Thursday, 6 August 2020

Indonesia Australia Business Week: 17-20 November 2015


In November, the Hon. Andrew Robb MP, Minister for Trade and Investment will lead a 200-strong business delegation to Jakarta, Indonesia to participate in the inaugural Indonesia Australia Business Week. 

This mission aims to enhance bilateral relationships through high-level political and commercial exchanges, and to promote Australia as a trade, investment, education and tourism partner.

IABW is a government initiative which aims to promote Australia and Australian capability with a programme tailored to major industry sectors. Indonesia is a multifaceted business environment and the sector-specific networking events will raise the understanding of doing business in Indonesia and enhance existing relationships with Indonesian businesses.

Specific programmes taking place throughout the week will cover:

  • Infrastructure - Urban Sustainability and Transport Connectivity
  • Advanced Manufacturing - Automotive Aftermarket
  • Premium Food and Beverage
  • Agriculture and Aquaculture - Food Sustainability Partnerships
  • Healthcare and Seniors Living
  • Resources and Energy
  • Creative, Fashion and Design
  • Education - Transnational Skills
  • Tourism

Registrations for Indonesia Australia Business Week have now opened. Register your interest to participate via the Austrade Website.

In the lead up to the Indonesia Australia Business Week, Austrade, together with the Australia Indonesia Centre and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade will host a series of seminar briefings on the Indonesian market and business delegation. Further details will be provided as events are confirmed. Keep an eye on the Austrade website and ensure you register your interest in participating to receive the updates on these seminars. 




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