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  • Label Free View Magazine - VIEW MAGAZINE - NOVEMBER EDITION 2016

    KIM WOO BIN BAD BOY SWEETHEART KOREA SELATAN YANG MENERIMA PREDIKAT AKTOR PALING SOPAN   SNEAK PEEK PERSEMBAHAN YAVADVIPA UNTUK PAPUA 48 JAM PENUH BERSAMA AYAH SIARAN LANGSUNG DUA AJANG MUSIK DI DUA BENUA

  • The Peak Indonesia - The Peak Indonesia Magazine November 2016

    A STATE OF MIND Innovation is a state of mind. It does not belong only in the area of technology or digitalisation. Essentially innovation reflects how we see the world and if we are able to push society forward. We can innovate from the smallest things in our daily life to creating outstanding prod

    ucts such as Steve Jobs or Nadiem Makarim. at its core, innovation lies at the heart of our desire to improve our lives. this definition perfectly fits arnold Limasnax, CeO of e-motion entertainment, the subject of our cover story this issue. Despite having failed in a previous music venture, the en

    trepreneur did not lose heart and instead teamed up with his sister to set up e-motion entertainment on top of running his family’s logistics business. What is particularly impressive is his ability to merge two apparently diverse industries. Only a person of broad perspective and deep insight

    s can see find a way to link logistics and music. “When people comment that logistics and entertainment are so far apart, its actually the reverse,” he tells the peak Indonesia. “they complement each other.” “In entertainment, one learns about research and development,

    production and publishing, promotion, branding-packaging-distribution,” he adds. “While in logistics, it involves services systems, networks, speed and efficiency as well as optimisation, human resources, safety and more.” In the process, he is uplifting many local artists and musi

    cians. his relationship with tompi, whom he met while looking for a wedding singer and with whom he now sings with, is an illustration of arnold’s deep passion for the industry. Without doubt entertainment is a new growth sector in Indonesia and offers huge potential for budding entrepreneurs.

    But as with many other sectors, it too is undergoing a great transformation and disruption so innovation will be critical. Creativity and innovation will continue to drive change not only in the music industry but across the whole economy. Change as they say is the only constant in life.

  • The Peak Indonesia - Gregory Teo And David Tjiptobiantoro | The Peak Indonesia

    The Thrill of Speed I never quite understood the thrill of driving a fast car until I actually drove a Ferrari. It was exhilarating and heart pumping but surprisingly not as difficult as I thought it would be. Having sat in the driver’s seat in one of these supercars, I would jump at the chanc

    e of doing it again. and being a woman, I have to say that we of the fairer sex can enjoy the experience and thrill as much as our male brothers. Driving a Ferrari for pleasure and actually racing are of course like salt and cheese. It takes courage, experience and skill to race in a super car and f

    or this reason I greatly admire David tjiptobiantoro, the subject of our cover story for this edition. “ Driving a Ferrari gives you an adrenaline rush like none other,” he tells us in an exclusive interview. David has teamed up with Gregory teo, who also  shares his passion for rac

    ing and for Ferrari to establish  t2 Motorsports to form a racing team and to share their passion and dedication. the duo will participate in several international racing events such as the Ferrari Challenge asia pacific. This special partnership is the first cross-straits racing team formed be

    tween Singapore and Indonesia, a first in Southeast asia. the team is completed by two other drivers,  head Coach for Ferrari Challenge asia pacific Christian  Colombo from Italy and noted korean actor Jeong hoon Yeon. Enzo Ferrari used his passion for designing and building sports cars to

    found the company in 1947. Ferrari has over the past seven decades created some of the world’s greatest racing machines and many of us are today fortunate to have had the opportunity to experience his creations. Like Enzo, David is also following his dreams. as he says:“ Because I alway

    s believe that being true to yourself opens up opportunities like no other.”  Sari KuSumaningrum Follow us on Instagram at www.instagram.com/thepeakindonesia

  • Label Free View Magazine - View Magazine - September Edition 2016

    INDONESIA’S PREMIER ENTERTAINMENT & TV GUIDE MAGAZINE DENZEL WASHINGTON – AKTOR TAKUT TUHAN YANG MERAIH LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD DI USIA 61 TAHUN WAWANCARA EKSKLUSIF DENGAN DOROTHY WANG DAN PESERTA PHOTO FACE-OFF ASAL INDONESIA INDONESIA DIBALIK THE AMAZING RACE ASIA PARADE JEMBER

