CIPS believes that greater economic freedom and open markets generate economic opportunities for Indonesians to access and earn decent livelihoods. Whether through trade and investment, digital technologies, entrepreneurship, property rights, or employment opportunities, CIPS advocates for policy reforms that enable Indonesians of all backgrounds to seek greater prosperity for themselves and their communities.
This annual CIPS flagship conference convenes Indonesian policymakers, corporate affairs and government relations professionals, academics and civil society representatives to discuss, inspire, and spotlight policy solutions to achieve a world class, inclusive and safe digital landscape in Indonesia.
Our latest DigiWeek was held on 27-28 July 2022.
The "Building Digital Capacities and Capabilities of Women Entrepreneurs" toolkit is a guide for women-owned MSMEs to maximize the use of digital tools to grow their business. CIPS organized workshops on digital and entrepreneurial skills for women-owned Micro, Small, and Medium-sized Enterprises (MSME) in Wonosobo, Central Java.