Business Lunch with Australian Ambassador for Women and Girls

by | Nov 6, 2017 | News/Event Page, Women Stories

Last Tuesday (31/10), the Australian Ambassador to Indonesia, HE Paul Grigson, organized a business lunch and roundtable discussion, in honor of the visit of Australian Ambassador for Women and Girls, Dr Sharman Stone, at the Ambassador’s Residence. ANGIN team was honored to be invited along with ANGIN’s angel investor Ibu Tience, Patamar Capital, Sovereign Capital, Investing in Women initiative, and four winners of Impact Accelerator Program organized by Kinara Indonesia and Patamar.

At this event, the four female-led enterprises who won the Impact Accelerator Program (Ladang Lima, Panen.ID, Hello Sunshine, and Rahsa Nusantara) shared their business stories, their challenges, and their milestones so far. It was an engaging discussion where everyone provided their insight and constructive input for these four women entrepreneurs.

PANEN.ID Panen ID gives farmers a direct access to the end users such as hotels, restaurants, and catering companies who need the supplies. By using Panen ID, farmers are able to sell their produce at a fair market price, thus optimizing their profit.

LADANG LIMA -Ladang Lima produces gluten-free products such as flour, snacks, and noodles with cassava as the main ingredient. Ladang Lima provides an opportunity for housewives who would like an extra income by becoming a reseller.

RAHSA NUSANTARARahsa Nusantara introduced traditional Indonesian drinks such as jamu and bir plethok, through sustainable production and modern packaging. The ready-to-drink specialty beverages are made from natural herbs such as turmeric, tamarind, and other spices/herbs.

HELLO SUNSHINEHello Sunshine aims to help people living in the big cities to get highly nutritious, gluten-free and healthy snack in an easy and fun packaging. Currently, Hello Sunshine is available in 12 online shops across Indonesia.

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