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Where To Get Groceries?

The pandemic brings a lot of change into our lives and one of them being how we shop for groceries. With the increase of online
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The Urge To Travel, Post Pandemic

Click here to download the infographics in Bahasa Indonesia With the pandemic dominating 2020 and the end of the year closing in, travel has been
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For The Love of Food

Despite the relative shift to home-cooking in Indonesia during the pandemic, there are still cases where we can see people dining out: whether it is
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About Taking Care Of Yourself

Not going out of the house much is not an excuse to stop taking care of oneself. In fact, it is more important to do
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Sentiments Towards The Second PSBB

On the 14th of September, Jakarta announced its second round of Large-scale Social Restriction (PSBB II) measures following the national daily infection rate hitting an
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Switching Brands: What Does It Take?

In our previous article, we’ve mentioned that from our August survey, 66% of consumers have stated that they have tried new brands and/or switched brands.
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A PSBB Post Mortem & Shifts In Consumer Trends

Lockdowns, social distancing and work-from-home arrangements have greatly disrupted the status-quo of essentially everything. Indonesia’s own form of strict social distancing (PSBB) was implemented earlier
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Giving Credit Where Credit (Card) Is Due

With all the new and modern ways of payment like e-wallets, QR, and cryptocurrency, it wouldn’t be fair if we don’t revisit one of the

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Mudik: From Year To Year

(Image credit: Wikimedia Commons) With Ramadan arriving, conversations about mudik (going back to one’s hometown, usually done during holidays) have started to come up. However,

Some Like It Fast

With the world all around us going faster and faster, fast food is becoming more of a necessary option for Indonesians. Whether it’s due to

What Does Indonesians Think About Webinars?

With the pandemic still around, offline gatherings are still practically off-limits. Hence, seminars, which used to be an event where people can share knowledge as

Snacks of Choice

The culture of snacking is hard to separate from Indonesians with its abundant choice of street food and home-industry-produced snacks. And this is even more

Staying Healthy With Technology

The use of health tech apps have slowly picked up, especially during the pandemic where commuting is discouraged. With offerings such as online health resources,