The Danish business delegation headed by the Danish Minister for Trade and Investment Pia Olsen Dyhrto will travel to Indonesia on March 4-6 2013.
The visit will leverage the position of Denmark and Danish companies in Indonesia by match-making, showcasing Danish competencies and facilitating direct access to key decision makers within the Indonesian business community and government offices, a statement by Confederation of Danish Industry (CDI) said.
CDI is now inviting Danish companies and institutes with an interest in Indonesia to join the business delegation.
A number of dedicated tracks have been selected for the visit and related seminars and events will focus on the following sectors: infrastructure and energy, oil and gas and fashion, design and lifestyle.
Each sector program will be designed to fulfill the needs and requirements of companies within each sector so as to promote new as well as already established Danish companies within Indonesia.
According to CDI, in 2030 Indonesia will be the world’s seventh largest economy with more than 135 million middle-income earners. Over the next 20 years. Indonesia is expected to see growth rates of 6-7%. With a population of currently 240 million inhabitants, of which almost 45 million already belong to a consuming middle class, Indonesia is already a market to be reckoned with.