Bekraf Socialize Presidential Regulation Draft on Master Plan for Creative Economy Development at WCCE 2018

Bekraf Socialize Presidential Regulation Draft on Master Plan for Creative Economy Development at WCCE 2018

Nusa Dua, Bali – The Government has drafted a Presidential Regulation (Perpres) regarding the Master Plan for Creative Economy Development. It was intended to create a conducive creative economic climate so as to encourage the development of a creative economy in Indonesia. “Creative Economy is the backbone of the nation’s economy that contributes to advancing Indonesia’s economy that is sustainable and environmentally sound,” said Expert Staff of the Minister of Maritime Affairs, Sugeng Susanto, in the Socialization of the Presidential Regulation Draft (Perpres) regarding the Master Plan for Creative Economy Development, in Nusa Dua, Bali , Thursday,

November 8, 2018. Sugeng, who was involved in the Interagency Committee in drafting of the Perpres, hoped that the Perpres could be a guideline for the central and regional governments in developing creativity and innovation based on science, technology and cultural heritage. According to him, the process of drafting the Perpres involves Penta Helix stakeholders namely academics, the business sector, the community, the government and the media. The Indonesian Agency for Creative Economy (Bekraf) has the opportunity to socialize the Presidential Regulation draft on the Creative Economy Development Plan in the World Conference on Creative Economy (WCCE) at the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center, Nusa Dua, 6 – 8 November 2018.

The World Conference on Creative Economy (WCCE) is the first international-level conference on creative economy initiated by Indonesia. The event held on the 6-8 November 2018 at the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center (BNDCC) is attended by representatives from over 30 countries and more than 1,400 participants. It brings the theme Inclusively Creative by raising five main issues, namely social cohesion, regulation, marketing, ecosystems, and financing of the creative industry. The outcome of WCCE will also formulate the Bali Agenda which will be proposed to the UN General Assembly next year. This is expected to further strengthen the ecosystem and support the development of the world’s creative economy, acknowledging that the world has entered a new era.(ARD)

WCCE Attracts Creative Economy Stakeholder to Participate

WCCE Attracts Creative Economy Stakeholder to Participate

Nusa Dua – Indonesian creative economy stakeholder benefit from the implementation of the World Conference on Creative Economy (WCCE) in Nusa Dua, Bali, 6 – 8 November 2018.

As stated by M. Dandy Resafahlevi Nasution and Ahmad Barra Vicra from Exsite Company. “Our minds are more open our (about ekraf). Especially as the speakers come from various backgrounds, “said Dandy at CreatifVillage on the last day of WCCE.

Dandy said, he deliberately come to WCCE to find out the development of the world’s creative economy. In the forum Dandy and Barra also admitted that they learned a lot about government policies related to the global creative economy and efforts to develop Indonesia’s creative economy.

They, for example, received an explanation of the ‘Satu Pintu’ Bekraf program and the Bekraf Information System on Moblie Application (BISMA) program.

“We get important information for creative economic stakeholders to have the opportunity to get government support and assistance by submitting proposals to satupintu.bekraf.go.id. “One Door is enough, from there all can register,” Barra said.

Through the BISMA program, creative economic players can be included in the network of Bekraf’s and receive updated information regarding information and agendas in the creative world of Indonesia. “So we know what Bekraf is doing, what they do,” Dandy said.

For the past three days joining WCCE, Dandy and Barra, who have a mining background, claims to have learned a lot about creative economy.

“Our hope is that Bekraf can further develop (us) more. I feel quite supported because there are government agencies that really want to help, “Dandy said. (mm)

Bekraf Promotes Indonesian Coffee at WCCE 2018

Bekraf Promotes Indonesian Coffee at WCCE 2018

Bali, 11/6/2018 – The Indonesian Agency for Creative Economy (Bekraf) held the  CreatiVillage in a series of event at the World Conference on Creative Economy which took place in Nusa Dua, Bali, on Tuesday to Thursday (6 to 8/11). One of the booth displayed at the Coffee Lounge at CreatiVillage is a farmer, entrepreneur, and coffee barista. M. Aleh from the Marga Mulya Coffee Producers Cooperative (KPK) with the Java Preanger Gunung Tilu brand from Bandung Regency and Hendra Purba from the Tani Namanis Group with the Saabas Coffee brand to fill this booth. In one day (6/11),

Visitors have enjoyed more than 500 cups of coffee. Aleh and Hendra are creative economic player with Bekraf’s community. Both of them admit that they often attend Bekraf events, such as barista training and barista profession certification. Through the event, product promotion and sales of their products increased rapidly. “Good opportunity at this moment. It’s amazing here. When here those who were present did not yet know West Java coffee, now they know. After this there are buyers who are interested. What I’m very proud of is that Bekraf helps me promote. After this event, I fully believe that orders will continue to queue up” said Aleh.

Aleh added that he succeeded in establishing a coffee culture partnership in a coffee shop in Bali. Hendra also emphasized that Bekraf was instrumental in promoting Arabica Coffee from Simalungun, North Sumatra. So, sales also increase. “Everything (coffee) sells on the market. Our promotions efforts are received well. The benefits of the product are increasingly known, and namely sales increase” Hendra said.

