20th - 21st Sep 2023

  • Jakarta,Indonesia
  • 9th Global Business Summit ( GBS )

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GBS - 2023

Welcome to GBS - 2023

2023 9th Global Business Summit (GBS-2023) will be held in Jakarta,Indonesia during 20th Sep-21st Sep 2023.

The Global Business Summit (GBS) is to bring together visionaries, thought leaders, policymakers, academicians and corporate heads cohesively driving a singular agenda for scripting economic change, by connecting the building blocks of economics for the globe. Our endeavor is to place the spotlight on the political and economic issues looming heavily over the global economy.

The GBS aims to provide solutions to key macroeconomic challenges being faced in the current context and put forth a blueprint for sustainable, inclusive economic growth and serve as a platform for government to government interactions.

Important Dates

Early Bird Registration

21st August 2023

Paper Submission Deadline

26th Aug 2023

Last Date of Registration

31st Aug 2023

Date of Conference

20th - 21st Sep 2023

Awards

Registrations

Academics Registration

Delegates Registration

Exhibitors Registration

Who can Attend?

Hospital & Healthcare

Board of Directors, Chairman, Trustee, Doctor, Surgeons, Surgical tool technicians, Patients, Primary care, clinical assistants etc.

Academic Institutions

Head of the departments, Professor, Lecturers, Technicians, Students etc.

Business Executives

Board & Advisors, Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer, Head of the departments, Exhibitors, Business delegates etc.

Research Institutes

Directors, Head of the departments, Researchers etc.

Associations & Societies

Collaborators, Sponsors, Directors, Researchers etc.

Delegates

Students, Visitors etc.

Indonesia Attractions

Jakarta, formerly known as Batavia or Djakarta, largest city and capital of Indonesia. Jakarta lies on the northwest coast of Java at the mouth of the Ciliwung (Liwung River), on Jakarta Bay (an embayment of the Java Sea). It is coextensive with the metropolitan district of Greater Jakarta (Jakarta Raya) and nearly coextensive with the daerah khusus ibukota (special capital district) of Jakarta—the latter also including a number of small offshore islands in the Java Sea.

The National Monument is one of the top Jakarta points of interest. This 132-meter high structure was built to pay homage to the struggle of Independence. The national monument holds a special place in the heart of the people of Indonesia. The Istigal Mosque is the largest Mosque in Southeast Asia. The mosque has the capacity of 200,000 people. It has an amazing courtyard with designer marble and decorative minarets. The interiors of the mosque have decorative Islamic designs. The architecture and design of the mosque attract a lot of tourists every year and it’s sure to blow your mind as well during your trip to Jakarta in Indonesia. The Taman Mini Indonesia Park has a spread of 250 acres and is full of heritage and traditions that make Indonesia stand out from the crowd. The National Museum of Indonesia is located close to Merdeka Square and is amongst the top places to visit in Jakarta Indonesia. The museum has an amazing collection of artifacts which gives a detailed perspective on the history and cultural heritage of Indonesia. Taman Suropati, the park is the meeting point of three streets in Jakarta, the Teuku Umar Street, Diponegoro Street, and Imam Bonjol Street. Visit this place to enjoy the serenity of Jakarta. Setu Babakan or the Babakan Lake is a natural lake in Jakarta. The term Set or Situ means a ‘small lake’. The Lake is located at the center of Betawi Culture Village. The village was constituted to preserve the cultural heritage of the indigenous Betawi culture of Indonesia. Setu Babakan covers an area of 289 acres that consists of two lakes, namely – Setu Babakan and Set Mangga Bolong. Ancol Beach City is a grand shopping and leisure complex in Jakarta that consists of malls, restaurants, auditoriums and adventure zones. They host various water sports, including jetski, Ancol cruise, and boating, at Ancol Beach.

Jakarta has a tropical monsoon climate and the average rainfall measures 1.816mm (71.4 inches). The city experiences very small seasonal variations, since the average 24-hour temperature ranges from 26.1°C (79°F) in January to 27.2°C (80.6°F) in May, while heat and humidity persist year round. Temperatures have never fallen below 18°C (65°F) or risen above 36°C (97°F). The majority of precipitation falls from November to April.

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Pasar Seni Ancol

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Ancol Beach City

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Basuki Abdullah Museum

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Setu Babakan

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Ragunan Zoo

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Taman Suropati

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National Gallery

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The National Museum of Indonesia

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Jakarta Cathedral

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Taman Mini Indonesia Park

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Istiqlal Mosque

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The National Monument

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