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8:50 Chairperson’s Recap of Day One
HEALTHCARE INVESTMENT & PROJECT UPDATES
9:00 How to Capture the Opportunities in the C...
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IBC’s Indonesia Healthcare conference brings together healthcare leaders to discuss evolving policies, opportunities for private healthcare investment, partnerships, projects and initiatives.

Key Conference Themes:

Updates on Regulation and the Road Towards Universal Healthcare Coverage
Hospital Management & Cutting Edge Healthcare Delivery Standards
Digital Marketing and Telehealth Solutions
Healthcare Infrastructure Projects, Investments & Development
Generics & Access to Medicine
Public-Private Partnerships & Collaboration

Why You Must Attend This Year’s Event

Understand the proactive steps to take by hospitals, pharmaceutical and insurance companies for the new Universal Healthcare Coverage policy
Discover partnerships and investment opportunities in Indonesia
Hear different case studies from major hospitals, insurance and pharmaceutical companies
Meet and exchange business cards with your peers during the networking sessions
Learn how to deliver safe and quality healthcare from other Asian countries

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Indonesia Healthcare 2014

  1. 1. IBC HEALTHCARE Produced by: International Marketing Partner: Media Partners: www.indonesiahealthcare.com 18 - 21 N18 - 21 NOOVEMBVEMBER 2014ER 2014 GRGRAND HYAND HYAATTT JT JAKAKARARTTA, INDA, INDOONESNESIIAAGRAND HYATT JAKARTA, INDONESIA Partnerships & Investment in Indonesia’s Healthcare Infrastructure & Services Ali Ghufron Mukti Vice Minister, MINISTRY OF HEALTH, Indonesia Alexander Varghese Executive Director, SILOAM HOSPITALS MEDAN, Indonesia Chris Bendl CEO & President Director, MANULIFE, Indonesia Philip Cox Country Manager, PT TAKEDA INDONESIA, Indonesia Shimrath Paul CEO, MOCHTAR RIADY COMPREHENSIVE CARE CENTER, Indonesia Galatia Chandra Head of Management System, Global Operation, KALBE INTERNATIONAL, Indonesia Marcus Pitt President Director & CEO, SOHO GLOBAL HEALTH, Indonesia Hasbullah Thabrany Center for Health Economics and Policy Studies (CHEPS), UNIVERSITY OF INDONESIA, Indonesia Hartono Tanto CEO, PREMIER SURABAYA HOSPITAL, Indonesia Joyce Chang Director, Asia Pacific, JOINT COMMISSION INTERNATIONAL, Singapore 2014 EXPERT FACULTY INCLUDE: KEY CONFERENCE THEMES Universal Healthcare Coverage & Indonesia’s Healthcare Policy Developments Hospital Management & Cutting Edge Healthcare Delivery Standards Technology & Connected Health Solutions for Indonesia Healthcare Investment& Project Updates Changing Landscape of Pharmaceutical Market Partnerships & Collaboration ANSWER YOUR BURNING QUESTIONS ABOUT INDONESIA HEALTHCARE MARKET & OPPORTUNITIES Government, Hospital, Pharmaceutical, Insurance Companies:What are the proactive steps to take for the Universal Healthcare Coverage Policy? How do you position your hospital in Indonesia? To what extent can telehealth helps to reach the rural villages in Indonesia? Is it worth investing in Indonesia healthcare market? How can I increase my profit in manufacturing Generics? PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS Healthcare Management & Leadership Assessment Achieving Successful Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) in Indonesia POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP Telehealth A B C Healthcare
  2. 2. REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 register@ibcasia.com.sg www.idonesiahealthcare.com 19 N19 NOOVEMBVEMBER 2014ER 2014 | WWeedndnesesddaayy CONFERENCE DAY ONE 8:00 Registration Opens & Morning Coffee 8:50 Welcome Address from IBC Asia & Ice Breaker 9:00 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks UNIVERSAL HEALTHCARE COVERAGE & INDONESIA HEALTHCARE POLICY DEVELOPMENTS 9:10 Overview of Indonesia’s Healthcare Landscape Ali Ghufron Mukti, Vice Minister, MINISTRY OF HEALTH, Indonesia 9:30 Examining Indonesia’s Universal Healthcare Coverage Roadmap by 2019 • Identifying costs, benefits and current developments • Learning the difficulties and deciding how to overcome it • Discussing proactive steps