How to Tell your Stories to the World: Challenges of Going Global for Indonesian Communication Professionals
Economic growth in Indonesia has long been premised on high-levels of domestic consumption, reliance on extractive industries, and inward investment. As a result, corporate Indonesia is still spending too much focus on its domestic market. But this may be about to change.
As ASEAN Economic Community takes shape, a need of venturing into new markets that beyond Indonesia’s borders becomes an even more important concern. Is your public relations or communication plan ready for this shift? What are the challenges of going regional, or even global?
At our upcoming media coffee, we are extremely delighted to have invited the following esteemed speakers to share their thoughts on the topic:
Profile of Speakers:
- Arief Yahya, Minister of Tourism & Creative Economy, Republic of Indonesia
Arief Yahya was appointed Minister of Tourism & Creative Economy in 2014. Prior to that, he was the CEO of Telkom Indonesia, a state-owned enterprise and the country’s largest telecommunication company.
- Justin Doebele, Chief Editorial at Forbes Indonesia, Vice President of Jakarta Foreign Correspondent Club
Justin Doebele has worked at Forbes since 1994. He oversees the Asia Rich Lists for the region. He is also the Vice President of Jakarta Foreign Correspondents Club (JFCC), a non-profit organization of international journalists based in Indonesia with more than 400 members.
- Prita Laura, News Anchor at Metro TV
Prita Laura is one of the most experienced news anchors at Metro TV, the largest free-to-air news channel in Indonesia. She has worked at Metro TV since 2004 and anchored popular news programs, “Top Nine News”.
May 12 (Thurs), 2016
Registration/Morning coffee starts at 8am
9am – 1pm (JKT)
*Event will start on time at 9am.
Sari Pan Pacific Jakarta
Jalan M.H.Thamrin 6, Jakarta 10340, Indonesia
About PR Newswire Media Coffee:
The goal of Media Coffee is to enable communications professionals to hear from leading media organizations on how their respective companies work, providing insight into their specialist areas, giving advice on achieving coverage and informing them on effective targeting of journalists within their sector and how to build a mutually beneficial relationship.