By UK/Indonesia 2016-18 team

29 September 2017 - 08:39

As the global economy changes at lightning speed, thousands of innovative spaces where people can design, test, scale and launch enterprising new ideas have popped up around the world, including in Indonesia. These hubs allow inventive and imaginative people to come together to share workspaces, access experience, tools and investment, and exchange ideas. 

To understand this changing environment, British Council Indonesia commissioned the Centre for Innovation Policy and Governance to map creative hubs in Indonesia, as one of a series of reports across South East Asia.

The research acts as a starting point for further exploration, and a provocation of ideas for future programmes by all those who are interested in the fast-changing world of creative hubs.

Download the report from the link below.