Jakarta. Home and living marketplace Renos.id is now expanding to Indonesia in a bid to help spur the country's digital economy and enable Indonesians to build their dream homes comfortably in just a few clicks.
The Trade Ministry projected that business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) platforms would add a whopping Rp 1,908 trillion ($132 billion) or account for 34 percent of the digital economy ecosystem by 2030. In response, Renos.id pledges to support Indonesia's digital economy by offering its technology for local businesses in the home and living sector.
"Renos.id seeks to become a catalyst for Indonesia's digital economy with technology that can facilitate local businesses, whether it is the micro, small, and medium enterprises [MSMEs] to the larger scale, in the home and living sector. [Hopefully, we can] help them reach a wider market with a transparent, safe, and comfortable transaction," Renos.id country director Adimarta said.
Before its Indonesian expansion, Renos.id first started in Thailand back in 2018 with Nocnoc.com. It claims to be the first marketplace in Indonesia specified for home living and home improvement goods.
Renos.id also serves as a platform for local businesses to sell their home and living products. Thanks to its artificial intelligence, sellers can make use of sales performance analytics to grow their businesses. This will, of course, propel Indonesia's digital economy, Adimarta said.
Renos.id ensures ease for customers to select products, compare prices, and shop safely and comfortably for its customers. Customers can enjoy end-to-end delivery, installations, and integrated consultation for their dream home.
"Amid the pandemic, with people spending more time at home, the need for comfortable housing increases. Renos.id is here to help out Indonesian realize that dream home safely and comfortably," Chonlak Mahasuvirachai, the president director at Renos Marketplace Indonesia, said.