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Indonesian entrepreneurs are interested in Indian IT

Young Indonesians are interested in Indian IT

Pune, April 28 (UITV): Indonesian young entrepreneurs are interested to know about Information Technology (IT) and artificial intelligence (AI) in India. On Thursday a group of Indonesian students and young entrepreneurs visited Indonesian company Japfa Comfeed India’s plant at Vimannagar and the Bajaj Auto’s plant at Chakan.

Geraldi Dzakwan, a young entrepreneurs and student of Institute of Technology Bandung in Indonesia told that he is interested in Indian IT. Geraldi, who had been visited a startup warehouse of NASSCOM in Bengaluru said, “If I can develop a start-up in this area, I will be quite successful”.

Another student of Tourism Business at Gadjah Mada University of Java, Lia Andarina, has also been expressed her interest. She told, “I want to know more about IT and technology in India which is so different from Indonesia”.

Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ director of public diplomacy Al Busyra Basnur told, “As a young developing nation, Indonesia had lot to learn from India, which has excelled in IT, startups, and many other business areas”.

Al Busyra Basnur, Director of Public Diplomacy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Indonesia

 

   

Written by Ujjainee Chakraborty