BANDUNG - The Provincial Government of West Java will establish a creative economic center in 27 districts / cities. This as a form of commitment and determination of West Java will make the creative economy a superior economic potential in West Java.
Regional Secretary (Sekda) of West Java Province Iwa Karniwa said this when giving a welcome speech at the Bandung Creative Movement 2018 event at El-Royale Hotel, Jl. Merdeka City of Bandung, Monday (11/12/18).
This commitment is part of the collaboration of creative economic development that has been carried out between the West Java Provincial Government and the Indonesian Creative Economy Agency (Bekraf) signed by the Governor of West Java Ridwan Kamil and Bekraf Chief Triawan Munaf some time in Bali.
"Therefore, in our budget policy already prepared for millennials, all of our friends in 27 districts / cities have been prepared places for how to collaborate, innovate young people to improve their knowledge, business and network," said Iwa.
In addition, through this collaboration, West Java will also become one of the areas supporting the development of economic development for all its citizens.
Iwa added, the West Java Provincial Government believes and is determined that the creative economy will become a superior West Java in the future. The seriousness and focus of West Java on the creative economy is reflected by the issuance of West Java Provincial Regulation Number 15 of 2017 concerning the Development of Creative Economy and the West Java Provincial Regulation Number 10 of 2018 concerning Management of Intellectual Property.
Bandung Creative Movement 2018 held an international conference in the field of creative industries initiated by the Faculty of Creative Industry, Telkom University. The conference which was held for the fifth time took the theme: "Design of Humanize Digital Ecosystem Flux of Industrial Revolution 4.0" with speakers from creative industries both from within and outside the country.
Narausmber was present as Joddy Hernady (Senior Vice President of Media and Digital Business Department of PT Telkom Indonesia), Alejandro Moreno (Human-Cimputer Interaction, Entertainment Computing and Apllied Computer Vision Researcher Saxion Universitt, Netherlands), and Norfadillah K (Interactivity, Design, and Humanity Researcher Faculty Art and Design, Universiti Teknologi Mara, Malaysia).
In addition, there is also Sheng Hung Lee (Designer, Maker, and Associate Professor at Fudan University Shanghai Institute of Visual Art), Melanie Martini (Culture and Heritage Observer Director of IFI Bandung), and Sarah Anais Andrieu (Anthropologist from EHESS Ecole desHautes Etudes en Sciences Sociates, France).