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WARTA KOTA, TANAH ABANG – Presenter Tamara Geraldine launched a book titled ‘Indo’5 Twenty Super Stories’.

 

In the book that presents 20 short stories, Tamara wants to invite readers to know the extent of the role of Ballerina (artist) with Benitez (event organizer).

 

Tamara said that the book was truly a story of her experience of more than 20 years working in the entertainment industry. He also wants to find out how important the role between artists and event organizers is.

 

That’s why Tamara collaborated with PT Indolima Perkasa as a representative of the event organizer. In addition, he also invited Jeffry Waworuntu from Ruth Sahanaya Productions to share his experiences in the book.

 

But Tamara didn’t want to make her book in a formal style as a company profile that would end up on a bookshelf. For that she made a different book by packaging it in the form of a collection of short stories.

 

“I want to find out who answers more important when it enters the commercial domain. So finally it was moved to write this in a short story,” she said during a book launch held at the Ritz Carlton Pacific Place, Central Jakarta, Friday (9/16).

 

In her book, Tamara assesses the relationship between the two professions will fall apart if one of them feels more than the other. “A relationship will interfere if one of them feels more important. Artists have a role but the event organizer also has no less importance,” she said.

 

Meanwhile the leader of PT Indolima Perkasa, Tito Kadaryanto, said that the book was also a means to share with the younger generation who wanted to enter the event organizer business.

 

We want to give to young friends, this is the knowledge, and here are the tips. So this can be said as our CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) for generations today and in the future, “he said.

 

A similar acknowledgment was also conveyed by Jeffry Waworuntu who assessed the event organizer industry as an interconnected ecosystem with one another. So that this becomes an important learning for all parties in the business.

 

“I see this is something that can be a momentum of sharing. This becomes a source for learning from the next generation because the event organizer industry is an ecosystem,” he said.

 

Tamara said in her book this time, not everything was based on personal experience. There are still other people’s experiences that are poured into the book. “I have 75 percent of the rest based on your story but not to hurt anyone,” she said.

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GENERASIINDONESIA.COM | “We are proud of the winners because of their contribution and commitment to advancing entrepreneurship in the Asian region, as well as instilling a culture of fairness, honesty and social responsibility. Furthermore, they also help strengthen stability and prosperity in this region,” said President Enterprise Asia, William Ng praised business people receiving the 2013 APAC Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Awards.

 

APEA is an awarding program for entrepreneurs whose contribution to the progress of the business and economic world has brought changes to the country. APEA is held in several countries in the Asia Pacific region, including Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei Darussalam, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, China, India and Indonesia.

 

In Indonesia alone APEA has been held since 2008, and this year, APEA 2013 is the fifth implementation by giving awards to 17 Indonesian entrepreneurs, one of which is Tito Kadaryanto (PT Indolima Perkasa) for the Most Promising Entrepreneurship Awards category. Tito Kadaryanto has been leading his company for approximately 15 years and has made PT Indolima Perkasa a senior below the line agency company group and often gets awards for its performance.

 

In the 2013 APEA Most Promising Entrepreneurship Awards category, Tito Kadaryanto was awarded with 10 other entrepreneurs such as Yanurmal (Asia Wisata / PT Khalifa International Business), Rocky J Pesik (Caraka Group), Lucky Soebyantoro (Jitlada Group), Iwan Suhermin (PT Babybelle Jaya Lestari), Yantje Wongso (PT Biru Semesta Abadi), Teguh Ariwibowo (PT Dharmavoila Indonesia Prakarsa), Susanna S Hartawan (PT NBO Indonesia), M Akbar Djohan (PT Multi Angkutan Express), Wempy Dyocta Koto (PT Wardour And Oxford) , and Arie Mone (Nation Children Business Group).

 

Then the award as the Outstanding Entrepreneurship Awards was given to seven (7) entrepreneurs, including Noni Sri Ayati Purnomo (Blue Bird Group), Brian Yaputra (PT Eztu Glass Art 1981), Mugi Rahardjo (PT Dinamika Energitama Nusantara), Johnnie Sugiarto (PT El John Indonesia), Lau Chia Nguang (Malindo Feedmill Tbk), Nanda Widya (PT Metropolitan Land Tbk) and Eva Kurniaty (PT Multi Niaga Sukses).

 

Meanwhile the award for Entrepreneur of the Year was given to HM Aksa Mahmud (PT Bosowa Corporation).

 

The awarding of the 2013 Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Awards (APEA) was held on Saturday (04/13/2013) at JW Marriots Hotel by Enterprise Asia, an NGO that promotes the development of entrepreneurship in Asian countries.

 

The event was attended by a number of executives from inside and outside the country, including from the government, present Deputy Kemenkop UKM UKM Abdul Kadir Damanik representing the Minister of Cooperatives and SMEs, Syarief Hassan.

 

The benchmarks used by the judges in the APEA 2013 included assessment of various criteria, a track record of business growth, recognition of entrepreneurs in the relevant sector, business influence, market competition and others

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Sunday (12/18/2016) is the culmination of a series of activities of the 121st anniversary of PT Bank Rakyat Indonesia (Persero) Tbk. More than 63 thousand participants who are large families of Bank BRI who are domiciled in Jabodetabek (Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, Bekasi) and Banten enliven the fun walk activities that took place at the Jakarta International Expo (JIExpo), Kemayoran, Jakarta.

 

This event was held as one of the forms of BRI Bank’s appreciation to all employees, who have given high dedication and loyalty to the company so that BRI Bank can survive up to 121 years. “In addition to enlivening the company’s anniversary, this event is a sillaturrahmi event to foster a sense of togetherness and harmony among workers,” said Corporate Secretary of Bank BRI Amijarso Hari Siaga.

