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IABC New Year Party 2017 - Sponsorship Opportunity

 

IABC Members Gathering 2017 – Sponsorship Opportunity

 

IABC President’s Golf Day – 19 January 2017

 

Report of the IABC Executive Board (2014 - 2016)

 


 

The IABC wishes Members a Festive Season, safe holidays and a Happy & Successful 2017

 

Mark your diary for the IABC New Year Party on 3 February. Please note that the event is free for members who have paid their 2017 membership fee!  Please contact the IABC if you have not received your renewal invoice.

For Sponsorship opportunity please contact: director@iabc.or.id

 


The Indonesia Australia Business Council (IABC) is a business association representing private sector business interests in commercial relations between Indonesia and Australia.

Established in 1989, the IABC is a result of the merger between DKSPIA or Dewan Kerjasama Pengusaha Indonesia Australia (Association of Indonesian and Australian Businessmen) and the Australian Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia (Austcham). The two major business groups had operated in Indonesia for 15 years before the merger.

The IABC is regarded as the key bilateral business council and works very closely with the Indonesian Government and the Australian Embassy in Jakarta. This allows the IABC to represent the business and commercial interests of Indonesian and Australian businesses engaged in investment and bilateral trade, through to Government levels.  The IABC also cooperates with the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin Indonesia) and its counterpart in Australia, the Australia Indonesia Business Council (AIBC). The IABC is a member of International Business Chamber (IBC) in Indonesia, and the Australian Business Asia (ABA) – a regional network of all Australian Chambers of Commerce and Business Councils in Asia.

The IABC is governed by an Executive Board elected by the membership every two years. The Executive Board is supported by a National Secretariat, which is run by a full-time professional team headed by an Executive Director. Currently there are IABC Branches in Central Java (Semarang) and East Java (Surabaya), Bali and the Special Province of Yogyakarta.

IABC MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the Indonesia Australia Business Council is to provide a convivial networking organisation for companies, organisations and business people of all nationalities involved or interested in business between Indonesia and Australia. The IABC focuses on:

  1. Enhancing Indonesia-Australia business links and fostering friendship between the communities of each nation.
  2. Communicating investment and business opportunities in both Indonesia and Australia.
  3. Providing a forum to accommodate all types of business.
  4. Serving as a lobby group to further the business interests of members.
  5. Serving as a consultative body to governments, industrial sectors and the chambers of commerce and industry.
  6. Building a nation-wide organisation by establishing branches in major cities throughout Indonesia.

Current Events
IABC President's Golf Day
Thursday, 19 January 2017
Venue: Jababeka Golf & Country Club
Time: Lunch from 12:00 noon followed by Tee-Off

IABC New Year Party 2017
Friday, 3 February 2017

IABC Members Gathering
Wednesday, 22 March 2017
Theme: TBA
Venue: TBA
Time: TBA
 
Click here to RSVP


Schedule IABC Members Gathering 2017:

  • 22 March
  • 19 April
  • 17 May
  • 19 July
  • 23 August
  • 20 September
  • 25 October
  • 6 December


Schedule IABC President's Golf Day 2017:

  • 19 January
  • 2 March
  • 4 May
  • 6 July
  • 7 September
  • 14 December
at  Jababeka Golf & Country Club

Sponsored by : 
Jababeka & Jababeka Golf & Country Club



IABC Branches:

IABC Central Java:
Ms Julia SKB
gm@grandcandihotel.com

IABC East Java:
Ms Caroline Gondokusumo
caroline@dwp.co.id

IABC Yogyakarta:
Mr George Marantika
george.iwan@gmail.com

IABC Bali:
Ms Ekayanti
secretary@iabcbalibranch.com


AIBC Events:

Please visit www.aibc.com.au