The Indonesia Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce Junior Chapter (ITCCJC) held its Membership Assembly and an ESG Forum on September 10. This conference aimed to assist the ITCCJC members in understanding global trends and the regulatory environment in Indonesia, facilitating businesses in gaining a competitive edge during transitional phases. Notable attendees included the Taipei Economic and Trade Office in Jakarta Expatriate Division Chief Shu-ling Lee, Secretary Mei-ling Liao, Economic Division Chief Feng-Jing Lu, Secretary Jian-chang Chen, ITCC President Sheng-bin Wang, Honorary President An-zuo Wang, Secretary General Dong-yi Kuo, Chief Financial Officer Shi-hao Liu, and General Manager Zi-qiang Tan from EVA Air in Indonesia.
The ITCCJC invited entrepreneurs in the field of ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) to share their practical industry experiences. This gathering provides members with valuable insights into the current state and future development of ESG. The topics of the forum included strategies for business owners to address ESG goals, insights on Indonesian carbon taxes, supply chain carbon management initiatives, and Indonesian net-zero policies. Speakers included Quan Hsu, General Manager of ByteDance's gaming subsidiary in Indonesia, Pin-hui Hsieh, Manager of Laddo New Energy Company, along with Deputy Manager Li-jia Huang and Assistant Manager Yan-lun Su from KPMG.
The ITCCJC President Suzanne Fu stated that every effort made by compatriots abroad is worthy of recognition. In Indonesia, there are many Taiwanese entrepreneurs, and second or third-generation Taiwanese business owners, all of whom have demonstrated outstanding performance. They are constantly seeking new information and professional integration to gain a competitive edge for their businesses. Through the collaboration between top local professionals and business chambers, more people will come to recognize the value of Taiwan.
At the event today, Chief Shu-ling Lee, representing OCAC, awarded the certificates of Global Young Entrepreneur Stars to Han Lin and Yu-Yu Chang. She also encouraged the young entrepreneurs to persist in their innovative pursuits and invited more members to actively participate in next year's award selection.
From the left: KPMG Deputy Manager Li-jia Huang, KPMG Assistant Manager Yan-lun Su, ITCCJC President Suzanne Fu, Pin-hui Hsieh, Manager of Laddo New Energy Company, and Quan Hsu, General Manager of ByteDance's gaming subsidiary in Indonesia.
The youth members carefully listened to the talks on supply chain carbon management initiatives and greenhouse gas inventory.
Chief Shu-ling Lee, representing the Expatriate Division of the Taipei Economic and Trade Office, Jakarta, Indonesia, awarded the certificate of Global Young Entrepreneur Stars to Yu-Yu Chang's sister, who received the award on her behalf.
Chief Shu-ling Lee, representing the Expatriate Division of the Taipei Economic and Trade Office, Jakarta, Indonesia, awarded the certificate of Global Young Entrepreneur Stars to Han Lin.