Trade Expo Indonesia 2017 Representation of Indonesia Product Potential
By : Herry Barus And Aldi Firhand. A | Monday, October 09 2017 - 22:10 IWST
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INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Directorate General of National Export Development Ministry of Trade will again hold the 32nd Trade Fair titled "Trade Expo Indonesia (TEI) 2017".
The event will take place for five days, 11-15 October 2017, at the Indonesia Convention Exhibition (ICE) BSD City, Banten, occupying all the hall (Hall 1 through Hall 10) as a representation of the potential and achievements of various Indonesian products.
TEI is a business-to-business (B2B) exhibition organized by the Ministry of Trade with relevant institutions. This is motivated by trading in foreign markets which is the main source of foreign exchange earnings of developed countries. Indonesia is one emerging market and a member of 20 major economies of the world (G20) who must play an active role in the world market.
In this year's TEI, the Ministry of Commerce targets the number of exhibitors to increase to 1,100, with the target of 16 thousand visitors, so that the transaction value can reach the target of US $ 1.1 billion. The event is also supported by several programs, such as business forum, talk show, regional discussion, business consultation, business matching, and local and foreign trade missions.
Meanwhile, about one hundred entrepreneurs from Saudi Arabia will attend the Indonesia Trade Exhibition 2017 or Indonesia Trade Expo (ITE) 2017. ITE is held at Bumi Serpong Damai, Tangerang, 11-15 October 2017.
According to information of Consul General Muh. Hery Saripudin until Wednesday (04/10/2017) as quoted from facebook Kemenpar, there are already more than 100 business groups that register at the Consulate General of Jeddah. That's just what the Consulate of Jeddah. Not yet from the Embassy of Riyadh. "There are still many other business groups who have expressed interest in coming," Hery said.
Added by Muh. Hery Saripudin, one of the Jeddah entrepreneurs to TEI is the effect of King Salman's visit to Indonesia some time ago. "Tourists also have started to feel increased," added Hery Saripudin.