to take and how to improve the implementation process • Evaluating Governmentís policy implementation • Executing insurance policies • Examining and strengthening relationships between hospital, pharmaceutical, insurance and government • Inspecting reimbursement claims: current policy vs. industryís assertion Moderator Wawan Mulyawan, Neurosurgeon Consultant & Health Insurance Expert, WOORIDUL SPINE CENTER JAKARTA, Indonesia Panelists: <Government> Ali Ghufron Mukti, Vice Minister, MINISTRY OF HEALTH, Indonesia <Hospital> Achmad Tancarino, CEO, RSAB HARAPAN KITA HOSPITAL, Indonesia AlexanderVarghese, Executive Director, SILOAM HOSPITALS MEDAN, Indonesia <Insurance> Chris Bendl, CEO&PresidentDirector, MANULIFE, Indonesia <Pharmaceutical> Shanti Shamdasan, Director, Government Affairs ASEAN, PT JOHNSON & JOHNSON, Indonesia 10:30 Morning Networking & Refreshment Break 11:00 Overcoming Challenges & Determining Lessons Learnt from APACís Universal Healthcare System • Establishing an efficient universal healthcare system • Discussing best practices and challenges encountered • Determining the pros and cons vs. cost and benefits of universal healthcare system Panelists: Michael S. Chen, Associate Professor, Department of Social Welfare , CHUNG-CHENG UNIVERSITY & Senior Advisor, National Health Insurance Administration, MINISTRY OF HEALTH, Taiwan Vicknesh Krishnan, Senior Assistant Director, Unit for National Health Financing, MINISTRY OF HEALTH, Malaysia Netnapis Suchonwanich, Assistant Secretary General, NATIONAL HEALTH SECURITY OFFICE, Thailand 11:40 Prospective Payment of Indonesian Universal Healthcare Coverage & Sustainability of the Programs • Understanding the payment mechanism and learning how to achieve it effectively • What are the current and foreseen challenges of the Government? • Examining payment to employers and healthcare providers Hasbullah Thabrany, Center for Health Economics and Policy Studies (CHEPS), UNIVERSITY OF INDONESIA, Indonesia 12:10 Sound Healthcare Platform for ASEAN Economic Community 2015 • Skilled healthcare labor readiness • Hospital Infrastructure and standards • Access of Medicines and trade barriers Shanti Shamdasan, Director, Government Affairs ASEAN, PT JOHNSON & JOHNSON, Indonesia 12:40 Networking Lunch & VIP Lunch Tables__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ VIP 1: Marcus Pitt, President Director & CEO, SOHO GLOBAL HEALTH, Indonesia__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ VIP 2: HartonoTanto, CEO, PREMIER SURABAYA HOSPITAL, Indonesia__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ VIP 3: Shimrath Paul, CEO, MOCHTAR RIADY COMPREHENSIVE CARE CENTER, Indonesia HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT & CUTTING EDGE HEALTHCARE DELIVERY STANDARDS 2:00 StrategicHospitalManagementinaCostControlledMarket • Positioning hospital • Improving management skills of the hospital teams • Inventory and procurement management • Discussing IT system Panelists: Hartono Tanto, CEO, PREMIER SURABAYA HOSPITAL, Indonesia Shimrath Paul, CEO, MOCHTAR RIADY COMPREHENSIVE CARE CENTER, Indonesia Dilshaad Ali Bin Abas Ali, President & Group Chief Executive Officer, TMC HEALTHCARE, Vietnam 2:30 Maintaining Quality & Ensuring Patient Safety Out of 1,883 hospitals in Indonesia, only 11 are internationally accredited. Learn from JCI the ways and importance of getting international accreditation. Joyce Chang, Director, Asia Pacific, JOINT COMMISSION INTERNATIONAL, Singapore 3:00 Applying Quality Tools in Monitoring, Analyzing and Implementing Change towards Patient Safety • Basic quality tools for healthcare quality data management • Requirements of any quality tool graphic to generate complete information • Using the quality tools in Clinical Managerial Decision Support Nirmal Gompa, Manager Operations and Quality, DUBAI LONDON CLINIC, UAE 3:30 Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break PARTNERSHIPS & CHANGING LANDSCAPE OF PHARMACEUTICAL MARKET 4:00 To What Extent Can Generics’Cost be Adjusted for the Indonesia Market • Adopting a tiered price-volume strategy for a large population based market • Commercializing products without compromising drug prices and services • Manufacturing high quality generics Panelist: Fransiscus Xaverius Widiyatmo, Head, Corporate Business Development, PT KALBE FARMA, Indonesia Philip Cox, Country Manager, PT TAKEDA INDONESIA, Indonesia 4:40 Partnering with Indonesiaís Local Pharmaceutical Companies • Impact of new negative investment list • Finding the right partner • Ensuring partners can be more than shareholders Philip Cox, Country Manager, PTTAKEDA INDONESIA, Indonesia 5:10 Examining Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Opportunities in Indonesia • Importance of PPP in Indonesia • Examining existing vs. future PPP structures • Learning from successful PPP projects Panelist: Rooswanti Soeharno, Social Sector Officer, Indonesia Resident Mission, ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK, Indonesia Edgar Saravia, Program Manager for Advisory Services in PPPs, EastAsia&Pacific, INTERNATIONAL FINANCE CORPORATION, Indonesia 6:00 Chairperson’s Summary & End of Conference Day One PANEL DISCUSSION OPENING ADDRESS PANEL DISCUSSION PANEL DISCUSSION PANEL DISCUSSION PANEL DISCUSSION
  3. 3. 8:50 Chairperson’s Recap of Day One HEALTHCARE INVESTMENT & PROJECT UPDATES 9:00 How to Capture the Opportunities in the Current Dynamics & Highly Attractive Indonesian Healthcare Market? • Identifying strategic decision making model and process • What are the strengths to develop and implement effective strategies in different levels: ~ Corporate ~ Business Unit ~ Functional Level • Implementing strategies and evaluating performance, including feedbacks • Strategic management lessons: How does Siloam Hospital Group capture opportunities? Rudy Susanto Oey, Healthcare Council Member, GERSON LEHRMAN GROUP; InternationalLiaisonforACHEforIndonesia, AMERICAN COLLEGE OF HEALTHCARE EXECUTIVES (ACHE), USA & Foreign Medical Graduate Practitioner, RSUPN CIPTO MANGUNKUSUMO HOSPITAL (RSCM), Indonesia 9:30 Examining Proven & Successful JointVentures in Indonesia • Strategic considerations – when JVs make sense and when they don’t? • What are the considerations in finding the right partner? • Successful execution projects • Structuring and valuation considerations Ramesh Rajentheran, Managing Director, Head – Asian Healthcare, Investment Banking, BARCLAYS, Hong Kong 10:00 Morning Networking & Refreshment Break 10:30 Financing Healthcare Projects in Indonesia: What is the Future for Investors? • Barriers to foreign investment • Securing ownerships of foreign companies • Examining acquisition projects Panelist: Ramesh Rajentheran, Managing Director, Head- Asian Healthcare, Investment Banking, BARCLAYS, Hong Kong Subroto Banerji, Director, Industrials, Consumer & Healthcare, Investment Banking, CIMB, Indonesia S Budisuharto, Commissioner, LIPPO GENERAL INSURANCE, Indonesia 11:10 Providing Awareness & Prevention of Chronic Diseases in Indonesia • Meeting chronic diseasesí challenges • Creating awareness and preventive measures • Learning from case studies in Asia Kenneth Thorpe, Chairman, PARTNERSHIP TO FIGHT CHRONIC DISEASE & Robert W. Woodruff Professor & Chair, DepartmentofHealthPolicy&Management, ROLLINS SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, EMORY UNIVERSITY, USA REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 register@ibcasia.com.sg www.idonesiahealthcare.com 20 N20 NOOVEMBVEMBER 2014ER 2014 | ThThururssddaayy CONFERENCE DAY TWOPANEL DISCUSSION TECHNOLOGY & CONNECTED HEALTH SOLUTIONS FOR INDONESIA 11:40 Deliberating Benefits & Challenges of Using Digital Marketing to Promote Healthcare Services • Integrating digital marketing with traditional marketing strategies • The relevance of digital marketing in Indonesia • Is Social Media the best tool for digital marketing? Galatia Chandra, Head of Management System, Global Operation, KALBE INTERNATIONAL, Indonesia 12:10 Moving BeyondVideo Conferencing to Revolutionize How Healthcare is Delivered • Sharing a Tele-eye care project providing screening services to remote Australia • Examining a Mobile phone based cardiac rehabilitation service • The use of sensor networks in providing aged care services David Hansen, Chief Executive Officer, Australian E-Health Research Centre, CSIRO ICT CENTRE, Australia 12:40 Networking