    FASHION CARNAVAL-LIPPOMALL KEMANG  

  • Label Free View Magazine - View Magazine - August 2016

    INDONESIA’S PREMIER ENTERTAINMENT & TV GUIDE MAGAZINE ANTOINE GRIEZMANN – MEMILIKI NAMA JERMAN BERDARAH PERANCIS, KETURUNAN PORTUGAL BERMAIN DI LAGA SPANYOL HBO ASIA MENGHADIRKAN JURASSIC WORLD JAKARTA FMX, TAYANGAN TV KABEL DI PONSEL DAN TABLET HEBOH POKEMON GO YANG MENGGEMPARKAN DN

    IA OLIMPIADE PERTAMA DI AMERIKA SELATAN  

  • Label Free View Magazine - View Magazine - July Edition 2016

    INDONESIA’S PREMIER ENTERTAINMENT & TV GUIDE MAGAZINE CHRIS PRATT – PAMERAN UTAMA JURASSIC WORLD HOBI MENGOLEKSI SERANGGA MENGENAL SEJARAH WIMBLEDON WISATA KELILING KOTA NAIK BIS TINGKAT MOCHTAR RIADY LIBRARY DI UNIVERSITAS TSINGHUA MATAHARI RAMADHAN FASHION DELIGHT  

  • Label Free View Magazine - View Magazine - June Edition 2016

    INDONESIA’S PREMIER ENTERTAINMENT & TV GUIDE MAGAZINE MCKENNNA GRACE – MINI MERYL STREEP YANG MEMILIKI 100 EKOR HEWAN PELIHARAAN ULANG TAHUN DISNEY-PIXAR KE-30 KISAH DIBALIK NAMA DAERAH TERKENAL DI JAKARTA KEHADIRAN SUPERHERO DI LAYAR KACA SEPANJANG LIBURAN SEKOLAH  

  • Label Free View Magazine - View Magazine - May Edition 2016

    INDONESIA’S PREMIER ENTERTAINMENT & TV GUIDE MAGAZINE Ashton Kutcher – Investor berbagai aplikasi online yang memulai karir sebagai model dan actor Panduan piktograf dan ideograf, awal dari sistem alphabet Satu decade fashion nation Mengenal 5 tokoh “Game of Thrones” di m

    usim keenam  

  • Label Free View Magazine - View Magazine - April Edition 2016

    INDONESIA’S PREMIER ENTERTAINMENT & TV GUIDE MAGAZINE Tae Yeon – Ketua Girlband K-Pop Yang Merilis Album Solo Pertama Tahun 2016 Dua Karakter Wakil Indonesia di Ajang Asia’s Next Top Model Wahana 4D “Game of Thrones” di Singapura Mengisi Liburan Bersama Hotel Aryadu

    ta Bandung di Jantung Kota Kembang  

  • Label Free View Magazine - View Magazine - March Edition 2016

    INDONESIA’S PREMIER ENTERTAINMENT & TV GUIDE MAGAZINE Robin Thicke – Penyanyi Pop Yang Selalu Tampil Elegan Di Atas Panggung Di Balik Kamera Film Layar Lebar “Blusukan Jakarta” 4 Film Nominator Unggulan Piala Oscar 6 Serial Kuliner Di Layar Kaca Indonesia Frengers  

  • Label Free View Magazine - View Magazine - February Edition 2016

    INDONESIA’S PREMIER ENTERTAINMENT & TV GUIDE MAGAZINE Ryan Reynolds – Aktor watak pemeran multi karakter superhero Asal Mula Penanggalan Tahun Kabisat Destinasi Menarik Perayaan Imlek di Indonesia Fakta Menarik Dibalik Ajang Grammy Awards  

  • Label Free View Magazine - View Magazine - January Edition 2016

    INDONESIA’S PREMIER ENTERTAINMENT & TV GUIDE MAGAZINE Benedict Cumberbatch Aktor Inggris yang banyak menuai nominasi awards sebelum usia 40 Tahun Video Game Favorit Rilis Tahun 2016 Metallica Rilis Album Baru Wajah Baru Juri Asia’s Next Top Model Dampak Global #startwith1thing

