Indonesia celebrates Gandrung Sewu Festival in October, one of the newer festivals started in 2012 that celebrates the country’s rich ancient culture and folklore.
This is the October-2022 edition of The Pulse, brought to you by ASEAN Business Partners. Our endeavour is to capture the trends and developments in this vibrant region to help you identify business opportunities in Asia.
The focus of this month is on Indonesia as we move towards the final quarter of the year. Just like this newsletter spotlights new topics, Indonesia celebrates Gandrung Sewu Festival in October, one of the newer festivals started in 2012 that celebrates the country’s rich ancient culture and folklore.
We write on the way forward for digital banks in ASEAN, Indonesia’s “10 new Bali’s” project, ABP’s Executive Search services, Vietnam’s future in blockchain gaming, and the increased importance of cybersecurity in Southeast Asia.
ABP’s local presence and strong local network allows it to recommend the most appropriate candidates chosen across diverse fields to help businesses achieve their outcomes and outperform.
As Vietnam looks to become a powerhouse in the gaming industry over the next decade, it will require organizations to adapt to popular technologies such as blockchain to innovate and remain abreast with popular demand.
With hybrid working models becoming the norm in the post-pandemic era, cyber attacks ramp up due to the weaker security of working from home networks. Cybersecurity becomes notably important, especially when preventing phishing emails from causing any breaches.
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