The World Conference on Creative Economy (WCCE) is the first international-level conference on creative economy initiated by Indonesia. The event held on the 6-8 November 2018 at the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center (BNDCC) is attended by representatives from over 30 countries and more than 2,000 participants. It brings the theme Inclusively Creative by raising five main issues, namely social cohesion, regulation, marketing, ecosystems, and financing of the creative industry. The outcome of WCCE will also formulate the Bali Declaration which will be proposed to the UN General Assembly next year. This is expected to further strengthen the ecosystem and support the development of the world’s creative economy, acknowledging that the world has entered a new era. (mm)

Jailolo, A Rising Paradise for Tourism because of an Inclusive Creative Economy

Jailolo, A Rising Paradise for Tourism because of an Inclusive Creative Economy

Bali, 6/11/2018 – Jailolo is a sub-district in West Halmahera, North Maluku, Indonesia. In the Friends of Creative Economy (FCE) event held at the Nusa Dua Bali Convention Center today Jailolo received a special attention from the participants through a documentary video which was aired in the the discussion led by Endah Wahyu Sulistianti as the Deputy Chairman of Inter-Agency and Regional Relations. Jailolo is an example of an area that has developed because of its creative economy.

In the past, traditional dances in Jailolo was only allowed to be danced by men. But over time, female empowerment emerge and the dance that had only been limited to men opened for women. This gave birth to a new culture that became an attraction for tourists to come to Jailolo. With the existence of dance as a performance arts which became one of the sectors of the creative economy, a small area in North Maluku begin to develop its infrastructures to support the rising tourism.

In her speech, Endah said that a creative economy can indeed contribute to the development of a region. “As one of the most dynamic economic sectors, the creative economy has proven to provide significant contributions to the nations revenue, jobs creation, and wealth distribution. “Due to its growing importance, the creative economy has become engines of growth in many Countries,” said Endah.

In line with Endah, Marisa Henderson as the Chief of the Creative Economy Program of UNCTAD responded that the story of Jailolo is a concrete example as a developed region due to the creative economy. “The video we see is a small city in the village. It talks about how creative economy can have a foster and give impact to social cohesion, “Marisa said.

“The member of FCE should be a policy maker, private sector, international organization, academics, media, innovators and keys for stakeholders for the creative economy.”  Said Endah Wahyu Sulistianti.

The World Conference on Creative Economy (WCCE) is the first international-level conference on creative economy initiated by Indonesia. The event held on the 6-8 November 2018 at the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center (BNDCC) is attended by representatives from over 30 countries and more than 2,000 participants. It brings the theme Inclusively Creative by raising five main issues, namely social cohesion, regulation, marketing, ecosystems, and financing of the creative industry. The outcome of WCCE will also formulate the Bali Declaration which will be proposed to the UN General Assembly next year. This is expected to further strengthen the ecosystem and support the development of the world’s creative economy, acknowledging that the world has entered a new era.(JNS)

Friends of Creative Economy, Forum that Contributes to the Development of the World Creative Economy

Friends of Creative Economy, Forum that Contributes to the Development of the World Creative Economy

Bali, 6/11/2018 – Around 10 am in Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center, invited guests and participants of the World Conference on Creative Economy (WCCE) began to fill the Nusa Dua 1, 2 and 3 rooms. In the room, an comprehensive discussion takes place under the name Friends of Creative Economy (FCE). The FCE was officially opened by an Opening Remarks by Febrian A. Ruddyard as Director General for Multilateral Cooperation, Minister of Foreign Affairs and also Vice Chairman of Indonesian Agency for Creative Economy (Bekraf), Ricky J. Pesik, who delivered a Keynote Address.

In the Vice Chairman’s keynote, Ricky J. Pesik emphasized the power of creative economy to bring positive change to the worlds community. “The power of the creative economy lies on its inclusiveness. It knows no borders, no gender, no age, no capital or education barrier. It lies solely on the creativity of the human mind and its ability to invent new ideas. Creative economy, therefore, is accessible to all,” Ricky said.

Inclusiveness is the main force of the creative economy that was discussed jointly by FCE participants. FCE itself is a forum for discussion for creative economy players and Pentahelix stakeholders from the Creative Economy, namely academics, entrepreneurs, communities, governments and the media. FCE will combine the various ideas and notion of participants as a declaration entitled “Bali Declaration” which will be proposed to the UN general assembly next year. This makes WCCE a starting point for a positive direction in the development of the world’s creative economy.

“Notable one of the most dynamic economic sectors, the creative economy has proven to provide significant contributions to the nation revenue, jobs creation, and wealth distribution. Due to its growing importance, creative economy has become engines of growth in many countries. ” said Endah Wahyu Sulistianti, Deputy Chairman of Inter-region and Institution Relations.

Ricky J. Pesik also added that the “Creative economy provides more than just economic opportunities. It can serve as a bridge of communication, understanding and trust between countries and cultures in a world which looks increasingly fragmented. ”

The World Conference on Creative Economy (WCCE) is the first international-level conference on creative economy initiated by Indonesia. The event held on the 6-8 November 2018 at the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center (BNDCC) is attended by representatives from over 30 countries and more than 2,000 participants. It brings the theme Inclusively Creative by raising five main issues, namely social cohesion, regulation, marketing, ecosystems, and financing of the creative industry. The outcome of WCCE will also formulate the Bali Declaration which will be proposed to the UN General Assembly next year. This is expected to further strengthen the ecosystem and support the development of the world’s creative economy, acknowledging that the world has entered a new era.