DailySocial.net is the first tech-blog covering Indonesia’s web startup scene founded by Rama Mamuaya. We started out using Indonesia’s Bahasa only, but we’ve got a lot of pressure from foreigners that would also like to know about Indonesian tech-startup scene. This is also a good way for us to brush up on our English.
DailySocial is a community-based blog where we held startup-related events to hangout with netpreneurs and influential people in the Tech industry. We also held monthly events for Startup to meet local and foreign investors. Our objective is simple, to give maximum exposure for Indonesian startups.
Founder and CEO of DailySocial.net, also contributes for DailySocial. Rama handles everything for his beloved blog from reports, codes, webmaster stuff, doing researches, events and even washing the dishes. Previously he worked for eFusion, PropertyKita.com and Bubu.com. Rama oversee DailySocial’s whole operations and occasionally blog and do keynotes/speaking gig about Indonesia’s tech-scene and internet industry.
A true form of an IT-guy living in London, has been actively involved in DailySocial since its first inception in late 2008. One of the most influential blogger in Indonesia through his audio podcasts such as PasarMalem Podcast, TooGeekToBeTrue and WarungSenggol. An expert in Microsoft dot NET and now working as a Business Analyst at WallStreet Systems, UK.
A Community Coordinator / Activist at a local Bandung book club, Tobucil whose also actively engaged as a Chief Editor for DailySocial ID. Also a contributor for RuangFreelance and is active in Bandung’s Startup Scene and community. Loves everything about journalism, books and is having a crush on his shiny new Lomo camera.
One of Indonesia’s best tech blogger, Amir has been blogging about mobile and technology since 2007. Amir writes blog posts and also develop content strategy on DailySocial. Also blogging about mobile and technology at Gajeto.com and Gadnix.com. Beside blogging, Amir loves talking about (European) football, movies and financial planning. Amir lives in Jakarta.
Previously working at FedEx Indonesia, Rahmat now oversee DailySocial’s marketing side where he nourishes relationships and collaboration with partners. Rahmat will also lead strategic partnerships and DailySocial’s further product development strategy. A geek-by-heart, Rahmat’s fascination and passion for technology blends perfectly with his marketing education background.
A long time technology blogger, previously writing for e27.sg, Jakarta Globe and was also the Executive Editor of Macworld Indonesia, now leads content development program and multimedia division + writing for DailySocial.
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