Media Kit 2017

Sorotan is the quarterly publication of the German-Indonesian Chamber of Industry and Commerce. We provide comprehensive reports on current economic issues with due coverage from the business, political, and legal point of view, as well as dispense information on major tradefairs, events and EKONID activities. We offer an unbiased approach, an international perspective, and a strong local presence to deliver the most up-to-date reports on the state of doing business in Indonesia.

  • Who Read SOROTAN
  • What can I expect to read in Sorotan?
  • Where can I find Sorotan?
  • When is Sorotan published?

Who Read SOROTAN

Our target readership are affluent and educated individuals who are decision makers and influential people within their respective fields, from CEOs of multi-national corporations to high-ranking government officials.

What can I expect to read in Sorotan?

Each edition of Sorotan addresses topics relevant to our readers. We provide a deeper understanding on market trends, regulatory changes and the general investment climates via insightful articles, studies and up-to-date data.

Where can I find Sorotan?

Sorotan enjoys a limited circulation of up to 3,000 copies distributed solely to members, subscribers and interested individuals. Sorotan is also available in over 40 locations in Jakarta, its greater areas of Bekasi, Bogor, Depok and Tangerang, as well as in Solo, Yogyakarta, Surabaya and Bali. The magazine is also available for free online at the EKONID website (www.ekonid.ahk.de), which boasts a traffic of over 20,000 unique visitors per month.

When is Sorotan published?

Sorotan is published quarterly every March, June, September and December.

Why Should I Advertise?

Being the No. 1 chamber magazine in Indonesia, Sorotan enjoys strong support from its global Auslandshandelskammer (AHK) network, as well as more than 500 company and individual members, many of which have been doing business in Indonesia for nearly half-a-century. Our magazine provides direct access to influential people, decision makers and leaders in Indonesia, Germany, as well as across the globe.

EKONID is a part of the 130 German Chamber Abroad (AHKs), officially mandated by the German Federal Government to promote bilateral relations between Germany and Indonesia. EKONID aims to enhance its network and services for the benefit of its members, which is made up of companies and organizations in a wide range of fields and industries.

Members & Readers Segmentation