EIBN results of a partnership between EKONID, EuroCham, IFCCI, INA, BritCham, EUROCHAMBRES and CCI Barcelona, a project co-funded by the EU. The Network pools its partners’ expertise and experience to attract EU businesses to the Indonesian market and directly support their activities.
The EIBN Business Guide compiles a wide range of in-depth information regarding market potential and explains in detail the procedures relevant to operate in the Indonesian market. This section will guide the companies step-by-step throughout Indonesia’s market context and legislation.
EIBN offers a wide range of services for EU businesses, particularly SMEs, looking to enter the Indonesian market or already active in the country. We specialize in market analysis, business partner search and many other support services to help EU companies find their way in Indonesia.
Indonesia is a high potential market for European companies and already a major trade and investment destination for the EU in Southeast Asia. This section offers information about the country’s profile, its industries and market sectors, while covering Indonesia’s relations with the EU.
Investing in Indonesia is also investing in ASEAN. The Association of Southeast Asian Nations is becoming more integrated, looking to launch its single market in 2015. This section covers ASEAN and the arguments behind its popularity as the next breakthrough global economic region.
The Info Center allows you to stay up-to-date with our activities, news, events and trade fair information. It also features Webinars and the Virtual Marketplace, tools that aim to promote innovative learning and contact exchange between European and Indonesian business communities.
Indonesia is the world’s 15th largest consumer market and the biggest economy of the ASEAN Community, a market made of 10 countries and 600 million people.
The large domestic market, a sizeable and young workforce, abundant natural resources and sound macroeconomic fundamentals leave ample room for business opportunities to EU companies.
Indonesia has proved itself a profitable market through the current rise of a middle-income society. Moreover, in the wake of the global crisis, the country has been able to maintain its economic growth above 6 percent.
These two factors have encouraged many EU companies to enter the Indonesian market and promote their products in the country.
Indonesia is a leading global exporter of high quality products and commodities, of which almost 10% are bound to the EU.
Export and import operational knowledge is at the heart of international trade, which in itself entails a high degree of complexity. In Indonesia, it has to be complemented with a strong know-how regarding applied regulations.