.
Amit Gupta, Group CEO of Ecosystm Group and TiE Global Board of Trustee adds, “Indonesia, the ‘Emerald Archipelago of Opportunities’ is a vibrant canvas of innovation and entrepreneurship. It is a great opportunity for TiE to catalyse startup ecosystem, foster growth and connect local ingenuity to international network.”
The TiE Indonesia Chapter will be joining the 60 TiE Chapters around the world that span North America, Europe, India, Africa, Middle East, East Asia Pacific and Australia. Established in Silicon Valley with over 15,000 members globally, TiE Global is the largest entrepreneur and investor network in the world.
With the mission to foster entrepreneurship as a force for good and growth, TiE Indonesia Chapter with TiE Global will provide the support system to nurture Indonesia startup and MSMEs with a ‘Better Business Better World’ motto.
The United In Diversity Bali Campus will be the hub for TiE Indonesia Chapter alongside UN global initiative Sustainable Development Solutions Network Southeast Asia, Tsinghua Southeast and Rocky Mountain Institute Southeast Asia centres.