pameran produk 2013
INASPORT integrating the 2nd INABICYCLE and INAGOLF is set to be your main business platform for the fast growing sport, fashion, and leisure market in Indonesia. The event is held in Jakarta Convention Center in the middle of the year – making it the ideal location and time for promoting your brands and products before the upcoming holiday season.
With over 240 milllion population, Indonesia is the largest market in Southeast Asia and accounts as the fastest growing economy after China and India. Increasing middle class with strong purchasing power, shifting trend towards healthy and green lifestyle, and low credit costs have boosted consumer spending on indoor-outdoor sports and equipments in the past time. Promisingly, as the economy is expected to maintain a positive growth of 6,5% in the coming years, Indonesia oers you even more rewarding business in the sport industry.
Review of the first
edition of INABICYCLE
The first edition of INABICYCLE in 2011 was a major success in responding the high demand for bicycles and accessories. The event was participated by more than 120 bicycle brands and accessories and attracted over 20.000 visitors. INASPORT integrating 2nd INABICYCLE and INAGOLF in 2012 is set even larger, taking 4500 sqm exhibition space and targeting 35.000 visitors.
The 14th Majapahit Travel Fair 2013
Having been successfully held for thirteen times in Surabaya, the Majapahit Travel Fair (MTF) has become the most considerable gathering in the province. It is held annually with the main objective of providing business opportunities for the travel and tourism industry to market East Java’s tourist attractions, hotels, natural surroundings, and cultural heritage to both domestic and international tour operators. The major activities of this event include a “Table-Top Business Meeting” between the buyers and sellers (Travex), a half-day seminar and the actual Exhibition where the sellers and exhibitors display their products, facilities and services. MTF 2013 will be held on May 16 – 19, 2013 at the Grand City Convex, Surabaya. The East Java Government intensifies the celebration of this core event of East Java. In addition, we also hold East Javanese Traditional Dance Festivals.
This will be our 14th annual MTF and promise to be the most beneficial than ever. MTF always achieves great success. The number of last year’s participants joining the Table-Top Business Meeting grew significantly.
The Travel Exchange is a closed business meeting with a Table-Top format between Buyers and Sellers of the travel and tourism industry. This two-session program is based on the appointment schedule arranged by the MTF Organizing Committee. The buyers taking part in this meeting are international and national tour operators who are currently marketing East Java or Indonesia and those who would like to obtain more information on our region to start promoting our market. The sellers are mostly delegates from East Java’s tourism related industries with some delegates attending from other provinces in Indonesia.
The Exhibitors are travel operators and tourism destination representatives from East Java and other destinations in Indonesia. It is open for the public from May 16 – 19, 2013. The Expo venue will be located at the Exhibition Hall Grand City Convex, Jl. Gubeng Pojok, Surabaya.
At the Seminar, reputable tourism professionals from Indonesia will share their experience and expertise with interactive audiences. The sellers, exhibitors, managers of tourist attractions, government tourism officials, MICE or event organisers, university students and the public will attend the seminar convened at the Meeting Room, Grand City Convex, Jl. Gubeng Pojok, Surabaya. The topic of this year’s seminar is “East Java Mice Destination”. East Java is ready to host national and internasional conference/congress supported by representative venues such as five star hotels and convex buildings
Food & Hotel Indonesia 2013
|From||10 Apr, 2013|
|To||13 Apr, 2013|
|Venue||Jakarta International Expo Kemayoran|
“A winner”: this is how the World Bank’s resident director describes the Indonesian economy – “in an exciting position to emerge as a winner from global turmoil.” International investment banks have promoted the country to the 1st rank of fast-emerging economies that will underpin future global growth. “Indonesia is suddenly hot, and back on the radar of global investors,” say commentators. Food and Hotel Indonesia is the international food and hospitality industry’s entry point into this win-win situation.
The Indonesian economy is powered by domestic consumption. As the world’s fourth most populous country with almost 240 million people, the population is relatively young: half is aged between 15 and 44. Upper and middle-income groups number around 35 million, and lead the way in consumption of international food and drink products. Mid-2009 saw Indonesia’s economic growth rate revised upwards by the Central Bureau of Statistics, to between 4-5 per cent. Growth of up to 6 per cent is now predicted for 2010, while longer term, the national development planning board predicts growth of 9 per cent by 2014.Political stability and economic potential are two factors underpinning the current upbeat assessment of the country’s future. It is also re?ected in the new Doing Business 2010 report: Indonesia is ranked as a “star performer” in the global ease-of-doing-business rankings. Indonesia has been also been commended by the IMF for the robust steps it has taken to successfully weather the impact of the global ?nancial downturn.
Rapid development of modern supermarkets and mini-markets has seen them proliferate from major cities into the country as a whole. They are now accessed by consumers from an increasingly wide segment of the population. The expected rapid development of new shopping malls will continue to enable modern chain retailers to expand their presence nationwide. Grocery sales are worth around US$10 billion annually and are growing at about 10 per cent year-on-year. Indonesia’s soft and alcohol-free drinks market, today worth US$3 billion, is forecast to rise to US$4.5 billion by 2011.
Meat imports continue to increase, placing Indonesia among the big prospective markets for international companies. Indonesia’s beef imports have been steadily rising. In 2008, Indonesia imported 35 percent, or more than 70,000 tons, of its beef, up from 20 percent in 2000. The ?gure is predicted to reach 100 000 tonnes by 2010.
The Indonesian Association of Hotels & Restaurants (PHRI) says a large number of new hotels will open in the next 12 months, with the support of the government’s Visit Indonesia investment programme. In Jakarta alone 13 new hotels are scheduled to open in the next two years. Local groups such as Santika and Sahid plan to build some 40 hotels nationwide in the period. PHRI also says that international hotel operators continue to show strong interest in developing new properties. In Bali investors are committing US$100 million to the 5-star Rich Prada mega-resort on a 20-hectare site. Opening is targetted for 2010.
AGRINEX EXPO 2013. Agribusiness for Food and Bioenergy Security
Agrinex Expo ke-7 akan diadakan di Jakarta pada tanggal 5-7 April 2013, di Jakarta Convention Center, Hall B. Kegiatan tahunan ini bertujuan untuk meningkatkan keamanan bioenergi dan bahan pangan melalui peningkatan produksi dan ketersediaan produk agribisnis lokal, sesuai dengan dengan kebijakan Pemerintah untuk kesejahteraan rakyat, khususnya para petani. Expo tersebut juga menjadi forum bagi para pemegang kepentingan agribisnis untuk meningkatkan dan menyebarkan informasi kepada masyarakat mengenai kebutuhan pengembangan produk agribisnis.
Bertemakan “Agribusiness for food & bioenergy Security”, akan terdapat serangkaian kegiatan selama Expo tersebut, yaitu business gathering bagi investasi di sektor agrowisata dan bahan pangan, seminar, talk show, peninjauan lapangan, hingga kegiatan presentasi oleh peserta.
A. Pameran produk
B. Penyampaian Visi tentang Pangan dan Bioenergi oleh para calon
Pemimpin masa depan
C. Talkshow Pangan, Bioenergi, Industri Perkebunan dan Hortikultura
D. Demo produk dan kreativitas Peserta Expo
E. Dan lain-lain
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