Who needs to attend the EIBD Conference?

CEO’s of Indonesian companies will meet high-level representatives of European Companies to discuss strategic co-operation, which could include joint production, joint development for the Indonesian, wider Asian and European markets, and the realization of new projects in Indonesia.

European business leaders have a unique opportunity to evaluate the potential of the Indonesian market and to speak with industry leaders at first hand.

EIBD will hold its eighth annual gathering in Jakarta on October 25, 2018.


Participation is open to Indonesian and European company representatives and a fee of IDR 1.000.000,- per person will apply.

Due to limited number of seats the Organizers reserve the right to accept registrations under the precondition of availability of seats only. Please await confirmation for attendance of the EIBD Conference.

European bilateral chamber members will enjoy 25% discount. This discount is available also for non-member early bird registration until September 25, 2018.


Register HERE for Companies, Institutions, Associations 

Register HERE for EU Embassies 


For further information please contact : info(at)eibd-conference.com


The EU-Indonesia Business Dialogue (EIBD) is an annual core forum of business leaders and government representatives working consistently on emerging opportunities in trade and investment. This year, the EIBD will discuss Circular Economy. Unlike the previous years, where the EIBD discussed government regulatory and policy priorities, this year, the EIBD will showcase economic models that could change how business operates. Circular economy is a breakthrough approach that aims to replace the current linear economy model (where products or goods end up as waste), with a cascade of upcycling and recycling fueled by connectivity between consumers/producers, cross-sectors supply chains, waste management, resources and energy efficiency.

EIBD is supported by the European Union. Organizers are the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN Indonesia) and the European Business Chambers in Indonesia.


Although circular economy model has been implemented in the European Union, however, the concept is still rarely being adopted in Indonesia. Hence, the event aims to:

  •   Raise awareness on circular economy for European and Indonesian businesses as well as the consumers
  •   Share good practices from European Union
  •   Explore best possible ways to adopt circular economy to the Indonesian context
  •   Explore benefits of circular economy particularly its market potentials and how it will improve companies’ presence in Indonesia
  •   Assessing challenges and Indonesian readiness in adopting circular economy concept
  •   Identify appropriate instrument to boost circular economy in Indonesian context
  •   Provide platform for businesses to engage with key stakeholders in circular economy
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