Inclusive growth is essential for a country's strength and happiness. It promotes economic development, which leads to job employment and helps to reduce economic inequality. The Asia-Pacific area is often marked by high levels of inequality, with huge differences prevalent across numerous indices such as income, gender, health care, and education. These disparities pose substantial economic, social, and political concerns and are a major source of worry for governments around the area. We know 80 million additional internet users have joined the Southeast Asian internet in the last two years. Still, many small-business owners we dealt with used the internet to entertain or connect with friends. They were aware of technologies such as social media and online banking. Still, they could not understand how these might benefit their enterprises, or they did not trust online services. When the epidemic struck Asia, the necessity for internet literacy skyrocketed. With lockdowns, internet abilities often differed between keeping your store doors open and permanently shutting them. This pandemic has brought to our attention the need to prepare for the profound changes brought about by globalization, digitalization, and demographic shifts.