KITA.ORG

Overseas Centers

Introduction

KITA has established a strong network of overseas centers to promote international trade and foster economic cooperation. It operates 12 global centers in major cities around the globe.

Washington D.C.
New York
Dallas
Brussels
UAE
Warsaw
Ho Chi Minh
New Delhi
Jakarta
Tokyo
Beijing
Shanghai

New York

New York

Washington D.C.

Washington D.C.

Brussels

Brussels

New Delhi

New Delhi

Ho Chi Minh

Ho Chi Minh

UAE

UAE

Jakarta

Jakarta

Tokyo

Tokyo

Beijing

Beijing

Shanghai

Shanghai

Dallas

Dallas

Gateway to ASEAN Economies

The Jakarta Branch of the KITA opened in 2015 to promote trade and trade cooperation with Indonesia and other ASEAN countries (Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, etc.) and support Korean companies' market development and advocacy.

As the importance of the Southeast Asian market has increased due to the government's New Southern Policy, the signing of the Korea-Indonesia CEPA, and the ASEAN-Korea FTA, we have been supporting Korean companies that want to enter the region in a stable manner.

In particular, we will continue striving to create tangible results for Korean companies by providing market information such as export counseling sessions, dispatching potential buyers, conducting local market research, and holding briefings and seminars.

KITA Jakarta branch will fulfill its roles and responsibilities as a "guide to the New Southern Era."

Holding a Trade Fair for Korean Products in Jakarta.
Matching buyers for exhibitions and trade meetings.
Support for dispatching promising Indonesian and ASEAN buyers to Korea.
Holding briefings and seminars on trade and economic cooperation.
Support for utilizing the Korea-Indonesia CEPA and the Korea-ASEAN FTA.
Collecting economic, trade and marketing information on Malayan countries.
Research on how to enter the Southeast Asian market for promising export products.
Investigating the difficulties of Korean companies entering the local market and recommending solutions.
Preparing research reports on market trends and major issues.
Working with the Indonesian government and local organizations.
Organizing international conferences and seminars on economic and trade issues.
Promoting the Korean economy and companies.
Supporting visits of Indonesian organizations and prominent business leaders.
Exchanging information with expatriate business associates/international organizations.
  • Hyung Sun ParkChief Representative
    +62-21-5140-1150~1 hs.park@kita.or.kr
    • Overall business management.
  • Ryan Kookhan LEEAssistant Chief Representative
    • Overseas Marketing and Business Match making
    • Korea-Indonesia Corporation Networking
    • Korean Shppers' Logistics Council in Indonesia
    • Market and Trade Research
    • KITA Jakarta Center Operation
  • Ratna Jaya SuciningrumManager
    +62-21-5140-1150~1 ratna.js@kita.or.kr
    • Accounting / Financial management.
    • General Affairs.
  • Tae Hoon KimAssistant manager
    +62-21-5140-1150~1 taehoon.kim@kita.or.kr
    • Corporate grievance.
    • Overseas marketing.
    • Member service (consulting).
  • Jodie Anisya KusumasariAssistant manager
    +62-21-5140-1150~1 jodieak@kita.or.kr
    • Buyer discovery and overseas marketing.
    • Government affairs.
  • Beryl NydiaAssistant manager
    +62-21-5140-1150~1 nydia8@kita.or.kr
    • Economic and industry trend research.
    • Localization difficulties research.
Address
Equity Tower Lt.40 Suite 40B, SCBD Lot 9, Jl. Jenderal Sudirman Kav.52-53, Jakarta 12190
Tel
+62-21-5140-1150~1, 070-7841-6062
Fax
+62-21-5140-2502
Email
kitajkt@kita.net