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BritCham Indonesia: 1-2-1 clinics with Chris Wren, CEO of BritCham Indonesia
*BCCT Members only* 

BCCT members are offered the opportunity to explore your business development into Indonesia during Chris's visit on Friday morning, the 19th of January, from 9.30 to 12.00 at the BCCT office, 23rd Floor, M Thai Tower, All Seasons Place, 87 Wireless Road.

Meetings will last 25-minutes with 5 minutes change-over and can be followed up at greater length and greater leisure.

Chris is particularly keen to meet businesses that have expansion for trade or manufacturing as a strategic priority for 2024. He is additionally keen to meet businesses that might be interested in co-exhibiting at the Food and Hospitality Expo in July or Manufacturing Indonesia in December 2024.

For other businesses that simply wish to engage with BritCham Indonesia’s international business community via international associate membership, Chris would be happy to arrange an alternative Zoom meeting to discuss.

Please contact - mudita@britcham.or.idto confirm your meeting time. Enquiries will be dealt with on a first-come, first-served basis.

Date: Friday 19th January 2024

Time: 9.30 am - 12 noon

Venue: BCCT office, 23rd Floor, M-Thai Tower, All Seasons Place on Wireless Road

Cost: free of charge but you must book in advance

About Chris Wren:

Born in Crosby, Liverpool in 1961, Chris Wren now has 27 years of business experience related to Indonesia.

Chris' in-country experience includes start-ups, turnarounds and business development across most sectors and with particular commercial experience in education collaborations. Chris has held executive and non-executive board positions including as Director for PT South East Asia Business Institute, acting as Commissioner for PT The Reds Indonesia ahead of LFC's SE Asia tour & the EuroCham Board of Management. Chris sits on many executive committees and coordinates advocacy and focus groups. His in-country experience and understanding of 'how to do business' is vast across all sectors. He nurtures BritCham's extensive private and public sector business networks and can usually assure access at the highest levels.

He is a co-founder of BritCham's Giving Kids A Sporting Chance community portfolio and has been actively involved in field hockey development at grass-roots levels.