Enjoy the autumn with a series of events good for the health of mind and body, be they trade shows, a food and fashion fest, and many more. 

Sept 03-04 / Safer Surfing Safer surfing.jpg

With so much of our lives spent online, cyber security is a must. The 2nd Annual Indonesia Security Summit will focus on the current state of cybercrime in Indonesia, the latest prevention techniques and technologies, and will also showcase some of the latest innovations that help combat cybercrime.

Venue: Sheraton Grand Jakarta Gandaria City Hotel
See complete agenda at indosecsummit.com.

Sept 07-08 / Fab Finds

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Presenting the newest ready to-use fashion collections from many prestigious and independent designers while boasting Indonesian culinary charm through a concept called Kampoeng Tempo Doeloe, the Jakarta Fashion and Food Fest is must for anyone who wants to enjoy great food and look good while they do it.

Venue: Summarecon Mall Kelapa Gading
Open: 10am–10pm

Sept 18-20 / Higher Intelligence

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The 2nd International Conference on Machine Learning and Machine Intelligence is coorganised by the International Association of Computer Science and Information Technology, the Kalbis Institute, and Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta. As well as speeches and presentations, this will be a major social networking event.

Venue: Hotel Ciputra Jakarta
Open: 8am–6pm

Sept 20 / Tech Time

Tech time.jpgThe WBF 2019 Technology Conference is the most influential summit in Southeast Asia, and will host more than 500 speakers, 30 expert speeches, more than 50 meetings, and include more than 300 media outlets. Having already been present in China, Japan, and Singapore, it is now Indonesia’s turn to showcase its place in the region’s technology market.

Venue: The Ritz-Carlton Jakarta, Pacific Place; open: 9am-8pm
Tickets: US$10–US$500.

Sept 22 / Fun Run

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Run To Give Jakarta 2019 is the perfect way to stay fit and enjoy a leisurely 7km run with friends. It starts at Le Méridien Jakarta hotel, heads to Bundaran HI and then to the Sudirman–Semanggi Bridge, and finishes back at Le Méridien Jakarta. Register now to get a T-shirt, drinks, bib, and the chance to win door prizes.

Venue: Starts at Le Méridien Jakarta
Registration fee: Rp130,000

Sept 25-26 / Digital Days

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Many companies are looking to secure a foothold in the evergrowing world of apps, sites, and other e-commerce opportunities. The e2eCommerce Indonesia expo is aimed at accelerating Indonesia’s digital economy while acting as a platform for the Indonesian e-commerce industry to bring together key players and open up discussions.

Venue: Balai Kartini
Open: 10am–6pm

Sept 26-27 / Close Connections

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Indonesia is uniquely positioned to take a part of market demands that are shifting due to increasing costs in China. This means it is the perfect time to explore new supply chains. Focusing on “Industry 4.0” implementation, the Supply Chain & Logistics Indonesia conference recognises that local demand and consumption are key drivers, and the acceptance of Indonesian products in global markets is increasing.

Venue: Shangri-La Hotel, Jakarta
Open: 9am–6pm

London / September 14–22

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The London Design Festival takes over the capital with hundreds of creative exhibitions and events, including installations by design and architecture heavyweights Kengo Kuma and Paul Cocksedge.

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Singapore / September 20–22

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Formula 1 racing stars, Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel among them, tear up the tarmac at the Singapore F1 Grand Prix, with off-track entertainment including Muse, Gwen Stefani and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

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Monaco / September 25–28

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The Monaco Yacht Show showcases more than 100 one-of-a-kind superyachts crafted by the best names in the industry. This year sees stunning new creations by Sunseeker, Feadship, Oceanco and many more.

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California / September 27–29

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Diana Krall, Chris Botti, Marcus Miller and Snarky Puppy are just a few of the artists slated to perform at the Monterey Jazz Festival, which has been drawing music lovers to the Californian coast for more than 60 years.

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