The Indonesian Embassy in Cairo in Collaboration with the B2B Marketplace Platform Made in Indonesia
Tuesday (27 October 2020) the Indonesian Embassy in Cairo in collaboration with the B2B marketplace platform Made in Indonesia held Virtual Business Matching activities in an effort to increase market penetration of Indonesian products to Egypt, especially coffee and spices.
In key remarks, the Director General of National Export Development, Ministry of Trade of the Republic of Indonesia, Kasan Muhri explained that Indonesian coffee and spices products have many variants and distinctive flavors and global quality. Indonesia is the largest supplier of coffee and the 7th supplier of spices in Egypt and there are still many trade opportunities that need to be explored and have added value in this sector.
The Head of the Indonesian Representative for Egypt, M. Aji Surya, said that Egypt is an important non-traditional trade partner for Indonesia so that trade partnerships through business matching need to be improved.
The Trade Attache of the Indonesian Embassy in Cairo explained that we will make this activity a tradition during the Pandemic era, bringing together Egyptian business actors with Indonesian producers with the hope of growing potential transactions for Indonesia’s superior products, especially providing opportunities for cooperatives and MSMEs to penetrate export markets abroad. can grow the market share of Indonesia’s leading trade products, which are strived not only offline but also online.
The event, which was attended by Indonesian coffee and spice entrepreneurs and Egyptian buyers, was continued with one on one business matching in a virtual space. this activity was the Director of Export Product Development, Olvy Andrianita; CEO of Made in Indonesia, Ilyas Bhat; as well as representatives of associations and the Chamber of Commerce of the two countries.