Kadin Indonesia was established on September 24, 1968, and designated by Law Number 1 of 1987 as the hub organization for business in the fields of state-owned enterprises, cooperatives, and private enterprises worldwide.
The business network of Kadin Indonesia covers all provinces and municipalities in Indonesia and encompasses business associations in all sectors of the economy.
With a broad business network throughout the region, Kadin Indonesia act as an attractive and strategic partner for business, trade, and investment activities.
Kadin cipta is a platform exclusively dedicated for all members of Kadin Indonesia. This platform is the digital foundation of Kadin Indonesia, utilizing a database of Kadin Indonesia's members, associations, government, and entrepeneurs as a decision-making tool.
KADIN Net Zero Hub is an initiative to support national companies in achieving net zero emission by building a sustainable business ecosystem Net Zero Emission.
The Sustainability program, which includes carbon trading, SDG/ESG, and ecotourism, are Kadin Indonesia’s effort to support the implementation of carbon economic value (CEV) scheme.
Kadin Indonesia supports the government's vision to promote equitable economic development and improve trade relations with other regions, and implement Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) principles in the construction of the new national capital city.
Kadin Indonesia believe that there is a need to enhance and upskill the workforce in Indonesia so we will have a greater global competitiveness. To achieve this, Kadin Indonesia encourages reforms in the field of vocational education and training.
Kadin Indonesia supports the government's efforts to realize the Indonesian Blue Economy roadmap, which means there will be a structured plan to optimize maritime industry resources in order to support economic growth whilst preserving the marine ecosystem.
Through the Digital Economy program, Kadin Indonesia strives to promote the adoption of Industry 4.0 and digital transformation by 2025, which is estimated to absorb more than 50 million workers and drive labor productivity growth by over US$35 billion.
Through the Healthcare program, Kadin Indonesia aims to target global private sector investments in the healthcare industry to provide greater global medical accessibility for the people.
Kadin Indonesia supports the government's efforts to solve structural national economic challenges through a more simplified and synchronized, cross sectoral regulation. The main objective of this program is to increase Indonesia’s economic regional competitiveness between ASEAN countries.