FBT completes Indonesian seminar tour
INDONESIA: FBT recently concluded a seminar tour of Indonesia, where it visited Solo, Yogyakarta and Serang. The well-attended dates were lead by FBT’s export manager Roberto Mataloni and product manager Remo Orsoni, with support from Eric Haslim of PT Citra Intirama and local dealers Queen Music of Solo, Diana Musik of Yogyakarta and 100% One Stop Productions of Serang.
Together, FBT and PT Citra Intirama provided a comprehensive overview of the Italian manufacturer’s history and facilities, product lines and selling points. This was followed by demonstrations of a wide range of FBT products.
‘I would like to express my sincere thanks to FBT for their visit to Indonesia and for providing their time to deliver valuable seminars in several cities,’ said Leo Saleh, owner of PT Citra Intirama. ‘These have been very useful for all of us and especially for our dealers. I am sure that these events have produced successful results by providing valuable information about FBT’s products, and they will help to further develop brand awareness and sales in the Indonesian market.’
‘My team and I were delighted to have Roberto and Remo here and we are sincerely looking forward to having another seminar trip,’ added Mr Haslim. ‘Our sincere thanks go to FBT’s owners for the support received. I believe that consistent promotional activities like this will improve FBT's recognition in the market and thus translate into a higher market share and increased sales.’
‘On behalf of FBT, we would like to thank Leo Saleh, Eric Haslim and all the staff at PT Citra Intirama for the great outcome these seminars produced,’ said Mr Mataloni. ‘Both companies enjoy a long standing mutual business relationship with one another and it is important to strengthen this collaboration with events such as these for our dealer network in this beautiful country.
‘We have always felt very much welcome and have met and talked with several dealers and now know more about the market,’ he added. ‘We will surely come again and repeat another tour by visiting other parts of this immense country.’