  • The Peak Indonesia - Deby Vinski - Rejuvenating Indonesia

    ELIXIR OF YOUTH Time and tide wait for no man. Aging is part of life and most of hope that we can age gracefully. But it is the nature of man and woman to fight the aging process and with modern medicine, it seems we can at least slow it down.   This is where Dr. Deby Vinski comes in. Her anti-

    aging clinic The World Preventive & Anti-Aging Centre (WRC) is well known among Jakarta’s well-heeled and she is highly respected for her professionalism and her work.   She spends most of her time customising special programmes for patients, helping them reverse the aging process whi

    le rejuvenating healthy cells so as to optimise one’s health. “My latest specialisation involves stem cell therapy.  I’m interested in 3D print organs made from the patient’s own body. I want to be a part of this big step to fight our genetic destiny,” Dr. Deby tel

    ls The Peak Indonesia.   No doubt many Indonesians are happy that Dr. Deby  is able to keep them looking young. How we look and feel is critical to our well being and to our self confidence. If we feel good, we usually also look good.   But our decision to profile Dr. Deby on our cove

    r goes beyond her professional work. The primary reason for selecting her as the July edition cover is that she represents the new Indonesian woman. Apart from her day-to-day work, she finds time to run multiple companies as well as serve as the chairwoman advisor for the World Royal Society whose w

    ork involves projects in 155 Kingdoms and Sultanates including Brunei Darusalam, Belgium and the UK. In Indonesia, the group works with FSKN to preserve Indonesia’s Royal Heritage.   Keeping busy, fit and having a range of interests is ultimately the real elixir of youth. It keeps us phys

    ically and mentally healthy. Getting up in the morning with a purpose and a goal gives our lives meaning. And it does not hurt to have some help in slowing the aging process as well.   SARI KUSUMANINGRUM Follow us on Instagram at www.instagram.com/thepeakindonesia

  • The Peak Indonesia - AHMAD SAHRONI LEADING THE WAY

    LIVING THE INDONESIAN DREAM   Many of us have heard of the American dream where anyone who works hard and diligently can get ahead. But we also have many examples of individuals who are living the Indonesian dream.   Ahmad Sahroni, our cover story subject is one such example. Hailing from

    a humble background, he now serves as a Member of Parliament and through sheer hard work has made a success of himself.   Sahroni’s story reflects the struggle but also the triumph of modern Indonesia. Not everyone is born with a silver spoon but every Indonesian, given the opportunity an

    d with hard work, can make a name for himself or herself.   While Indonesia has a fact growing middle class, nearly 100 million Indonesians still live on less than $2 a day and struggle to make ends meet. Many live on one meal a day. That is a life that seems far removed from the gleaming offic

    e towers of Jakarta but it exists nonetheless.   “I was a nobody before I had all this,” he told ThePeak. If somebody asked me how I got to where I am today, I’d say everything has happened because I had dreams and ambitions.”   But Sahroni is on the cover of The Pe

    ak not just because he has made it but more importantly because he is giving back to society. Those of us who have been blessed with success have a responsibility to give back.   As the president of the Ferrari Owners Club Indonesia, Sahroni is the leader of the pack and often organises events

    through which he and his members raise funds for the less privileged. Given that education is often the pathway out of poverty, they focus on providing scholarships for students in need.   It is clear that Sahroni has come a long way from his beginnings in Tanjung Priok. But even as he rose the

    ladder of success, he never forgot his roots. That, ultimately, is what makes the Indonesian Dream special..   SARI KUSUMANINGRUM

  • The Peak Indonesia - IVAN KAMADJAJA Moving Indonesia | The Peak Indonesia

    Connecting the nation All talk these days is about the digital revolution. How the Internet is changing our lives and connecting far peoples across the globe.   That may be true but we should not forget that while the internet has dramatically improved business and is dramatically altering econ

    omies, we still need to move goods around the country. So while e-commerce allows us to shop from the comfort of our homes, we still the goods we purchase to be delivered to us.   This is where companies such as Kamadjaja Logistics play a critical role. A pioneer of the industry in Indonesia, K

    amadjaja has come a long way under the helm of its founder Hura Kamadjaja and now his son Ivan. As Ivan notes in our cover story, the logistics sector is the spine of the economy. If we cannot move goods from source to market in a timely and cost efficient manner, we cannot compete as an economy and

    as a nation.   President Joko Widodo has made strengthening Indonesia’s maritime connectivity one of his key priorities. This means building new ports as well as improving roads that lead to these ports. If Indonesia’s economy is to continue to grow, the logistics sector will play

    a critical role.   In this regard, the country is fortunate to have companies such as Kamadjaja and entrepreneurs such as Ivan. Under Ivan’s leadership, Kamadjaja Logistics is using technology and management systems to improve services and help its clients.   Kamadjaja Logistics has

    been recognised as a strong player in eastern Indonesia. Recently they’ve also been recognised for being among the most modern in the industry with use of advanced technology, too. Success, Ivan notes, due to the team.   Entrepreneurs in this sense are never satisfied with just maintainin

    g the status quo. People such as Ivan are always pushing the boundaries and looking for improvement. This is the heart of entrepreneurship and it is this spirit that drives the nation forward.

