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1st ISSUE January – April 2017 PDF Print E-mail

HIGHLIGHTS
Bussemaker’s Education Visit to Indonesia
February 12th – 16th, 2017 – The visit of the Dutch Minister of Education, Culture and Science, Dr. Jet Bussemaker to Indonesia to further strengthen ties in the fields of education, research and culture between the two countries.

Former Students in Residence of Ambassador of Belgium
February 24th, 2017 – As one of the Embassy’s priorities with building up the alumni networks, promoting the network as a driver for business.

IPR SME HELPDESK
Strategies in Indonesia for the Logistics and Transportation Industry
Indonesia’s logistics and transportation industry is growing rapidly due to the strong economic development of the country and gradual increase in domestic demand fueled by the rise of the country’s middle class.  Opportunities for logistics providers also continue to expand thanks to the strong growth in Indonesia’s e-commerce sector.

CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY
INA MVB Seminar
April 13th, 2017 INA in collaboration with MVB hosted Corporate Sustainability Seminar with theme Making Business Sense of Sustainability with key-note speakers from Unilever Indonesia, The Rock Group Netherlands, NCSR and GRI.

 

CSR
Introducing ‘Sekolah Sepak Bola Belanda’ (SSSBB)
As part of INA’s own CSR activities, we support a selected number of foundations and NGOs that have impactful programs in Indonesia in poverty reduction, children’s welfare and education. As INA itself is a non-profit organization, we give our support in helping them hands-on with marketing, finding corporate sponsors and providing back-office support from Jakarta. In this magazine issue, INA would like to introduce the foundation ‘Sekolah Sepak Bola Belanda’ (SSSBB).

 

NEW MEMBERS PROFILE

Danone Group Indonesia

PT. ERM Indonesia

Good Practice

Habitat for Humanity Indonesia

Mercedes Benz Indonesia


EIBN NEWS

EIBN Outreach Programmes in Europe

EIBN Presence in Exhibition in Europe and ASEAN

EIBN Published Fisheries and Aquaculture Sector Report

 

CONCORD STRATEGIC

Justifying the drive for a caliphate in Indonesia

Generally referred to as ‘hard-liners’, a small but significant percentage of the Indonesian population wants to dispense with Indonesia’s democratic form of government and replace it with a caliphate based on shariah law. To expand understanding of this belief system and the processes driving it, Concord Strategic interviewed five individuals who have actively espoused support for such a concept, and in most cases have attempted to recruit others to their cause.

 

PAST EVENTS

EIBN Joint Gathering New Year Reception

INA - Indonesia Transfer Pricing Seminar

CEPA Seminar & INA Evening Gathering

International Joint Gathering in Bandung

INA MVB – Sustainability Seminar

New INA Members

Membership Form

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