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DIT in partnership with GAKESLAB (Indonesian Association of Medical and Laboratory Equipment Manufacturers and Distributors) is hosting the webinar

Entering the Indonesia Market

Roadmap for medical equipment registration and investment

Date: Friday, 19 February 2021

Time: 15.00 – 16.30 WIB (GMT+7) or 08.00 – 09.30 (BST)

With population around 270 million people and $2.88 billion medical equipment market size, Indonesia's import of registered medical devices make up for more than 90 percent of the total supply. There are approximately 240 medical devices manufacturers and 2,768 medical devices distributors. Domestic production is mostly focussed on disposable items, thus other consumables, high value-added products and sophisticated devices must be imported.

Join this webinar to explore the medical equipment demand and learn how to register in Indonesia. The webinar will discuss current market condition and outline the route foreign medical equipment suppliers and manufacturers should take.


The Speakers

Sam Myers - Her Majesty's Trade Commissioner for Asia Pacific (Southeast Asia)

Sam is responsible for trade and investment relationships between ASEAN and the UK and is covering Natalie Black's maternity leave. He is based in Singapore and leads a team of over 200 staff working in British Embassies and High Commissions to support UK businesses. He was earlier Deputy HM Trade Commissioner for Southeast Asia. Sam has worked for the pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca and entered civil service in 2001 in the Department for Trade and Industry. He spent 6 years in Asia with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, boosting science and technology partnerships with Southeast Asia and China.


Chris Wren - Executive Director, British Chamber of Commerce Indonesia (BritCham)

Born in Crosby, Liverpool in 1961, Chris Wren has now been in Indonesia for 22 years. Chris was International Development Consultant at London School of Public Relations, acted as Commercial Director for President University and set up the President Business Institute. Chris was Managing Director of the South East Asia Business Institute (SEABI). Chris resigned this position to take on the role of heading-up the BritCham Executive Office in April 2008 (after serving three years as an Honorary Board member), but remains a non-executive Director.


dr Randy H. Teguh - Secretary General for GAKESLAB (Indonesian Association of Medical and Laboratory Equipment Manufacturers and Distributors)

dr. Randy has been working for more than 25 years in the healthcare sector such as pharmaceutical, medical devices, health personnel and health facility management. dr. Randy has extensive knowledge of regulations on Medical Devices, domestic products governance and imported products. As a Secretary General, he actively represents GAKESLAB Indonesia to interact with government agencies and other professionals associations.



Ande Kurniawan - Healthcare Sector Lead for DIT Jakarta

Ande Kurniawan is the Healthcare sector lead in DIT Jakarta as well as Southeast Asia (SEA) Healthcare regional lead among other Posts that includes Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia and Philippines. He has been working for DIT Jakarta since 2014 with more 2 years experience in Healthcare sector in Indonesia.

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