Indonesia is a Southeast Asian nation home to over a quarter of a billion million and is the fourth most populous country in the world with a huge market for businesses. This talk features speakers with vast experience in doing business in Indonesia which will guide the participants into entering the Indonesian market.
Doing business successfully in Indonesia requires some understanding of Indonesian legal and regulatory environments. Many promising changes are underway in Indonesian business environment which will help Indonesia emerge as an attractive destination of doing business and profitable market for Malaysian companies.
Malaysian Export Academy will be organising the Webinar on Doing Business in Indonesia on 17 August 2023 (Thursday) via Online Zoom.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Senior Managers from Companies that are interested in or already doing business in Indonesia.
Khairul Hisham Hassan, is a Malaysian citizen who has been working and living in Jakarta on-and-off for 24 years since 1998. This enables him to understand well matters related to ‘Doing Business in Indonesia’.
Based on his experience working in Jakarta since 1998, he began to realise and understand all the needs and problems faced by companies in Malaysia that have aspirations to enter the Indonesian market.
Umaty Global Consultancy firm in Jakarta led by Khairul Hisham has a track record in obtaining Indonesian BPOM approval for imported products from Malaysia in various categories. By leveraging on his networking and 24 years’ experience living in Jakarta, Khairul Hisham strives to assist Malaysian business community to do business in Jakarta at the lowest possible cost, besides having a mechanism to help them in searching for Indonesian importers.
Haridass Nagalingam has more than 35 years of working experience with the Government of Malaysia, MATRADE as the Malaysian Trade Commissioner in Indonesia, and the ASEAN Secretariat in Jakarta. He has also served MATRADE as the Malaysian Trade Commissioner in France and as a Deputy Director of MATRADE.
After his retirement from MATRADE, he was appointed as the Head of Trade and Facilitation in the ASEAN Secretariat in Jakarta, Indonesia. He has much experience in consulting and advising Malaysian exporters who wish to do business and export to Indonesia.
RM 699.60 per person– HRDC Claimable (Inclusive of soft copy of notes and 6% SST)
If you are interested to participate, please register here
For HRD Corp Registered Employers – Once we have received your registration, we will guide you on the grant application process.