The 5th day, the last day in Indonesia’s capital Jakarta, started with a sunny weather. After packing all our luggage and checking out the hotel, we went to visit Go-Jek. Wearing business casual, it took about one hour to reach the destination by coach. Unfortunately one of the speakers could not make it in time, however we were instructed by some young, mindful employees to visit the headquarter of Go-Jek. Go-Jek stands for the best and most efficient local enterprises, which provides a lot of functional application, such as Go-ride, Go-food, Go-Med and so on. Furthermore, Go-Pay, is one of the most applicable tools, which is invented to help local and also create more adding-value for Go-Jek. Because there are a huge number of residences which do not have any bank accounts, the application is conveniently used on smartphones.
Adding to our trip, after almost a decade when Go-Jek was born, the working place is increasing from 2 floors to 4. Additionally, Go-Jek’s working conditions resemble the one of Google. The working time is flexible, which means employees can work wherever and whenever they want. The workforce is young and comes from many religions and races, which fits to the condition “work fast, innovatively and spiritually”. The working condition is colorful, fascinating and enables to accelerate innovation. Examples of those conditions include Go-Gym, playing-game stations, bedrooms, coffee-shop and so on.
After 2 hours visiting the Go-Jek’s headquarters, we drove to the airport. Fortunately, there was not too much traffic at that time and it took about an hour to reach the airport. We were quite tired because it took a lot of time to check-in the flight under the hot conditions. After 3.15 p.m. (GMT+7), we flew to the beautiful and modern country – Singapore with one and half hours. While it was not a good take-off with bad weather, it was a good landing in Singapore. We had time for enjoying and recovering for the next days.