What commercial outcomes is the activity expected to deliver? What is the business case for the activity? What is the potential return on investment? (Click here for the key benefits of IA-CEPA).
Katalis will prioritise activity ideas with financial or in-kind co-contribution. Please provide details regarding your co-contribution.
Does the activity support ‘win-win’ bilateral commercial opportunities? Please detail who the direct and indirect beneficiaries will be of your activity and if they are in Indonesia or Australia. What broader economic, social or public benefit (if any) are you expecting beyond the commercial outcomes identified?
How does the activity increase bilateral and/or regional growth and prosperity? (This picks up the idea of IA-CEPA delivering powerhouse opportunities, whereby the imports of one partner are used to strengthen the export competitiveness of the other partner).
Is the activity scalable? Does it crowd in other investors or traders from the sector or from related value chains?
Does your activity target, include or make a positive impact on women, people with disabilities or other marginalised groups – particularly in sectors heavily affected by COVID-19?
Katalis can support policy and regulatory reform to help strengthen and align commercial ecosystems. Is your activity dependent upon large policy or regulatory reform under IA-CEPA? If so, is the change politically feasible or practical?
What resources (e.g., human, industry, commercial, organisational, management, institutional) from each country will your activity idea draw on?