German Business Mission to Indonesia: Hospital Design and Equipment

10/25/2017 Latest News

November 5-10, 2017

Following the revision of Indonesia’s Negative Investment List mandated by Presidential Regulation No.44/2016, the Indonesian healthcare sector has since seen a sharp rise in foreign investment during the first half of 2017. Furthermore, the Government's premiere national universal health insurance program (also known as BPJS), the country’s robust economic growth, the rising GDP per capita, and its large population, present ample market opportunities for German companies to explore and seek potential cooperation in the field of healthcare.

With the support of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), as well as German partners from the Innovation Networks for Optical Technologies (OptecNet Deutschland e.V), German Healthcare Partnership (GHP), the German Association of Consulting Engineers (VBI), and Puchala International Markterschließung, EKONID will be hosting a hospital design and equipment business delegation on November 5-10, 2017.

The six-day mission will take place in Jakarta, Surabaya, and Bali, within which two business forums will be organized separately in Jakarta on the 6th of November and in Surabaya on the 9th of November 2017. Apart from the business forums, the mission program will consist of B2B meetings, roundtable discussions with relevant local stakeholders and associations, and institution visits.

It is expected that ten to twelve German companies, accompanied by the BMWi, will visit Indonesia. The delegation is expected to comprise of hospital management companies, equipment suppliers, consulting firms as well as architecture companies and institution.

Currently, EKONID is preparing a market study on hospital design and equipment in Indonesia. The study is estimated to be final at the end of September 2017. It shall also be made publicly made available at the same time.

For more information on this upcoming delegation event, please contact Mr. Stephan Blocks – Phone No.: +62 21 315 4685 or Email: stephan.blocks(at)