Staged Market Definition/Analysis/Opportunity Report Exploring Indonesia - Australia fintech opportunities for the two-wheel EV market
About the Engagement
Sky Credit Pty Ltd is a “digital first” financial services provider offering online direct-to-consumer credit focused on the near-prime risk segment of the Australian market. They also offer white-label embedded finance solutions to third parties and have a wholly-owned subsidiary providing technology and risk services.
The Indonesian motorcycle market is the third largest in the world. Transitioning to electric motorcycles represents a once-in-a-century structural change in the market, potentially facilitating the entry of Australian companies to the Indonesian market, including fintech and other financing companies.
Katalis is seeking a provider to conduct a staged exploration and analysis of the emerging electric mobility market sector in Indonesia and identify opportunities for Katalis’s business beneficiary (Sky Credit Pty Ltd, an Australian fintech firm) to engage based on their technological strengths. The tenderer will be expected to have an excellent understanding of the emerging electric mobility sector including financing and be able to demonstrate a strong track record of relevant experience. The assignment will encompass three distinct stages with a go/no-go decision point at the end of stages one and two.
- Stage 1 – Market definition.
- Stage 2 – Detailed market analysis.
- Stage 3 – Detailed opportunity analysis.
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Interested tenderers must register their interest to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, 3 February 2023 at 23:59 pm WIB (UTC+7) . A pre-tender briefing will be conducted. Registered tenderers will be contacted directly by email with details.
Submissions will close on Friday, 17 February 2023 at 23.59 pm WIB (UTC+7). Contact email@example.com if you have any further inquiries.
The Governments of Indonesia and Australia have entered into the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA), creating a framework to unlock the vast potential of the bilateral economic relationship. To support this ambition, the IA-CEPA includes a new program – IA-CEPA ECP Katalis (Katalis). The primary objective of Katalis is to ensure the efficient and effective implementation of IA-CEPA to increase two-way trade and investment that is broad-based and inclusive.