Sustainable Business Awards Indonesia

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**Closed for participation**

The 2019 SBA cycle has not begun yet. If you are interested in registering your interest please email your contact details to You will receive an email once the respective SBA is open in your country of operation. Thank you.



CNBC Indonesia

Indonesia, the world’s fourth most populated country and Southeast Asia’s biggest economy, blessed with abundant natural resources, is projected to become the fourth biggest economy in the world by 2050. The demographic bonus and technology have changed the citizen’s lifestyle and the consumption behavior, fueling new power of economic growth. With this exceptional opportunity, Transmedia under CT Corp, in cooperation with CNBC Worldwide, proudly launches CNBC Indonesia, the world-class integrated multiplatform in Indonesia. As an economic and business TV channel aired in Bahasa Indonesia, CNBC Indonesia is set to be an accurate and trusted reference for your business, ranging from the capital market to the traditional-wet market, from the potentials of digital economy to financial solutions.



The Indonesia Business Council for Sustainable Development

The Indonesia Business Council for Sustainable Development (IBCSD) is a CEO-led association of companies operating in Indonesia, that share a commitment to promote sustainable development through sustainable economic growth, ecological balance and social progress. The launch of this business council in April 2011 represents a new regional chapter of the WBCSD as it is the outcome of a joint effort between WBCSD and The Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. IBCSD provides a platform for business to share and promote best practice in tackling risks and taking advantage of opportunities related to sustainable development. It also acts as a key partner to government and civil society providing business input and solutions for Indonesian policies on sustainability issues.




KADIN Indonesia

The Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN) is the leading organization representing the interest of the private sector in the Indonesia. KADIN Indonesia seeks to establish a more inclusive and conducive business environment by expanding its consultative platform to all industries in order to be a more effective partner for national development and the creation of a well-structured, prosperous and vibrant society.




Indonesia Business Coalition for Women Empowerment

Indonesia Business Coalition for Women Empowerment (IBCWE) is a coalition of companies who are committed to promote women’s economic empowerment and gender equality. Our members believe that advancing gender equality in the workplace and supporting women’s economic empowerment should be a central part of business strategy. The evidence is clear: companies with greater gender equality enjoy higher levels of growth and performance. Empowering and investing in women is good for business, and good for the economy. Hence our members are committed to:

1. Closing the gender pay gap

2. Progressing women into leadership and management positions

3. Improving female workplace participation

4. Investing in female-friendly working conditions

5. Ensuring that leaders and managers drive gender equality.





The Ministry of National Development Planning of the Republic of Indonesia / National Development Planning Agency (abbreviated as Ministry of PPN / Bappenas) is a ministry that has the task of carrying out government affairs in the field of national development planning to assist the President in carrying out state governance. In carrying out its duties, the Ministry of National Development Planning uses organizational units and resources within the National Development Planning Agency. The Ministry of National Development Planning is led by a Minister who also serves as Head of the National Development Planning Agency.




Control Union

Peterson and Control Union offer innovative solutions to the increasing requirements of sustainable business. Our product knowledge combined with specialised services and transparent network of dedicated business units enable us reach out to all levels of versatile supply chains and provide concrete solutions. Our services include independent cargo surveying, superintendence, logistics, quality and quantity management. We cater to the standardization needs when it comes to product and system certification for conventional or organic products, management systems and sustainability programmes. We also work with brands, governments, NGO’s, individual companies, independent organisations and supply chains in assisting them to achieve their sustainability ambitions.

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PwC Indonesia

PwC’s Sustainability and Climate Change team help organisations to look at the bigger picture, by striking a balance between staying competitive, driving innovation and preserving our environment.


We can help organisations understand which areas pose the greatest sustainability and climate change risks to their business, form strategies to address them, and support organisations through the necessary organisational changes and reporting processes.


We have an established and dedicated team of sustainability specialists with extensive experience in key focus areas such as strategy, carbon management, impact measurement and assurance and reporting.




Kigali Cooling Efficiency Program

The Kigali Cooling Efficiency Program (K-CEP) is a philanthropic collaboration to support the Kigali Amendment of the Montreal Protocol and the transition to efficient, clean cooling solutions for all. Under the amendment, 197 parties agreed to cut the production and consumption of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) — potent greenhouse gases used in refrigeration and air conditioning — by more than 80 percent over the next 30 years. Leapfrogging HFCs has the potential to avoid up to 0.5° C of global warming by the end of the century, with parallel improvements in energy efficiency potentially doubling the climate benefit. K-CEP focuses on the energy efficiency of cooling to increase and accelerate the climate and development benefits of the Kigali Amendment to phase down HFCs.

For more details please visit, follow us at @Kigali_Cooling, or contact us at

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Awards Dinner

Date: 7 January 2019, Monday
Time: 5.30pm
Venue: Mandarin Oriental Jakarta
Cost per table (of 8): US$2,600

If you have been notified as a winner, please kindly reserve your table immediately through this link: