The Israel-Indonesia Chamber of Commerce was established in order to better understand the special requirements of Indonesia, and to become familiar with Israeli business persons interested in developing relations and establishing activities in this jurisdiction.
The Chamber provides a platform and forum for business persons interested in meeting and discussing with other like-minded individuals interested in engaging in activities in Indonesia.
Erez Fait, CEO of Fait Holdings Ltd., has over 30 years of experience in the security and communication systems sector, in R&D, marketing and strategy positions at Tadiran Systems, and in ECI Telecom, which he left in 2000 to establish Platinet Communication, a location based services startup in collaboration with Orange Partner Communications.
In 1995, Erez actively entered the Chinese and Southwest Asian markets and began specifically focusing on the field of ECI Telecom optical communications equipment sales.
In 2001, Erez began working at Fait Holdings Ltd. by representing and selling communications solutions and technological partnerships with telecommunications and security companies in Southeast Asia. Erez has been operating for companies in Southeast Asia for 15 years, promoting projects in sectors such as communications, security, and Israeli knowledge and technology (with an emphasis on green and renewable technology) to emerging regions.
Fait Holdings operates closely with government companies in the relevant fields and has recently begun operations in the industrial agriculture sector. Erez is married, has two children, has an MBA from the University of Derby, and practices hobbies such as photography and flying model airplanes.
Emanuel Shahaf was born in Germany in 1954 and immigrated to Israel in 1972. From 1974 to 1980, he studied Aeronautical Engineering at the Technion (Israel Institute of Technology), graduating with a B.Sc. and M.Sc. From 1979 to 1986, he served as staff officer in the Israel Air Force. From 1986 to 1988, he studied for an MBA at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Upstate New York.
In 1989, he joined the Prime Minister’s Office in Tel Aviv and served in various positions at home and abroad until retiring from the position in 2003. He then worked on an Israeli business development in Indonesia and engaged in public activities. In 2012 he competed for a place on the Knesset list of the Israel Labor Party.
He currently serves as CEO of Technology Asia Consulting Ltd. (www.techasiaconsulting.com) and as Vice Chairman of the Israeli-German Society (www.idg.org.il).