The third part of the East ASEAN Business Conference was held recently with the theme of “Building Smart and Resilient Cities for Growth.” The event was organized by the European Chamber of Commerce Philippines (ECCP) and actively participated and supported by EuroCham Indonesia.
This conference was aimed at promoting sustainable regional development and supporting economic growth through policies as well as to present solutions to build resilient cities. It was a unique opportunity to bring specialists from the region to discuss issues of mutual concern and relevance.
Opened by Lars Wittig (Country Manager of IWG plc) and moderated by Tony Peralta (Holy Cross of Davao College), the event had a wide array of panellists including Per Fredrik Ecker (Executive Board of EuroCham Indonesia and Managing Director of Seven Stones Indonesia), who highlighted the congestion sorting system and regulatory issues in Jakarta.
Other speakers included Arch. Felino A. Palafox, Jr. (Principal Architect-Urban Planner and Founder of Palafox Associates), Paulo Duarte (Managing Director of Bosch Philippines), and Stamatis Kotouzas (Senior Land Administration Specialist of the World Bank).
The European Business Chamber of Commerce Indonesia (EuroCham) was the principal voice of European business interests in Indonesia. EuroCham Indonesia maintains close working relationships with the European Commission, the European Union (EU) Delegation, and all of the existing European bilateral Chambers of Commerce, and European embassies in Indonesia.
Seven Stones Indonesia provides a range of business services, including but not limited to market entry, country representation, consultancy and advisory services, tax and accounting packages, marketing services, in the region. Seven Stones Indonesia is a partner of Norway Connect, supporting Norwegian business in Indonesia and Southeast Asia through its representatives and facilitates the provision of financing and investment through its networks which covers the area of heavy industry, aquaculture, marine and fisheries, Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Real Estate and Property, Holistic Tourism and creative economy, green energy and Integrated Transport Systems (ITS).
Many thanks to all panellists and participants involved.
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