DEEP and EXTREME Indonesia 2013: Annual Diving and Adventure Show

4 Apr 2013 - 7 Apr 2013

Divers and Adventurers alert! The largest annual diving, adventure travel and water sports exhibition in Indonesia is back this year with Deep and Extreme Indonesia 2013 being staged again on 4th to 7th April 2013 at  Hall A,Jakarta Convention Center, Jakarta.

DEEP and EXTREME Indonesia 2013 exhibition will occupy an exhibition space of 4,000 sq. meters,  expecting to host more than 150 exhibiting companies ranging from dive and adventure equipment, tourism destinations, to  supporting companies for the industry. In this 7th edition, the event is targeting a total of 20,000 visitors during the four-day show.

The first day,  or day one,  is distinctly marked as Trade Show day and will be set  aside exclusively for trade visitors and media representatives with free privileges to attend several sets of programs including official opening by Indonesian Minister, buyers’ sellers meeting, press gathering and conferences and other official programs.

DEEP and EXTREME Indonesia is now recognized as one of the most important events in the region and is highly recommended by the diving and related industries involved in the marine and eco tourism businesses. It is considered an important event for all related key-players in the region especially in Asia and Oceania. The show has provided opportunities for all involved business players to grab position in the market directly, to expose their business brands to a targeted and massive 10 million Jakarta audience and more than 200 millions Indonesian population.

Since the first DEEP Indonesia was held in 2007, the show has represented  all underwater and ocean related activities in Indonesia showcasing diving, adventure travel and water sports industries. At the 3rd DEEP Indonesia in 2009, the first EXTREME Indonesia was introduced and held concurrently with the DEEP Indonesia show to extend and combine the adventure market demand. It was designed in particular to cater to the industry as well as to communities within the outdoor adventure activities, travel and extreme sports. In time, EXTREME Indonesia had been firmly associated with eco-based tourism.

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