Women own almost half of the small and medium-sized businesses in Indonesia. Through training in digital tools and skills-sharing programs, they’re growing their businesses, shaping their communities, and helping Indonesia prosper.
Boosting confidence through personal discovery
Indonesia’s internet gender gap is reflected in a divergence of interests between men and women. Although both men and women place equal importance on gaining skills from online education, many more women also look to gain confidence from it.
Top three online education topics
Reasons for seeking online education
In Indonesia, women own 37% of small and medium businesses, but are estimated to contribute only 9% of GDP. Through workshops and training, both online and in person, women entrepreneurs across Indonesia are learning how to use technology to promote and grow their businesses.Learn more