Ag-Volution For The Future | Indonesia
Ag-Volution For The Future | Regional Roadshow (Indonesia)
Date & Time
24 Aug, 11:00am-2:00pm
Kantorkuu, Agro Plaza, Ground Fl
Target Audience Group
Agriculture companies including urban farming, F&B Brand Owners and Manufacturers, Food service companies, B2C Restaurants & Marketplace, Urban farming, Innovative Start-ups and SMEs, Government Agencies, Trade Associations and Media
Indonesia is currently undergoing a series of transformations in industrialising its economy. As a nation abundant with diverse agriculture, it is not surprising that Indonesia has been gearing up to adopt a technologically forward approach in the Agri-Food sector. Stakeholders in the industry have been actively involved in seeking opportunities for improvements towards the efficiency and effectiveness of the agri-food sector.
As Agri-Food Tech Expo Asia (AFTEA) makes its debut, the roadshow in Indonesia aims to gather partners at the forefront of innovation in Indonesia’s agri-food and tech sectors to spark discussion. Key takeaways include:
- Examining existing initiatives and fresh perspectives to strengthen Indonesia's agriculture
- Addressing the key challenges limiting industrial growth
- Promoting the continued acceleration of the Indonesian Agri-Food Tech industry
Co-founder and Chief Revenue Officer, PT Ultima Rasa Akselerasi
Putu Juli Ardika
Director General of Agro Based Industry, Ministry of Industry
Adhi S. Lukman
Chairman, Association of Food and Beverage Entrepreneurs (GAPMMI)
Dr. Iwan Winardi
Managing Director, PT Fruit-ING Indonesia
Program (Subjected to changes)
|11:00-11:05||Opening Remarks by Constellar & Local key partner (Govt/Assoc)|
Keynote Address: Revolutionising Indonesia’s Agri-Food Industry in line with National Medium Term Development Plan (RPJMN) 2020-2024
Agriculture is a significant contributor to economic development and employment across Indonesia, making up 13.3% of the nation’s GDP in 2021. As Indonesia prepares to start adopting more digitalised techniques to cater to an ever-changing population, plans to transform the Agri-Food Tech sector have also been put in place. Areas earmarked for improvement include food security, sustainability, and the value-add of agricultural commodities.
In this session, we discuss:
Kickstarting growth for Indonesia’s Agri-Food Tech startups
Strong local support is available for the growth of Agri-Food Tech. In 2019, Indonesia ranked second in ASEAN with $165 million invested across 26 startup deals. With emerging technologies and gaps in the Agri-Food industry waiting to be resolved, there is no shortage of opportunities for innovation. How should entrepreneurs leverage their partnerships with investors to build successful startups?
This session will discuss:
Panel Discussion: Building a business ecosystem to support sustainable Agri-Food initiatives in Indonesia
Indonesia is one of the world's largest producers of agricultural products, leading to high involvement in sectors ranging from producers and manufacturers to investors and service providers. Recently, with thriving demand for food innovation, new key stakeholders have entered the scene. Starting from regulators to industry leaders, startups and investors, a sustainable ecosystem can be built to propel the Agri-Food industry to its next height.
This session will discuss:
By in-country partner representative