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India and Indonesia as an example of the Asian value chain diversification

The COVID-pandemic has painfully exposed the risks of a single-country dependency or globally dispersed manufacturing and supply chains. 

In its wake, companies the world over are reviewing their strategies and dependencies and are putting into place contingency labor and production plans that can withstand future disruptions. There is even talk that cost is no longer the most important aspect in supply chain site selection. A number of emerging markets, with developed industrial sectors and low labor costs, are promoting themselves as alternatives or additional options. Two such countries are India and Indonesia.

Join us for a virtual round-table discussion with country-experts, to find out how India and Indonesia are positioning themselves and how your organization could possibly benefit from tapping into their manufacturing and supply chain capabilities.

Register now for the webinar «India and Indonesia as an example of the Asian value chain diversification» taking place on September 9, 2020 at 10:00h (CET/MEZ). 

This webinar is part of the digital conference GoGlobal Days 2020 and taking place from September 08 - 11, 2020 in a digital and free of charge program including individual consulting sessions. You only need to register once and you have access to the program of all four days, including this webinar out of the the Asia, Middle East and Oceania series. You will receive the login to the platform by email one week prior to the event.

We are looking forward to an exciting webinar with you!



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Target audience Swiss companies that have the entire production in only one Asian country and are considering a second pillar.
Organizer Switzerland Global Enterprise
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Online (CET/MEZ)

Cost of participating Free of charge


This webinar is part of the GoGlobal Days 2020

Welcome and introduction

Beat Ineichen, Senior Consultant South Asia & Oceania

Round-table discussion with country experts: India and Indonesia, including Q&A with participants

Klaus Maier, Managing Director at Maier+Vidorno India; Tarun Gupta, Managing Partner at T&A Consulting India; Anton Santoso, President Director of PT. Santoso Teknindo (STI); Swiss Business Hub India, ASEAN and Indonesia


Beat Ineichen, Senior Consultant South Asia & Oceania

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