BANDUNG - West Java Provincial Government's four policy steps specifically support the creative economy. The four policies, according to West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil, have been, are being and will be carried out within 5 years of his leadership in West Java. This was revealed by Kang Emil when he was a speaker in the anti-intellectual property piracy campaign talkshow held by the Creative Economy Agency (Bekraf) at Trans Studio Mall, Sunday night (09/15/2019).
"The first is to build Creative Centers in 27 regency cities. This year is being built including in Subang, then in the next 5 years it is expected that Creative Centers will be established in 27 regency cities," he said in front of Bekraf Triawan Munaf and the audience.
The second policy is to make clustering or division of regions for superior products.
"For example, Garut for superior leather and bamboo products and then other regions with superiority already exist. Clustering is important because it is impossible for one region to have it all. There must be specificity and reinforcement for one product," emphasized Kang Emil, who in his presentation was always covered with rhyme.
The next policy according to Ridwan Kamil is to make special rules about the development of the creative economy. While this may sound like a cliche, the rules are important as a basis and the next policy guide.
"So that when the governor serves, the policy of the creative economy problem will not change again. West Java is the only province that has regulations on the creative economy, even though the law does not yet exist," he explained.
Then the fourth policy according to Kang Emil is to form a Regional Creative Economy Agency or Bekraf area. The most important thing from Bekraf Daerah is the involvement of local human resources in determining the development of the creative economy of their region. Ridwan Kamil was the speaker in the talk show on the anti-piracy of intellectual property campaign accompanied by the Head of the West Java Communication and Information Agency Setiaji, ST., MSi who followed the event until the end. (Even)