Hello Krishnan, at The Ken we've always strived to push the envelopes of what our subscribers might appreciate, even if it isn't narrowly from their sector. For instance, why should a professional working in, say, FinTech, care for what's happening in Healthcare? Or Policy? Our answer has been because there are interconnections that matter. We operate at those intersections. Each of our stories is at the intersection of technology, business and people, at the least.
Today's story is important for all our readers because it is about the challenges, opportunities and approaches faced by one of the largest developing economies in Southeast Asia - Indonesia. The problems mentioned are not really all that different from those we've chronicled in India. And we also felt it was doubly relevant because the Education Minister of Indonesia is the 36-year old co-founder of one of the region's largest unicorns, Gojek. We literally have the intersection of Big Tech, EdTech and Education Policy in a country with the largest population of school children in the world, after China and India.
We don't publish SEA stories to our India subscribers often. But whenever we do, you can be sure it's because we really feel there is incredible relevance.