16:00 - 17:00 WIB
Business leaders from developed markets acknowledge that globalization is the most critical challenge they face today. While the world is getting more connected than ever before, it has become tougher to identify internationalization strategies and to choose which countries to do business with. Most companies have stuck to the approach they have traditionally deployed in the markets where they have started. As a result, they struggle to adapt and develop successful strategies in emerging markets. After-all, running a business in a developing market is, to say the least, a challenge. But the growth potential is there.
One such market is Indonesia, currently the 16th-largest economy in the world, this dynamic archipelago has the potential to be the seventh biggest by 2030. In recent years, Indonesia has made enormous efforts to make it easier for foreign businesses to do business in the world's largest archipelago. One such example is the Omnibus Law that is currently being considered by the government as the next step in making Indonesia an easier market to do business in and attract more foreign direct investment (FDI).
To discuss success cases of doing business in Indonesia and to touch on the road ahead i.e., the Omnibus Law, we have teamed up with Vistra Indonesia and TNB Partners in Association with Norton Rose Fulbright Australia to throwing a webinar on the topic.