Event Details

ASEAN New Zealand Business Council Zoom event! Join our ASEAN Impacts Series. Registrations essential to get this business briefing on COVID-19 Market Response and the wider Impacts for business - across the region provided by independent business people on the ground. They'll cover topics such as:


· General economic outlook

· Update of the COVID-19 in your market and on businesses in your region

· What are the challenges that the market continues to face at the present time? And what are the opportunities?

· Big takeaway learnings for Indonesia

Speakers

  • Tissa Aunilla (CEO of Pipiltin Cocoa)

    Tissa Aunilla

    CEO of Pipiltin Cocoa

    Tissa Aunilla is the CEO of Pipiltin Cocoa, an inclusive business, a bean to bar, chocolate company from Indonesia. Indonesia is the third largest cocoa bean producer in the world, yet the domestic market is flooded with imported chocolate, so she started Pipiltin Cocoa, with her brother, Irvan Helmi, to introduce single origin premium chocolates of Indonesia. She committed to source cocoa ethically from smallholder farmers in Indonesia’s Bali, Aceh, Flores, East Java, and West Papua. Direct sourcing allows Pipiltin Cocoa to support the sustainability of cocoa farming by working with farmers to promote sustainable practices. In preparation to founding the company, Tissa took a Master Chocolatier Program in Schwyz, Switzerland. She is one of ASEAN Young Business Leaders Initiative members, a program managed by Asia New Zealand Foundation on behalf of the New Zealand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Prior to founding Pipiltin, Tissa was a corporate lawyer. Tissa took the Law and Economics Master’s Program at the Utrecht University in 2004.

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    Adrian Gunadi

    CEO of Investree

  • PM

    Philip Morgan

    Counsel at Freshfields

    He has more than 17 years of experience advising corporates, financial investors and governments on their global acquisitions, joint ventures, project developments and divestments. Philip’s practice focuses primarily on three areas: transactions and projects in the energy and natural resources sector, Indonesian transactions and matters across all sectors, and emerging markets M&A.

    Since relocating to Southeast Asia 12 years ago, Philip has acted for clients on many of the most significant energy M&A transactions in the Asia-Pacific region and globally, as well as a number of landmark and first of their kind transactions and projects in Indonesia and throughout Southeast Asia.

    Philip has been recognised by Chambers Asia Pacific for many years as a Leader in the Field (Singapore, Energy) as well as a Recognised Practitioner for Indonesia work, and by IFLR 1000 Energy and Infrastructure Guide as a Rising Star. He is a member of the Jakarta steering committee of the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators and an occasional lecturer at Gadjah Mada University in Yogyakarta.

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