As the fourth most populous country in the world, Indonesia’s large domestic market offers a wide range of business and investment opportunities for Singapore companies.
In the year of 2018, the total investment by Singaporeans in Indonesia has increased by 9.1%, or USD 9.2 billion, and this again puts Singapore as one of the biggest source of investments in Indonesia.
The age of digitalisation has broken down boundaries between countries and made the world we live in more accessible. Needless to say, this also opens up new markets and opportunities overseas. Diverse Origins (DO) is taking a more outward approach in encouraging startups and SMEs from different countries to come together to seek out and optimise these opportunities together.
We hope to see more active participation in our community activities in our quest to help everyone be prepared for the foreign front in their overseas expansion efforts. Do drop us a line if you have anything to share or suggest at [masked]
1. Uncover the business opportunities in Indonesia, and what to look out for when doing business in Indonesia
2. Uncover business opportunities in Indonesia's coffee industry
Who Should Attend:
CXOs, CIOs, Business Owners of SMEs and key decision makers with interests to expand to Indonesia.
Mr Indi Soemardjan as Founder of SOMA Cafe will be a keynote speaker to share his experience and knowlwdge how to doing business in Indonesia.
Prior registration is required.
An email will be sent to you to confirm your participation at this briefing.
We reserve the right to turn away participants who did not pre-register.
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Registration Fee is SGD10/pax
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We would like to invite you to this special event.
Ms Lynn, Founder of Charis Manor Nursing Home will share some insights to give the audiences more understand regarding the golden business opportunity in Singapore aging population.
The Republic’s of Singapore population size is expected to reach 6.34 million in 2030, based on projections from the United Nations (UN) released this year.
By then, there will be 806,000 people under 15 years old, and 1.8 million people who are aged 65 years or older - making up about 28 per cent of the total population. The numbers will reach 722,000 and 3.08 million, respectively, out of a total population of 6.58 million by 2050. This means that in about three decades, almost half (47 per cent) of Singapore’s total population will be at least 65 years old.
Who should attend?
2. Investment Fund
3. Family Office
5. Service Providers
6. Hedge Funder
8. Business Owners
Tue, 30 April 2019
Registration start at 2.30 PM
Presentation by Ms Lynn - Founder of Charis Manon Nursing Home
Q&A and Short Tour
The event will be FREE but need to RSVP first.