It is undoubtedly obvious that Bakrie group has become the giant in Southeast Asia, especially its endurance during the wave of global financial crisis. BUMI Resources, Bakrie’s wing for coal mining, has been the backbone of Indonesia’s stock market for quite sometimes. Bakrieland is reportedly eyeing to aquire land for property business outside Indonesia. Bakrie has many companies running various businesses and industries from piping, mining, plantation, telecoms, and many many more, and in ceteris-paribus condition, it will soon become Southeast Asia’s largest conglomerate.
Just a quick share, that Bakrie’s telecommunication wing, Bakrie Telecom with its brand Esia has been selected as the best post-paid and pre-paid card, and awarded the Indonesia’s Customer Satisfaction Award. Esia is not the largest mobile operator in Indonesia, but indeed, it has developed many strategies and innovations to attract new customers and existing ones. I personally hope that it will expand its base beyond Indonesia border. Ready, Esia?
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Posted on September 8th, 2009 at 7:22 pm by Akhyari