The Mission will be held virtually due to the latest development of COVID-19 in Indonesia
VIRTUAL MISSION FEE
US $3,750 for early bird registrations received BY October 5 (up to two representatives)
US $4,250 for registrations received AFTER October 5 (up to two representatives)
US $500 fee for each additional representative beyond the first two (up to four representatives)
Note: Once your registration is initiated, you have the option to cancel your registration and receive a full refund up to October 5, 2020. After October 5, 2020, your registration cannot be canceled and you will be responsible for all registration fees.
This is special pricing for these specific engagements given COVID-19 developments. Payment can be made by check, wire transfer or online. Details are available in the online registration.
Virtual mission fees cover expenses for program preparation and execution, overhead costs for Council staff and hired service vendors (e.g. translators).
The US-ASEAN Business Council (US-ABC) is registering senior-level executives for the 2020 Indonesia Business Mission. The Mission consists of virtual meetings with senior government officials ranging from President Joko Widodo's (Jokowi) Cabinet, regulatory-making institutions, to Parliament (DPR).
In conjunction with the first anniversary of Indonesia Maju Cabinet, this mission will provide you with unique opportunities to meet with the Indonesian Government to learn about the new priorities in the second administrative year and post-COVID-19 era. Moreover, the mission will offer resources and partnership, identify new opportunities to expand trade and investment, as well as introduce your company's latest development in Indonesia.
In doing so, US-ABC proposes theme: "Supporting the Acceleration of Indonesia's Post-COVID-19 Economic Recovery," with three overarching key messages below to formulate discussion and frame the advocacy initiatives, in line with the Government's key priorities as outlined in President Jokowi's Independence Day State of the Union Address:
Reaffirming US-ABC members' commitment to partnering with the Indonesian Government to achieve President Jokowi's goals
Continue to build a constructive relationship between the Indonesian Government and the U.S. business community, based on the notion that the U.S business community is an investor, resource, and job creating partner of the Government during and post the COVID-19 pandemic.
Establishing a platform for a more efficient, effective, and competitiveregulatory environment
Support President Jokowi's agenda to undertake fundamental regulatory and bureaucratic reform, in order to help build a favorable environment for quality job creation, human rights, and more importantly, to advance food supply chain and quality healthcare for the digital era.
Harnessing innovation and technology to support economic revival post-COVID-19
Provide recommendations and initiatives to improve the quality of Indonesia’s technology and innovation capabilities to support trade, investment, and digital economy ecosystem to help revive Indonesia's economy in the post-COVID-19 era.
Specifically, the mission will bring various topics to the table, including but not limited to:
Digital transformation (data governance, digital infrastructure, etc.)
Health industry in the digital era
Logistic and infrastructure
Trade facilitation (custom, import, etc.)
President of the Republic of Indonesia
Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs
Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment
Minister of State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs)
Minister of Finance
Minister of Trade
Minister of Communications and Informatics
Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources
Minister of Industry
Minister of Health
Minister of Law and Human Rights
Minister of Research and Technology
Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy
Minister of Transportation
Minister of Agriculture
Governor of Bank Indonesia
Chairman of Financial Services Authority (OJK)
Chairman of the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM)
Head of the National Board for Disaster Management (BNPB)
Head of Cyber Security and Encryption Agency (BSSN)
Deputy Speaker of Parliament (DPR)
U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia and U.S. Embassy Team
Governor of West Java
SOEs (e.g. Bio Pharma and Surveyor Indonesia)
Additional meetings can be requested with enough interest (at least 5 companies) and subject to the official’s availability.
When filling out the registration, please rank the meetings based on the importance and outline your talking points. The talking points should be submitted by October 5 and framed as either:
Noting a business success;
Clarification or request for more information;
Identifying a policy or regulatory challenge and requesting a follow up;
or Noting a capability, product or service which could solve a challenge.
We publish annual CSR reports to highlight US-ABC members’ Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives. All materials must be submitted using the template on the Business Mission Manager by October 5. We also welcome submissions from members who do not join the Mission.
Mega Valentina | Manager, Indonesia (Washington, DC)
Phone: +1 202 577 4085