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Senior Associate, Business Intelligence
Manager, International Business Advisory
Home to the world’s biggest Muslim population, Indonesia has become one of the key markets in the global halal industry. The large consumer base and the country’s aim to become the halal industry hub presented investors with lucrative opportunities to tap into this burgeoning sector.
Indonesia continuously revolutionizing its F&B and other consumables industries with the government’s recent announcement of mandatory Halal certification for all F&B products (including related industries such as food storage and logistics) by October 2024. The country will also extend this regulation to cover cosmetics, textiles, leather, and shoe apparel products by 2026. As this regulation impacts both local and imported products, diving deep into the intricacies of the halal market and its certification process becomes crucial to ensure businesses stay on course amidst these changes.
Join us in an insightful session with Tsamaratul Qalbi, Senior Associate of the Business Intelligence Unit, and Jennifer Halim, International Business Advisory Manager, as they delve into the market’s opportunities and strategies for navigating the Halal industry requirements.
1. Overview of Indonesia's Halal market
2. Opportunities in Indonesia's Halal market for foreign investors
3. Overview of Halal certification and sectors required to obtain Halal Certification
4. Halal certification procedures
5. Challenges in the Halal certification procedure
This webinar is free of charge.
For questions, please contact Sahnaz Bustomi, Marketing Lead Indonesia.
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