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What is an SPAC and how does it impact a Gojek IPO?

Firstly let me say this; before I got into fintech in Indonesia I had no idea what a SPAC was. I’m still a bit confused about the whole thing but according to Investopedia: A special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) is formed to raise money through an initial public offering to buy another company. Have a look over the Investopedia site for a broader definition as its outside of my scope at the time being.

What sells on Shutterstock

Well, here is an interesting update. Up until June of this year all of my photos on Shutterstock had been nature and animal photos. Animals photos on Shutterstock have generated $2.90 over the last two years. 15% of the photos in the Animal collection have been downloaded. The most downloaded photo is on the bottom right in the photo below. I think it’s worth noting that these photos are not particularly special and quite a few were shot on iPhones. Nature photos on Shutterstock have generated $2.61 over the last two years. 10% of the photos in the Nature collection

When will GoJek have an IPO?

Its no secret, I’m a fan of GoJek in Indonesia. I’ve been impatiently waiting to see when the Gojek IPO will occur for years. In

Sustainability in 2019 and How We Travel Responsibly

We understand that all travel has an environmental impact. Today, eco-tourism, or responsible tourism, creates a positive effect on the places we visit. We do our best to support businesses who are on a mission to better the world around them. Here are some ways we have changed to embrace a more eco-conscious lifestyle.

2019 Responsible Tourism Companies – Siem Reap Food Tours in Cambodia

A form of community-based tourism shown by this small business having a positive impact. For nearly four hours we ate and ate and ate. We rode a tuk-tuk, while Steven hung on the back, or front, depending on where we were going. We went to places that did not look like places we would have chosen to go on our own.

Gojek vs Grab in Indonesia

The first thing you notice in Bali are the green helmets of scooter drivers. Gojek vs Grab is the ultimate question in Indonesian transport.