Doing Business in Indonesia: Beyond Nasi Goreng
Entering any market without a depth of commercial intelligence and clear strategy is risky business. In a market like Indonesia where challenges such as bureaucratic procedures, high levels of regulation and a largely informal business culture can have significant impacts on the success of new ventures, such an approach is akin to a shot in the dark.
Dearin & Associates’ introductory webinar, Doing Business in Indonesia: Beyond Nasi Goreng, is your first step to engaging the huge potential of Indonesia’s developing market.
Indonesia is the world’s 16th largest economy, and Australia’s closest neighbour, and while in the past its trade policy has been dominated by a form of soft-protectionism, now, emphasis has shifted towards liberalisation. The days of red-tape and regulatory complications undermining foreign investor confidence are also being left behind and many doors open up for new opportunities in this diverse, dynamic market.
Equipped with the right knowledge, your business can benefit from the unequalled opportunity in Indonesia. Drawing on rich experience and a diverse network across the Indonesian cultural, legislative and economic fields, Dearin & Associates’ Indonesia experts, Barnaby Caddy and Lydia Santoso will guide you through the opportunities and challenges of Indonesia’s market and strategies for expanding your business there.
Webinar topics include:
- Overview of the Indonesian economy
- Opportunities and demands across various sectors
- How does your business align with the immense opportunities in Indonesia’s economy?
- What do Indonesian business partners expect from foreign business and what is the government’s role?
- Strategies for entering the Indonesian market in your sector
- Cross-cultural tips for interacting with Indonesian stakeholders
Join us on Wednesday, July 27 at 4:00 PM Sydney Time to learn about the exciting opportunities on offer to expand your business to Indonesia by clicking the link below:
Author: Jemima Riley
Jemima Riley is an international business and digital marketing consultant, with a particular focus on Australia’s relations with the Middle East and China. She is Dearin & Associates’ General Manager and has worked across a range of projects that build cultural and economic bridges between Australia and emerging markets.