One-to-One Sessions with Chris Wren, ED of BritCham Indonesia
16 Mar 2017 — 17 Mar 2017
FREE ONE TO ONE SESSIONS WITH CHRIS WREN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF BRITCHAM INDONESIA
Many businesses hubbed in Malaysia or Singapore have been courting opportunities in Indonesia from a distance and without strategic intent.
This approach is changing.
If you are interested in learning more about Indonesia and how a more committed, more strategic approach may benefit your business and trading position in the largest economy of S.E. Asia, please come and talk to me.
Date: Friday, 7th April 2017
Time: 1pm - 5pm (20 minute sessions)
Venue: BMCC Office, Wisma Selangor Dredging
To book one-to-one session with Chris, please state your preferred time in the email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that sessions will be booked on the first-come-first-served basis.
About Chris Wern
Born in Crosby, Liverpool in 1961, Chris Wren has now been in Indonesia for 22 years. Since 1998, he has been involved in consulting relating to HR Development and post-graduate education.
In recent years, Chris was International Development Consultant at London School of Public Relations, acted as Commercial Director for President University and set up the President Business Institute. Chris was Managing Director of the South East Asia Business Institute (SEABI), which acts as a ‘relationship and marketing manager’ for British education institutions and training organizations seeking to enter, or further establish themselves in the Indonesian market. Chris resigned this position to take on the role of heading-up the BritCham Executive Office in April 2008 (after serving three years as an Honorary Board member), but remains a non-executive Director. In January 2012, Chris was appointed Commissioner of PT The Reds Indonesia, the joint-venture PMA set up for the LFC International Academy project in Indonesia. Away from business, Chris is active in the development of field hockey at local, provincial and national levels. He continues to drive the BritCham ‘Giving Kids A Sporting Chance’ community portfolio that he established from his BritCham Board position in 2007.