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Indonesian and Their Snacking Habits

According to the studies released by YouGov in April last year, Indonesia is one of the top two countries within the Asia Pacific region with the biggest snacking habit. read more →

Housewives Persona Deep Dive

Housewives is one of the Shopper Personas that we considered as unique and has a significant portion on our total user base, which is representative of Indonesia’s population. read more →

Ready to Drink Tea in Indonesia

Drinking tea is a habitual ritual for Indonesians, planted from long time ago. It’s a common beverage choice among all ages, gender or socio-economic status. read more →

Snaptastic: 1 Million Play!

Today marks another special milestone—Snapcart app’s Snaptastic game has reached 1 million plays after only four months since the game was launched! read more →

Cosmetics for Indonesian Millennials

Beauty has been a human obsession since the dawn of civilization. Making oneself to appear beautiful has never ceased to exist even during the hardest times in history. read more →

Indonesia: A 2016 Review

2016 has been quite a year. For Snapcart, 2016 marks our first anniversary as well as the year where we become a regional company with an expansion in the Philippines. However, read more →

Rise of Minimarkets: Indonesia’s Purchase Shift from Super and Hypermarkets to Minimarkets

Minimarkets in Indonesia have been hailed as the “killer” of supermarkets since 2012. Its rapid growth has been largely driven by read more →

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Ready to Drink Tea in Indonesia

Drinking tea is a habitual ritual for Indonesians, planted from long time ago. It’s a common beverage choice among all ages, gender or socio-economic status. read more →

Cosmetics for Indonesian Millennials

Beauty has been a human obsession since the dawn of civilization. Making oneself to appear beautiful has never ceased to exist even during the hardest times in history. read more →

Rise of Minimarkets: Indonesia’s Purchase Shift from Super and Hypermarkets to Minimarkets

Minimarkets in Indonesia have been hailed as the “killer” of supermarkets since 2012. Its rapid growth has been largely driven by read more →

Still Bottled Water in Indonesia

Drinking water is one of the most vital resources on earth, and the idea of commercializing such commodity in the shape of bottled water was recorded to begun in the early 1600s in the United Kingdom. However read more →

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