Expression of interest for creative industries and digital economy
Market outlook on creative industries and digital economy
Indonesia’s creative economy is growing rapidly and is predicted to be one of the greatest sources of new employment opportunities in 2024. The sector has been bolstered by an influx of new application, software and e-game developers during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the recent international success of Indonesian digital platforms. Indonesia’s growing capabilities and expertise in the creative industries presents an opportunity for Western Australian businesses to collaborate and grow in partnership with Indonesia.
Indonesia has 212.9 million internet users and is the largest e-commerce market in Southeast Asia by value. Indonesia is also quickly becoming a major technology hub with strong business appetite for innovative products and a willingness to adopt AI solutions. However, the rapid growth of Indonesia’s e-commerce, remote-working, HealthTech, FinTech and EdTech sectors has outpaced the development of its cybersecurity industry. It is projected that there will be a shortage of 9 million skilled and semi-skilled ICT workers in Indonesia by 2030. Western Australian ICT, software and cybersecurity companies have an opportunity to engage, collaborate and grow with Indonesia’s digital sector.
Who should attend
Who should join the creative industries and digital economy stream?
Attendees may be from the following sectors:
- Screen and immersive tech
- Digital tech infrastructure and innovation hubs
- Digital tech scale-ups
What is offered as part of the Indonesia Connect 2023 Roadshow?
As a participant of the mission, the following opportunities will be available:
- Pre-departure briefings
- Business matching opportunities
- Participation in the ASEAN Business & Investment Summit in Jakarta
- Stream-based industry site visits
- Roundtables and conferences
- Networking events
- WA Government hosted dinners and reception
Please note that travel, accommodation and on-ground expenses are the cost of the delegate.
Expression of interest
As the Indonesian economy develops and its middle-class grows, consumers increasingly have additional discretionary income to spend on fresh and high-quality produce.Register your interest
Indonesia has a young and rapidly growing labour force of more than 135 million people.Register your interest
With Indonesia’s demand for energy predicted to grow rapidly in the short- to medium-term, the transition to sustainable energy remains a high priority for the country.Register your interest
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Indonesia was ranked the 7th market in visitation numbers with 39,000 visitors and a visitor spend of $81 million for the year ending December 2019.Register your interest
Indonesia Connect Roadshow 2023
The Western Australian Government will be leading a large-scale multi-sector mission to Indonesia (Jakarta, Surabaya, Denpasar) from 2 to 9 September 2023.Read More
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