Monday
August 24
2020

Infradigital Helps Indonesian Schools Digitize Tuition and Enrollment

By Catherine Shu

In Indonesia, about half of adults are “underbanked,” meaning they don’t have access to bank accounts, credit cards and other traditional financial services. A growing list of tech companies are working on solutions, from Payfazz, which operates a network of financial agents in small towns, to digital payment services from GoJek and Grab. As a result, financial inclusion is increasing for consumers and small businesses in Southeast Asia’s largest country, but one group remains underserved: schools.

Photo courtesy of Alireza Attari

Source: TechCrunch (link opens in a new window)

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Coronavirus, Education
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banking, coronavirus, digitization, education, emerging markets, financial inclusion, small business