Lunch & VIP Lunch Tables__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ VIP 1: Philip Cox, Country Manager, PTTAKEDA INDONESIA, Indonesia__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ VIP 2: S Budisuharto, Commissioner, LIPPO GENERAL INSURANCE, Indonesia__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ VIP 3: Shanti Shamdasan, Director,GovernmentAffairsASEAN, PT JOHNSON & JOHNSON, Indonesia 2:00 Reducing Diagnostic & Medication Errors by Implementing Electronic Health Records • Making decision based on data, quality management and reports • Identifying the benefits of early adoption EHR • Discussing billing and financing Johan Hutauruk, ITDirector, JAKARTA EYE CENTER, Indonesia 2:30 Electronic Medical Records: Educating Healthcare Personnel Effectively • What are the benefits and barriers for adopting EHR/EMR? • Examining the business case of implementing EHR/EMR • Understanding the impact to healthcare professionals like doctors and nurses • Technologies vs. IT infrastructure Christian Orejudos, Executive Vice-President & Chief Operating Officer, SHANGHAI REDLEAF WOMEN’S HOSPITAL, China 3:00 Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break 3:30 Round Table Discussions__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Table 1: Collaborating with Midwives in Providing Healthcare Services__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Table 2: Determining the Key Success to Increase OTC Performance in Indonesia Market__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Table 3: Sending Healthcare Messages to Rural Villages via SMS__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Suggest a topic and lead your own table. Be ready to share the group’s key takeaways on the stage. For more information, contact Gladys Landicho at Gladys.Landicho@ibcasia.com.sg 5:00 Chairperson’s Summary of the Day & End of Conference
  4. 4. REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 register@ibcasia.com.sg www.idonesiahealthcare.com WORKSHOPS PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS: 18 NOVEMBER 2014 | TUESDAY Healthcare Management & Leadership Assessment Workshop A (9:00am – 12:00 noon) Contemporary Healthcare Leadership Competencies Assessment Tools: Assessing Healthcare Executive's Critical Areas of Management and Leadership This topic covers the crucial subsets or areas relevant to healthcare management and leadership tasks typically performed by healthcare executives and managers or leaders, in the life science industry settings regardless of years of experience. This assessment is designed to help the healthcare executives to identify their areas of strengths and areas of weaknesses they may wish to include for their personal and professional development. At the end of this workshop, healthcare executives must be able to demonstrate†management and leadership competencies in aspects of all these five domains areas. This workshop will discuss the healthcare management and leadership competencies that are categorized into five critical subsets or domains: Communication and Relationship Management Leadership Professionalism Knowledge of the Healthcare Environment Business Skills and Knowledge WORKSHOP LEADER: Rudy Susanto Oey, Healthcare Council Member, GERSON LEHRMAN GROUP; International Liaison for Indonesia, AMERICAN COLLEGE OF HEALTHCARE EXECUTIVES (ACHE), USA & Foreign Medical Graduate Practitioner, RSUPN CIPTO MANGUNKUSUMO HOSPITAL (RSCM), Indonesia He has over 20 years’ management and leadership experience in life science industries such as medical, hospital, and biopharmaceutical in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Canada. Previously, he was the Healthcare Council Member at the Consumer Health Division of Hong Kong based conglomerate, QI Group of Company at Toronto, Canada, and Director of Medical Affairs, Marketing, and Business Development at Giant Leap Healthcare Ltd., Canada, from Jan 2009 to Dec 2012. He started his career at the Healthcare (Hospital) Service Sector at Filemon D. Tanchoco Medical Foundation Hospital at Manila, the Philippines, from Jul 1990 to Apr 1991 and became Director/CEO of Royal Progress Hospital, Jakarta, Indonesia, from May 1991 to Dec 