BritCham’s First Environmental Series Aimed to Spread the Awareness

The British Chamber of Commerce (BritCham) held the first environmental series. Photos courtesy of The BritCham/NOWJAKARTA As the first step of the year to spread awareness on environmental issues, this year, BritCham held the first environmental series with prestigious speaker Yuyun Ismawati Drweiga and a Q&A session with Ah Muftuchan and Dyah Roro Esti Widya Putri as the

Indonesia the Silver Lining Above the Cloud of Brexit

Britcham Indonesia is the co-founder of the informal grouping, Britain in South East Asia – BiSEA. BiSEA is a collective of Chambers and business groups representing eight of the ten ASEAN nations. Since BritCham Indonesia took over the market access support role from Embassy (DIT) some five years ago, it has taken a leading role

The Urgency of Human Capital Reforms in Indonesia

The aim of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) is to ease trade amongst the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations, but questions remain over whether the countries are equipped for it and how Indonesia might benefit from such integration. Analysts have expressed their doubts on the effectiveness of the AEC, suggesting that most ASEAN countries

An Interview with HE Thomas Lembong

Thomas Trikasih Lembong is the former Minister of Trade of Indonesia and the New Head of the Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board. After receiving a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture and Urban Design from Harvard University in Cambridge, USA, in 1994, he returned to Southeast Asia where he worked successfully for several companies and agencies, including Deutsche

Britcham’s “Great” Pavilion Takes To The Road

The next 6 months are set to be a busy one at BritCham, as they begin their national roadshow of the ‘Britain is GREAT’ pavilion, courtesy of the UK government, in various exhibitions from July until March 2018. The aim is to discover new market opportunities for British companies who have invested or are planning

BritCham Showcases Opportunities in Renewable Energy

Over the past few weeks, BritCham has been busy expanding our networks across the Indonesian renewable energy sector. BritCham welcomed in the month of September with an exciting exhibition of our Britain is GREAT Pavilion at the Electrical, Power, and Renewable Energy Indonesia 2017 expo in Jakarta, sourcing a plethora of potential export opportunities for

BritCham Ministerial Series: Minister of Manpower, Muhammad Hanif Dhakiri

The British Chamber of Commerce (BritCham)’s  Ministerial Series is back. This time we helped answer  questions related to development of skills and regulations regarding foreign workers. We were joined by the Ministry of Manpower Muhammad Hanif Dhakiri, and H.E. Moazzam Malik, British Ambassador to Indonesia, ASEAN and Timor-Leste. Minister of Manpower, Muhammad Hanif Dhakiri on

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