Virtual Event

B.C. Indonesia Trade & Investment Opportunities

Tuesday, March 1, 2022
5:00 PM
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Schedule:Program: 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. PT

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Presented in partnership with the Indonesian Trade Promotion Center and Consulate General of Indonesia in Vancouver, we invite you to an insightful conversation on high-value business opportunities for Indonesia and British Columbia, in the food and beverage sector and other industries.

Opportunities for Canadian Companies

Indonesia boasts Southeast Asia’s largest economy and has growing a population of 270 million people. Indonesia’s GDP is over $1.4 trillion and represents significant potential for Canadian agri-food producers, manufacturers, and service providers across the country. Canadian companies exported $1.8 billion to Indonesia and imported $1.6 billion in 2020. Agri-food and seafood make up a significant portion of this trade totalling $70 million dollars in 2020. The emerging Indonesian middle-class consumer has a growing interest in Canadian products, services and imported foods representing significant opportunity for B.C. companies.

Join us for an engaging event and a chance to hear more about high value opportunities in Indonesia for B.C. companies.

Indonesia speakers:

Hendra Halim Ni Made Ayu Marthini Liza Wajong

Hendra Halim, Consul General of Indonesia in Vancouver
Ni Made AyuMarthini, Director of Cooperation for Export Development, Directorate General of National Export Development, Ministry of Trade of Republic of Indonesia
Liza Wajong, Co-Founder, Archipelago Marketplace Inc.

British Columbia speakers:

George ChowColum Jing Austin Nairn

Honourable George Chow Minister of State for Trade, Province of British Columbia
Colum Jing , General Manager, AFOD Ltd.
Austin Nairn, Vice-President, Greater Vancouver Board of Trade | Executive Director, World Trade Centre Vancouver

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World Trade Center Vancouver is part of the World Trade Centers Association, a not-for-profit, non-partisan association dedicated to the establishment and effective operation of World Trade Centers as instruments for trade expansion. The World Trade Centers Association is an international ecosystem of global connections and integrated trade services made up of over 300 World Trade Center locations in nearly 100 countries, representing over 750,000 businesses globally.