  • The Peak Indonesia - SHOPPING 2.0 VIRTUAL RETAIL THERAPY

    THE NEW FRONTIER The world is changing fast. The rise of the digital age is transforming our lives in ways that could hardly have been imagined just a decade ago.   What would life be without the Internet and smartphones? I don’t think any of us could live without these modern trappings o

    f our lives today. The Internet and the digital revolution is, however, also transforming many industries and sectors. Companies who do not adapt or keep up with the fast paced changes, are threatened with extinction.   That is why we focus on the rapid expansion of e-commerce in this issue. Ou

    r cover story features some of the leading e-commerce companies in the country today and it is almost certain that more will join them in the coming years.   E-commerce is the new frontier for the retail industry. Companies such as MatahariMall.Com, Berrybenka and MAPMall.Com are bringing new i

    nnovations and services to their customers. At the click of a mouse, Indonesians can shop in the comfort of their homes or on the go on their smartphones.

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  • The Peak Indonesia - Indonesia's Leading Women 2015 | The Peak Indonesia

  • The Peak Indonesia - ALEXANDER TIO UPWARD BOUND | THE PEAK INDONESIA

  • The Peak Indonesia - DENNY UTOMO SPEARHEADING NEW HORIZONS

    Having more diverse brands also serves the retail market well as it expands the range and options available. While Jakarta is well-served by brands such as Zara and Massimo Dutti in the midrange fashion market— and of course all the highend brands — it does not have unique, stand-alone

    labels.   By having more diverse fashion labels, we hope  that young Indonesian designers are also inspired  to be more daring and expressive in their design. Indonesia’s growing middle class and increasingly urban lifestyle offers huge opportunities for young designers to

    make their mark. If they can cooperate with entrepreneurs such as Denny, we might just have a winning combination.    SARI KUSUMANINGRUM

  • The Peak Indonesia - From Writing Code To Designing Interiors

  • The Peak Indonesia - DESIGNING MEN DRAWING  PARALLELS

  • Clara | Proudly Indonesia - Fashion Week | Clara Magazine

    SAVIOR Seiring dengan bertambahnya usia, bertambahnya berat badan menjadi tidak terhindarkan. Terima kasih saya kepada warna hitam yang tidak pernah meninggalkan dunia fashion. Juga brand high heels yang tidak pernah berhenti  berinovasi baik dalam model maupun kenyaman. Apapun warna yang menja

    di primadona, hitam selalu menjadi  andalan. dan jika fashion diharapkan berperan sebagai media penyelamat penampilan, maka hitam dan high heels shoes adalah penyelamat saya.   Bagaimana dengan anda?

  • Clara | Proudly Indonesia - HALU 2015 | CLARA MAGAZINE

    setinggi langit atau halu?“ Gantungkan cita-citamu setinggi langit”. Itu yang kerap dikatakan orang. sejak zaman saya kecil sampai saat ini, nasehat itu belum juga kadaluwarsa. kita diajarkan untuk berani ber mimpi. diajarkan untuk berani memiliki cita-cita tinggi. namun yang kadang terl

    ewat adalah pengetahuan tentang seberapa besar peluang cita-cita tersebut mungkin terwujud, dan kalau mungkin, bagaimana cara mencapainya. Tentunya bukan hanya dengan menasehati agar selalu rajin dan tidak mudah putus asa. Jika tidak semua dari kita mendapat pengetahuan tentang bagaimana mewujudkan

    cita-cita, maka dapat dipastikan lebih banyak lagi yang tidak tahu apa yang harus dilakukan jika cita-cita tersebut tidak tercapai. mencari kompensasi adalah hal yang biasa terjadi. Bisa dengan mengalihkan cita-cita, tapi tidak sedikit pula yang mengalihkan kesadaran, alias sama sekali tidak mengang

    gap diri gagal.  