1993. He extended further his experience in the Pharmaceutical Industry as Director of Cardiovascular Business Unit and Marketing at Pfizer/Warner Lambert Division and Takeda Pharmaceutical, Indonesia from Nov 1993 to Oct 2002 prior to expatriating to Canada to continue his life science education interest in basic medical science and clinical medicine training at Kaplan Medical, Toronto and Health Force Ontario. Prior to joining QI Group,†he was Director of Health and Chairman of NEWSTART Health Project under Adventist Health System Canada from Jan 2005 to Dec 2008. Achieving Successful Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) in Indonesia Workshop B (1:30pm – 5:30pm) With the growing needs of healthcare infrastructure and services in Asia, the domain of PPPs have been tempered with and charted with many different views and experiences.The objective of this workshop is to further explore and demonstrate the possible areas for an organization or agency to consider before embarking on a partnership that brings two different perspectives and approaches together. Session 1: What are PPPs? Defining the roles of the partnership How do they work? Do we need PPPs in Healthcare? Session 2: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly PPPs Case studies on PPPs Key learnings Session 3: Structuring a PPP Strategy Defining needs Delineating roles Making a plan Session 4: PPP Simulation Workshop (Group work) Building a model of a Healthcare PPP Session 5: Measuring the Success of PPPs Who gains from PPPs? Industry players vs. bureaucratic practices How to optimize PPPs in building legacies and sustainability Debate:Will PPPs in Healthcare Succeed in Empowering Nations? WORKSHOP LEADER: Dilshaad Ali Bin Abas Ali, President & Group Chief Executive Officer, TMC HEALTHCARE, Vietnam Dr Dilshaad is an accomplished Healthcare Manager with a distinguished career and driving force behind successful lucrative projects, with a sound reputation for spearheading growth and long term value. He is a visionary and engaging leader with proven qualifications and results in all aspects of hospital administration and management. He has a strong record implementing profound and fundamental change resulting in dramatic improvements in efficiency and profitability. He is also experienced in the optimal management of resources to achieve targeted organizational goals and objectives and has the proven ability in creating a positive, high energy work culture that attracts and retains the best employees. Well accomplished in working in a global environment across borders and different areas of diversity, Dr Dilshaad has created many USPs in his career across Asia and the Middle East. He is currently the President and Group Chief Executive Officer of TMC Healthcare JSC and also Group Chief Executive Officer of Asia Medical Group; based in Vietnam. He also functions as Board Member on several other healthcare organizations in the region. POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP: 21 NOVEMBER 2014 | FRIDAY WORKSHOP LEADERS: Henrik Gaunsbæk, Innovation Consultant / Project Manager, Centre forInnovativeMedicalTechnology,DepartmentofOperationalExcellence & IT, LEAN & Innovation, ODENSE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL, Denmark Henrik Gaunsbaek holds a university degree, Master of Science, Business Administration, in International Marketing. He is working as Innovation Consultant at Odense University Hospital, Denmark. Focusing on International Innovation projects with relation to Telehealth, Health IT, clinical innovation, mHealth, private-public partnership etc. Since 2008 he also worked as Project Manager in the fields of Information CommunicationTechnologies for healthcare for the executive management of the hospital. Before this, he did hold various positions in International Relations in private companies and governmental organisation. Peter Morgan, Healthcare IT Consultant, Singapore Peter Morgan is an experienced healthcare IT professional with more than 15 years of international experience in strategy, program management and operations. Peter was most recently the CIO for Singaporeís Agency for Integrated Care (AIC), the