BANDUNG - Economic or creative industry continues to expand along with the opening of business opportunities and creativity. And to bring this industry there are a variety of ways, which can be further revive the industry and creativity sustainability in Indonesia, especially in West Java.
In the event of End Year Discussion themed "Rise of the Creative Industries in West Java Toward International Arena" at Horison Hotel, Bandung, on Tuesday (8/12), West Java Governor Ahmad Heryawan (Aher) revealed that there are three requirements to bring the creative industries to be more advanced and developed.
“There are three ways to develop the industry. Firstly is the qualify education, secondly is mastery of technology better, and the last is no capital is relatively easy and powerful which is presenting the creative industries," said Aher in his speech.
He explained, through a strong education will present productivity that will bring creativity in terms of management industry.
In addition, with a touch of creativity and creative technology it can be the most cutting-edge industry, such as software, animation, fashion also according in West Java.
On this occasion Aher also invites the public and all stakeholders to develop creative industries in particular, to be able multiply the economy.
The discussion was held by Indonesian Journalists Association (PWI) Working Group Gedung Sate collaboration with the Public Relations West Java province. Head of Public Relations and Protocol (HPU) of West Java Province R. Ruddy Gandakusumah said the purpose of this event for encouraging the readiness community and employers to improve local economy through creativity in West Java.
"The goal is to encourage the readiness of employers and society in order to improve the economy and creative industries to meet PON and Peparnas. Secondly, in order for synergy between business, academia, government, and other stakeholders. And third, is partiality to employers in creative economic industry,” Ruddy said in his speech.
It was also attended by Deputy Infrastructure Agency Creative Economy of Indonesia Sungkari, coaches and Industry Expert of Creative Economy Poppy Rufaidah, Chairman of HIPMI West Java province Jodi Janitra, members of PWI Working Group, as well as the community in Java West.