This research looks into the scale and impact of social and creative enterprises in Indonesia as well as some of the key challenges these businesses are facing.  We helped deliver this research as part of the British Council’s Developing Inclusive and Creative Economy (DICE) programme which aims to address economic and social exclusion through supercharging creativity, enterprise and collaboration.

The research is presented in two reports. The first is focused on creative and social enterprises and their contribution to more inclusive and sustainable development. While the second focuses on the investment landscape surrounding these businesses

The studies were carried out in collaboration with the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia Pacific (UNESCAP)