Ministry of Healthís organization responsible for referral and care coordination for elderly Singaporeans while concurrently also the Program Director, Community and Integrated Care (CIC) at MOH Holdings. MOH Holdings is an operating agency of the Singapore Ministry of Health and is responsible for national IT strategy. Prior to arriving in Singapore, Peter was Vice-President, Business Development for McKesson UK. The team he led was responsible for assessing clinical and business intelligence solutions for possible acquisition and implementation across the UK and Europe. His other healthcare IT work includes co-authoring a telehealth sustainability study for the Alaska Federal Health Care Access Network, and having operational responsibility for telehealth networks in Nova Scotia, Canada, and being a consultant to Health Canada. Telehealth • Workshop C (9:00am – 5:00pm) Is telehealth just a buzz word – when will telehealth get it’s breakthrough? What are the drivers for telehealth success? Advantages & limitations of telehealth Which clinical specialties are most suited for telehealth? How to implement successful telehealth programmes – what to have in mind? How to evaluate – both from a holistic, financial, medical & a patient point of view? Ensuring patient safety Partners in telehealth consortia or projects Telehealth & medical devices – point of care device integration Data privacy & secure connections SIM/GSM Wi-Fi Satellite Telehealth & documentation
  5. 5. REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 register@ibcasia.com.sg www.idonesiahealthcare.com IBC HEALTHCARE 18 - 21 N18 - 21 NOOVEMBVEMBER 2014ER 2014 GRGRAND HYAND HYAATTT JT JAKAKARARTTA, INDA, INDOONESNESIIAAGRAND HYATT JAKARTA, INDONESIA Partnerships & Investment in Indonesia’s Healthcare Infrastructure & Services Dear Colleague, IBC Asia is delighted to introduce the first Indonesia Healthcare Conference that will be held at the five-star Grand Hyatt Hotel in Jakarta, Indonesia on 18-21 November 2014. In this conference, we will discuss regulations, investments, developments, projects and initiatives going into Indonesia’s healthcare reform. We managed to confirm industry experts from Indonesia and other countries to highlight improvements on healthcare standards, financing and partnerships opportunities, demand for chronic diseases treatment, strategies for growth, penetrating Indonesiaís healthcare market as well as development of health insurance and financing schemes of Universal Health Coverage. We are hoping to see you in Jakarta this November! Sincerely yours, Gladys Landicho Conference Producer AGENDA AT A GLANCE Pre-Conference Workshops 18 November | Tuesday Conference Day One 19 November | Wednesday Conference Day Two 20 November | Thursday Post-Conference Workshops 21 November | Friday Workshop A: Healthcare Management and Leadership Assessment Universal Healthcare Coverage & Indonesia Healthcare Policy Developments Healthcare Investment & Project Updates Workshop C: Telehealth Networking Lunch Workshop B: Achieving Successful Public- Private Partnerships (PPP) in Indonesia Hospital Management & Cutting Edge Healthcare Delivery Standards Partnerships & Changing Landscape of Pharmaceutical Market Technology & Connected Health Solutions for Indonesia Workshop C: Telehealth (continue) ■ Government 3% ■ Hospitals 25% ■ Insurance Companies 15% ■ Pharmaceutical Companies 20% ■ Academics 5% ■ NGOs 1% ■ Healthcare Associations 5% ■ Healthcare IT Providers 7% ■ Medical Equipment & Technology Providers 7% ■ Healthcare Consultants 5% ■ Healthcare Reits 5% ■ Healthcare Property Developers 2% ■ Indonesia 55% ■ Rest of South East Asia 25% ■ North Asia 15% ■ Rest of the World 5% For sponsorship enquiries, please contact: Charlene Tan T: +65 65082455 E: Charlene.Tan@ibcasia.com.sg Who You Will Meet Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities Available Showcase your latest healthcare technologies & solutions Meet & network with senior decision makers in Indonesia Position your brand as the market leader in Asia & stand out from the competition Generate new business contacts & strengthen existing accounts.
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