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Trade Mission: EU-Indonesia Business Network Healthcare Mission to Indonesia


At your Glance

Trade mission dates: 7–10 April 2019

Target region: Jakarta

Format: Individual business meetings, market information event, discussions with hospitals

Co-funded by: European Union

Organised by: EU-Indonesia Business Network

Who should join

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), active in the Healthcare sector, established within the EU, selling or marketing a European product or service, currently exporting or demonstrating export readiness to Southeast Asia.

The mission is aimed at product and service providers along the entire value chain, from planning a new hospital to equipping with medical devices.

Your benefits of participation

  • Better potential assessment of the market
  • An industry-specific target market analysis is provided to help you prepare for the trip
  • Development of new business opportunities in the Indonesian market
  • Individual appointments with potential business partners
  • Exploring the headquarters of potential customers locally

Indonesia Healthcare Sector

With more than 186 million contributors (as of December 2017) to state health insurance, public health spending is also rising. These increased from $57.2 billion in 2015 to $80.6 billion in 2016. By 2020, the entire population will be covered by health insurance. The resulting surge in demand will further increase spending and further increase investment needs.

Overall, the Indonesian healthcare sector has a lot of catching up to do. In 2014, investment in the healthcare sector was only 2.8 percent of the gross domestic product. Indonesia is one of the laggards internationally, compared to a global average of 9.9 percent. In 2015, Indonesia had just over 2,500 hospitals with 310,000 beds.

This corresponded to a quota of only twelve beds per 10,000 inhabitants. The great need for additional hospital capacity currently attracts mainly private providers. In the long term, due to the enormous need to catch up, several hundred hospitals could still be created every year.

Preliminary Programme


For more details of the preliminary programme, prices for attending and instructions on how to register your company’s participation in this trade mission, please view and download the PDF below.

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