|08:30 – 09:00||
|09:00 – 09:10||
Febi Dwirahmadi, Ph.D. holds a position as the Indonesian Program Coordinator for Centre for Environment and Population Health (CEPH). He has worked for many years as Disaster Risk Reduction Manager for the International Federation for Red Cross and Red Crescent (IFRC) Indonesian delegation office. His PhD research was collaborative governance model to link between climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction to build urban community resilience. Dr Dwirahmadi has a strong understanding of collaborative governance, disaster management, community engagement and community-based program design theory, processes, and application. His fields of expertise include global health, emergency response operations, disaster risk reduction, climate change adaptation, health program planning and evaluation, community participation and development.
|09:10 – 09:15||
Conference Director Opening Remarks
Sheila Hie is 2021 IndOz Conference Director. She is an Associate Director at ANZ Banking Group Limited, a Director of the Australia-Indonesia Youth Association, co-Founder of the Indonesia Professionals Association Australia and Board Member of the Australia-Indonesia Business Council Queensland Chapter.
|09:15 – 09:23||
Official opening ceremony with Cendrawasih Dance Performance.
|09:23 – 09:33||
Mr. Y. K. Legowo is the Ambassador for the Republic of Indonesia in Australia, posted to Canberra. He holds, simultaneously, the position of Indonesian Ambassador to the Republic of Vanuatu.
|09:33 – 09:42||
Daniel Thomas Tehan is an Australian politician who has been the Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment in the Morrison Government since 2020. He is a member of the Liberal Party and previously served as Minister for Defence Materiel, Defence Personnel, Veterans' Affairs, Social Services, and Education.
|09:42 – 09:47||
Appointed Minister of Trade of the Republic of Indonesia on 23 December 2020. September 2020, 20th Indonesian Ambassador to the United States of America. Prior to this assignment, held several leadership positions in the Indonesian Government. First joined the government in 2005 as Chairman of the Indonesian Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM); secured a number of high-profile investment projects and spearheaded several direct investment policy reforms.
|09:47 – 10:40||
Session 1 – Trade: Breaking through the Barrier
Professor Caitlin Byrne is Director, Griffith Asia Institute. She is a Fellow of the Australian Institute for International Affairs (AIIA) and Faculty Fellow of the University of Southern California’s Centre for Public Diplomacy (CPD).
Jake Morse, originating from a rural background in country NSW, has extensive experience in livestock production and marketing. Jake has nearly 20 years’ experience in the global live cattle export trade, ranging from operational management to international sales and marketing. Jake is responsible for managing AUSTREX’s Northern Division which has an annual turnover of around A$150M. He holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Agriculture, majoring in Beef Marketing.
Steven is the Head of Strategy at Polygon Bikes, one of the largest vertically-integrated bicycle companies globally, where he spearheads the institutionalization of the company as well as several major growth initiatives. Steven also leads GIPA (Global Indonesia Professionals’ Association), a non-profit association of Indonesian profesionals across G20 and ASEAN countries with the vision of bridging Indonesia's business and investment links globally.
|10:40 – 10:55||
Morning Tea Break
Accompanied by Indonesian music & rolling slide
|10:55 – 11:07||
|11:07 – 12:00||
Session 2 – Investment: Unlocking the Untapped Potential
Helen Brown has more than 25 years’ experience in writing, speaking and analysing complex subjects and issues through several roles as a multi-media journalist and producer. She regularly travels to Asia and lived and worked in Indonesia for four years as an Indonesia Correspondent for the ABC.
Nurul Ichwan is the Deputy Chairman for Investment Planning. He is responsible for designing national investment planning policy in Indonesia. Prior to current position, Mr Ichwan was Director of Regional Investment Promotion, Director of Indonesia Investment Promotion Centre at London which responsible to promote Indonesia investment project for Europe region. He has more than 15 years experience in investment planning, investment promoting, etc.
Chris Lauritzen is a mining company executive with 40 years experience and has worked in Australia, Indonesia and Singapore. Chris lived and worked in Indonesia (East Kalimantan) for seven years from 2000 to 2007. Currently, Chris is employed as General Manager Resource Development by the Indonesian owned company MACH Energy Australia Pty Ltd, which operates the Mount Pleasant Mine in the NSW Hunter Valley.
