Press Conference The 27th Trade expo Indonesia "trade with remarkable Indonesia"
Director General of National Export Development Gusmardi Bustami accompanied Marketing Director JIEXPO Ralph Sceunemann delivering a press statement on the plan convening The 27 of Trade Expo Indonesia (TEI), which took place in the office Dahlia Kemendag Jakarta, Tuesday (09/10). Also present Director General NED accompanied at the press conference was Sofyan Wanadi Chairman of Indonesian Entrepreneurs Association and Vice Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce Natsir Mansur.
In a press statement the Director General of NED said that until now there are about 4326 buyers from 90 countries already confirmed to visit at this exhibition. According to Director General NED presence of the buyers will give encouragement to us to further advance again next TEI. By bringing together entrepreneurs Indonesia with thousands of international buyers, TEI become an effective instrument for maintaining the position of Indonesian exports to the countries of traditional, as well as accelerate the penetration of exports to non-traditional countries.
Director General of Export Development, Gusmardi Bustami describes "This year, TEI will be held in an area of 60,000 m2 which is followed by some 2,000 exhibitor and is expected to be visited by more than 6,000 international buyers”.
The 27 of Trade Expo Indonesia in 2012 will take place on 17-21 October 2012 at the Jakarta International Expo Kemayoran and will be officially opened by the President of the Republic of Indonesia. This year the theme of TEI is “Trade With Remarkable Indonesia” to show the buyers that Indonesia has a variety of value-added export products are ready to be distributed in the international market. In addition to the exhibition, a series of events at TEI 2012 also will be activities such as Trade & Investment Forum, One-on-One Business Meetings, Business Clinic and Company Visit.
TEI 2012 Fact & Figures
|Exhibition Date||:||October 17 - 21, 2012|
Top Five (5) Highest Transaction Products
Highest Transaction Countries
Saudi Arabia (26%), South Africa (21%), Indonesia (16%), Bangladesh (10%) and Nigeria (5%)