  • Clara | Proudly Indonesia - NOWHERE IS SAFE | CLARA MAGAZINE

    is there any safety in this world? Dunia yang kita tinggali sendiri saat ini sangat lah berbeda dengan dunia yang sama bertahun-tahun yang lalu. kekerasan yang terjadi menjadi semakin menggelisahkan dengan adanya media sosial. Tidak sedikitpun saya bermaksud menghujat keberadaannya, namun tidak dapa

    t dipungkiri bahwa media sosial memiliki pengaruh besar terhadap kehidupan manusia. Kondisi yang menurut saya memang tidak kondusif ini memang menjadikan segalanya menjadi terasa lebih menakutkan. namun, bagi saya hanya menjadi ketakutan bukan pilihan.‎melawan rasa takut adalah satu-satunya pili

    han. Dan saya percaya itu hanya bisa didapatkan Dari dalam diri sendiri. Rasa aman hanya ada dalam diri kita masing-masing.    

  • Clara | Proudly Indonesia - Rules Are Meants To Be Broken | Clara Magazine

    EvErything Has a rEason Ibu saya selalu bilang, pamali memberikan cermin atau minyak wangi pada seseorang. Sedangkan Nenek saya, pamali itu duduk di depan pintu. Merayakan atau pun memberi selamat ulang tahun sebelum waktunya juga dianggap pamali. Begitu pula jika di piring makan saya masih tersisa

    makanan. Dan yang namanya pamali, tentunya saja ada konsekuensi yang harus ditanggung. Mulai Dari yang sesepele punya pacar jerawatan, berat jodoh, sampai yang lebih menyeramkan seperti pendek umur. Apakah saya takut? Sangat! Tentunya Waktu masih kecil. Meskipun perut rasanya sudah sangat penuh, tap

    i saya ngotot membersihkan isi piring saya. Daripada punya pacar jerawatan. Saya juga Lebih memilih kegerahan setengah mati daripada tidak dapat jodoh gara-gara ngotot duduk di depan pintu tempat angin terasa menyejukkan.    

  • The Peak Indonesia - STRIVING TO INSPIRE BUDDING RACERS | THE PEAK INDONESIA

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  • The Peak Indonesia - VICTOR IRAWAN - FROM UNIVERSITY DROP OUT TO RISING PROPERTY TYCOON | THE PEAK INDONESIA MAGAZINE

    Kebabs, fashion design, branding and property.  Not much ties these industries together one would think but in-fact, a common thread flows through them. These are the sectors that will determine Indonesia’s future and perhaps give rise to a new group of successful entrepreneurs.   Un

    like in the past where one needed substantial capital and political connections to start a business and grow, today just about anyone with a good idea and a strong will can be successful.   Take Hendy Setiono as an example of today’s young entrepreneurial class. Starting off with a single

    cart and one employee and with just Rp 4 million ($311) as capital, he founded the Baba Rafi kebab chain. Today he has 850 outlets through out Indonesia and his business has been billed as “the world’s biggest kebab chain.” And at just 31 years of age, Hendy has many more years to

    start other new businesses.    Ardistia Dwiasri is another member of this new breed of Indonesians who are unafraid to take on the world. She launched her fashion design company in the United States first before circling back to her native Indonesia in 2011.   Indonesia’s fast

    growing middle class will likely produce many thousands of such entrepreneurs in the coming years. Our cover story subject, property developer Victor Irawan, began his business renovating old military houses and today boasts of a multi-million dollar enterprise. His dream is to take his company inte

    rnational.   Unafraid to take risks and venture on their own, these are the Indonesians identified in the  2012 McKinsey & Co report which claimed that  Indonesia’s rising middle class will create a $1.8 trillion market opportunity, particularly in the services industry. &nb

    sp; “Indonesia’s economic growth should benefit from a number of powerful positive trends, including the resurgence of Asia, continuingurbanisation that is boosting the number of consumers with the power to spend on discretionary items and a young population offering the economy a potent

    ial demographic dividend,” the report noted. “On the current trajectory of growth, an additional 90 million Indonesians could join the global consuming class by 2030, powered by the continued rise of urban Indonesia.”   As a magazine devoted to profiling successful Indonesians

    from all walks of life, The Peak Indonesia is excited about the rise of the middle class. It will mean not just identifying new  entrepreneurs, but also recording Indonesia’s  journey as a rising luxury market .

  • The Peak Indonesia - AMALIA WIRJONO MAKING INROADS IN ART & FOOD | MAJALAH THE PEAK INDONESIA

    ART, AND IN PARTICULAR CONTEMPORARY ART, CAN BE MESHED TOGETHER WITH THINGS SUCH AS FASHION, OR MUSIC – AND THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH THAT. WHAT’S IMPORTANT IS HOW TO SOCIALISE [ART] TO A LARGER AUDIENCE.

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