The Republic of Indonesia hopes to rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic by bolstering its creative and tourism economies through the upskilling of young Indonesians.
A webinar run by the Australia-Indonesia Centre has heard how e-commerce giant Bukalapak invested in Australia to access skills and talent.
Relatively little is known about the other exciting applications of seaweed, and what role they can play in strengthening Australia-Indonesia trade and scientific collaboration.
The Indonesian unicorn’s first international base aims to recruit new talent and will also serve as an L&D centre for Australian & Indonesian engineers who specialise in analytics, AI and R&D.
Biscuit maker Mentari Nur Utari had been considering how to turn overseas enquiries for her unique food product into an export strategy. Read more
A pilot project to help Indonesian businesses develop their cyber security skills is already proving popular, with more places opened up to Read more
The Australia-Indonesia Centre and OpenLearning have formed a partnership to deliver programs into Indonesia that will improve research and collaborative skills. Read more