15 June 2021 9am – 10am Meeting Online

Join the first session of our webinar series exploring new export opportunities in the ASEAN’s fast growing digital tech landscape.

Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world with more than 270 millions of population and one of the countries in the world with the highest number of internet users. From healthtech, fintech, smart cities to renewable energy, technology is a substantial element of Indonesians lives with ample room for innovations. To seize the momentum of Industry 4.0, the Indonesian Government has announced the “Making Indonesia 4.0” initiative, highlighting the use of digital technologies in various sub-sectors. Following the increasingly rapid development of digital transformation, digital technologies such as AI, cloud computing, cyber security, and IoT are expected to boom in Indonesia.

Organized in partnership with the British Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia, this market briefing will give you insights into the emerging trends in the country’s digital technology landscape and share the best practices to succeed in the market.

 

If you are interested to book a free 15 min virtual 1-2-1 session with the BritCham team, please email [email protected].

 

Jana Psarska

Jana Psarska

Policy Manager | International Trade, techUK

Jana is techUK’s Programme Manager for International Trade.

 

She supports techUK members in navigating international markets, including market access and regulatory challenges, and assists the tech sector in taking full advantage of UK’s trade deals. Her responsibilities also include driving the UK digital trade policy agenda. Jana is committed to promoting UK digital trade by engaging businesses, UK government and international partners.

 

Jana has several years of experience in trade promotion, public policy, and providing strategic advice on international expansion strategy to companies across a variety of sectors. Prior to techUK, she worked for the Department for International Trade, helping UK SMEs expand abroad.

 

She holds a MA in International Political Economy from King’s College London.

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