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Indonesia's SMEs hold the key to growth. How can they scale up?

In Indonesia there is one SME for every five people, but most of them are micro-enterprises. How can they scale up? Image: Farhan Abas on Unsplash

Arip Tirta
President, Evermos
Prasanti W. Sarli
Head of Social Impact, Evermos
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