Leighton Cosseboom is Indonesia Expat's editor and CEO of Content Collision (C2) in Southeast Asia. He covers a variety of topics related to news, business, and technology in the region. See his portfolio at leighton.c2live.com and build your own for free! For more information, visit www.contentcollision.co
Leighton CosseboomJan 16, 2017
Savvy investors in Indonesia are positioning themselves to mop the floor in spaces that orbit e-commerce. But other hot verticals include fintech, agriculture, food and...
Leighton CosseboomJan 05, 2017
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Leighton CosseboomDec 29, 2016
The waiting time and the legal hoops expats need to jump through to import goods into Indonesia can be daunting. But there is a way to get around all of it.
Leighton CosseboomDec 28, 2016
We’ve compiled the data on the stories our audience has deemed most important or interesting this year. Please let us know in the comments below what topics and issues...
Leighton CosseboomDec 19, 2016
Locavore is a saga of fine dining, presented as visual works of art. It’s perfect for foodies willing to pay for stellar service and a bit of mystery.
Leighton CosseboomDec 07, 2016
Ahok is embroiled in a legal battle, as his blasphemy trial takes centre stage. As if that wasn’t enough, he also has to cope with a civil lawsuit from the secretary...
Leighton CosseboomOct 26, 2016
After British banker Rurik Jutting filmed the rape, torture and murder of two Indonesian women in 2014, he pled not guilty on Monday, October 24, 2016.
Leighton CosseboomOct 21, 2016
A 23-year-old Dutch tourist died after stepping in front of a train at the station in Lempuyangan, Yogyakarta.
Leighton CosseboomOct 19, 2016
In what might closely resemble a future dystopia in the capital, Jakarta provincial government has asked locals to kill rats for a financial reward. It says, “Just...
Leighton CosseboomOct 14, 2016
Thousands of activists from the hardline group Islamic Defenders Front protest in front of City Hall to indict Jakarta’s governor Ahok of “blasphemous” words and...
Leighton CosseboomOct 05, 2016
A gigantic python slithered up from one of the sewers on Kemang Raya. It was one of two large reptiles that emerged as a result of flooding in Kemang.
Leighton CosseboomSep 29, 2016
US-based restaurant chain Hooters will open its first Indonesian location in Jakarta’s trendy Kemang district. But will the nation’s conservative culture let it fly?