Alastair Dawson, with over 30 years’ experience in senior executive roles has worked for CQUniversity for the past 10 years, leading numerous corporate portfolios, including driving in the University's International businesses. Alastair has successfully secured the first Australian university approval to establish a campus in Indonesia in 2018.
|12:00 – 13:00||
Session 3 – Trade: Defining, Finding and Collaborating with the Right Partner
Colin Brown is Secretary of the Queensland branch of the Australia Indonesia Business Council, having previously held senior positions in the South Australian and Western Australian branches of the Council. He is also an Adjunct Professor in the Griffith Asia Institute at Griffith University in Brisbane.
Michael O'Rielley the Export Manager at Olam International Australia. He has more than 21 years’ experience in the cotton industry, specialising in exports, sales and quality. He is a Director of Australian Cotton Shippers Association (ACSA) and the current Chairman of ACSA.
Associate Professor Peter Woods is Director (International) of the Griffith Business School, Australia and member of the Department of Business Strategy and Innovation at Griffith University. Peter has provided strategic, international business and human resource management related consulting to multinational corporations, tertiary education institutions, government agencies and private sector businesses. He has successfully provided specialist training for Indonesian civil servants from agencies such as Kementerian Energi dan Sumber Daya Mineral and Badan Pengawasan Keuangan dan Pembangunan and a number of Indonesian Universities.
Antonius Auwyang is Managing Director at Sony Trading Australia & Indonesia Trading House Australia. Sony Trading Australia, Importer and exporter of quality fine food and beverages from Indonesia. Sole distributor agencies of 24 well known factories in Indonesia for the Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Region market. He is actively accelerating Australia-Indonesia trade and Investment through Indonesia Trading House Australia, which offers an ever-evolving set of services with a focus on trade in goods and services and future intention to expand more broadly into investments.
|13:00 – 14:00||
Accompanied by Indonesian music & rolling slide
|14:00 – 15:05||
Session 4 – Investment: Maximising Returns through Capacity Building
In August 2020, Paul became Australia’s first Chief Economic Development Officer, with Moreton Bay Regional Council in Queensland. Paul is charged with the implementation of Moreton Bay’s Regional Economic Development Strategy (REDS), which sets a bigger, bolder and brighter future for the region to 2041.
David Goodwins is a monitoring, evaluation and program design expert with a focus on the international development sector. He has worked across Asia and the Pacific over the last 20 years including Indonesia, Philippines, Laos, Vietnam, Singapore, Cambodia, East Timor, Fiji, Vanuatu and Micronesia. He is currently the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) adviser for Katalis, the economic cooperation program between Indonesia and Australia. Prior to this he was the monitoring and evaluation adviser on the Indonesia-Australia red meat and cattle partnership; the Indonesia- Australia health security program; and the health system strengthening partnership between Australia and Indonesia. Before becoming involved in international development work, David specialised in geographic analysis and research for development planning. David has a Science degree from University of Adelaide; a Master’s degree in Business and Technology from the University of NSW; and a Graduate Certificate in Program Evaluation from the University of Melbourne.
Diana’s career has focused on public sector engagement, government relations, marketing and communications, social impact programs and partnership development across Asia Pacific.
Dallas has an extensive background in international business and education spanning over 27 years. She has held senior management positions in both private and public sector education institutions and within government for trade development. In 2009, Dallas joined The University of Queensland as Deputy Director of the Institute of Continuing and TESOL Education (ICTE) with key responsibility for the Institute’s international projects and continuing education program areas including executive operational management responsibility for the Institute’s offshore English language institutes in Danang, Vietnam and Antofagasta, Chile.
|15:05 – 15:20||
Dance performance by Gemu Fa Mi Re
|15:20 – 16:15||
Session 5 – Workshop & Investment Showcase by IIPC
Workshop & Investment Showcase faciliated by Prof. Colin Brown.
Colin Brown AIBC Queensland
Mr. Henry Rombe Director, Indonesia Investment Promotion Centre (IIPC)
Mr. Budi Santoso Vice Chairman III of the Implementation Team to The National Council for Special Economic Zone
Mrs. Juliani Kusumaningrum Head of Marketing and Sales, PT Kawasan Industri Kendal
|16:15 – 16:30||
Concluding Remarks, end of IndOz Business Conference
|16:30 – 17:00||
|18:00 – 21:00||
IndOz Business Networking Dinner