Third Party Event

26 Sep 2018 - 28 Sep 2018

It’s projected to be the fourth largest economy in the world by 2050.

With 250 million people (increasing by 4.5 million a year) it is the world’s fourth most populous country and the largest in Southeast Asia. It offers opportunities for UK companies across all sectors including education. 60% of global growth is expected to come from Asia by 2025. Indonesia is part of ASEAN which has a free trade zone. It is also strategically placed to do business with China, Japan and Australia,” said William Prieto-Parra, Head of Events – UK and International, BESA.

GESS Indonesia will feature a wide range of educational talks and workshops, including how the latest technological advances can be used in classroom as support tools for teachers and learning aides for students; leadership and classroom management techniques; improving literacy and linguistic skills of students; as well as sessions organised by Ministry of Education, ANPS and ADI Indonesia.

In addition, some of the hottest topics being talked about in Indonesian schools will also be discussed in various presentations, among them bullying, creativity in classrooms, adopting a healthy and active lifestyle, adopting technical/vocation literacy in the early years and others.

GESS Indonesia also runs an exhibition component participated in by over a hundred education focused-brands and companies from Indonesia and the international business community.

Education professionals and decision makers from schools who wish to attend GESS Indonesia may register for free via