Most investors see Southeast Asia as a fragmented market comprised of different countries with their own nuances with the potential of scaling up somewhat complicated. However, the tier 1 cities are on par with developed markets boosted by emerging middle class and strong consumer growth. The next tier of cities or the mass middle could be seen as developing market so essentially the divide is developed VS developing markets rather than on geographical lines.
What are the opportunities in SEA?
• How investors are viewing the region?
• How to capitalise on the burgeoning market?
• What is the Indonesia investment potential?
• Fragmented Vs homogeneous markets- is this the way to go?