Traveloka inaugurated its new headquarters, the Traveloka Campus, in the BSD Green Office Park. The Traveloka Campus building won the Gold Winner award in the FIABCI Indonesia REI Excellence Awards 2020 and received a Gold from the Indonesian Green Building Council.
The BSD Green Office Park is the certification first office complex in Indonesia to receive the Green Mark District from the International Building and Construction Authority (BCA) Singapore.
The inauguration was marked by the opening of the Traveloka Campus logo and was attended by (1) the Minister of Communication and Information Technology, Johnny G. Plate, (2) the Deputy Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy, Angela Tanoesoedibjo, and (3) the Regent of Tangerang, Ahmed Zaki Iskandar.
Traveloka as the biggest travel app in south-east asia has moved around 1600 employees to kick-start at the new campus. In his speech, The Minister of Communication and Information Technology mentioned that all business sectors are expected to collaborate and adapt to the latest technological developments to create a more innovative contribution to the Indonesian society.
The Vice Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy envisions that digital technologies will accelerate the recovery in the tourism sector and supports applications that help boost the tourism sector. Digital Hub is a 26 hectares area in BSD City designated for startups, communities, educational institutions, and multinational companies focusing on the digital and technology industry.
Albert (Co-founder Traveloka) expressed that a dynamic and innovative environment such as Digital Hub is important for technology companies to boost their productivity and creativity. The Group CEO of SML, Michael Widjaja, believes that Traveloka’s presence in Digital Hub will result in fostering technological cooperation and innovation.
Some other fellow companies located in the Digital Hub ecosystem are: Sirclo, Unilever, Grab, and NTT. Educational institutions are also present in the ecosystem: Monash University, BINUS, Apple Developer Academy, Binar Academy, Purwadhika Digital Technology School, Techpolitan Digital Industry School and Creative Nest.