 

In the event that was held, it was not just family day and fun walk, but BRI also included social elements. As a form of concern for the sports sector in Indonesia, BRI Bank gave a donation of Rp. 750 million to 10 former Indonesian athletes who once made the nation’s name international. In addition, BRI Bank also provides houses worth Rp. 750 million to Ni Nengah Widiasih, an Indonesian weight lifting athlete who managed to present a medal at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Paralympic Games. “This moment we use as a means by the Big Family Bank BRI contributes to the sports sector in Indonesia,” added Hari Siaga. Providing BRI Peduli CSR is not there, BRI Bank also handed over the 200th ambulance unit throughout Indonesia as an effort to improve health services throughout Indonesia

 

In addition to information, to celebrate the 121st Anniversary, BRI has held various series of events, including the BRI Sports and Art Week, Blood Donation by the BRI Family, cataract operations in 19 BRI Regional Offices throughout Indonesia, BRI Digital Golf Tournament, futsal between Banks BRI with mass media partners who are members of the BRI Press Friends and BRI RUN. “By carrying out a digital theme, at the age of 121 Bank BRI proves its commitment to continue to contribute in advancing the economy and national development through banking products and services as well as corporate social responsibility programs,” concluded Hari Siaga.

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JAKARTA (HN) – Batik Air is launching a regular flight membership card (Batik Air Frequent Flyer) which is expected to provide more service to passengers.

 

General Director of Lion Air Edward Sirait in Jakarta, Monday (11/5) said that the services that passengers will get with the card are ticket bookings, hotels, taxis, and shopping outlets.

 

In addition, Batik Air passengers also receive special baggage service and full refund if there is a cancellation of ticket purchase. “Later these miles will be converted with a reward point depending on the card gold, silver or platinum,” he said.

 

To get the card, passengers must meet the minimum requirements by calculating the number of kilometers traveled that has been taken using Batik Air. The most loyal passengers will get a platinum type card with various types of additional facilities.

 

“Passengers must fly first with Batik Air. After the number of flight ranges is reached, we will assess and give the card to the person concerned. So do not apply (register) first,” he said.

Although currently only can be used for ticket reservations, he said, in the future there will be development of cooperation with a number of companies to facilitate passengers. “In the meantime, the Lion Air Group’s products first,” he said.

 

With these cards, a 10 percent increase in passengers can be achieved with an acquisition level above 90 percent. Currently the level of accuracy of the departure time (on time performance / OTP) of the Batik Air aircraft has been above 96 percent, both for flights from Soekarno-Hatta Airport, Cengkareng, as well as Halim Perdanakusuma, Jakarta.

 

Batik Air Managing Director Capt Achmad Luthfie targets passengers to increase one percent or 150 of the 15 thousand passengers per day with the routine flight card. “So, every month it will increase. More and more people will rise, so there will be more members,” he said.

 

Rolls-Royce Prizes

In addition to the Frequent Flyer card program, Batik Air also launched a flight program with Batik Air and went home on Rolls-Royce. Edward said, this program will run for six months.

 

Every month Batik Air will draw two Honda Jazz cars and one Mercedes-Benz car. In the sixth month the main prize will be drawn in the form of a Rolls-Royce car for lucky Air Batik loyal passengers. “We will draw every month by using the ticket number,” he said.

 

Passengers, he said, do not have to bother registering to join the lottery program. Batik Air Management will download it with the flight ticket number of each passenger.

 

“So passengers don’t have to worry. Those who will be included in the draw are those who fly on May 15 to November 15, 2015,” he said.

 

The drawing period will be held on May 15 to June 14, June 15-July 14, July 15-August 14, August 15-September 14, and September 15-October 14 2015. For the drawing of the grand prize will be held October 15 to November 14.

 

Until now, Batik Air has served flights to 20 cities in Indonesia with 105 flights. Flights served from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport or Halim Perdanakusuma to Semarang, Yogyakarta, Pekanbaru, Medan, Balikpapan, Ternate, Makassar, Jayapura, and Manado. Batik Air will develop flights from Makassar and Denpasar to several cities in eastern Indonesia.

 

At present Batik Air has 24 aircraft units. Until the end of 2015 there will be an additional 10 new aircraft units and make Batik Air have a fleet of 35 units. “This means we will continue to increase the number of aircraft,” he said.

 

Batik Air provides full service services to passengers by providing free meals every trip, entertainment through private inflight entertainment so that passengers can enjoy entertainment such as watching movies, or listening to music.

 

The launch of the Batik Frequent Flyer card and the Rolls-Royce lottery program was attended by Lion Air Group CEO Rusdi Kirana, General Chair of the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDIP) Megawati Soekarno Putri, Transportation Minister Ignatius Jonan, Coordinating Minister for Human Development and Culture Puan Maharani, Chair The House of Representatives (DPR) Setya Novanto, Chair of the People’s Consultative Assembly (MPR) Zulkifli Hasan, and Chairperson of the Regional Representative Council (DPD) Irman Gusman.

 

A number of top artists also enliven this event such as singer Ari Lasso, Krisdayanti, Yuni Shara, Melly Goeslaw, Paramitha Rusadi, Ita Purnama Sari, Lea Simanjuntak, Ario Wahab, Baim, and Pongki Barata. Batik Air Management invites at least 50 top artists.

 

Before the submission of the five Frequent Flyer cards, Megawati Soekarno Putri signed one of the cards as a symbol of the program’s inauguration.

 

On that occasion, Rusdi Kirana handed over five Frequent Flyer cards to Lim

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KONTAN.CO.ID – JAKARTA. PT Bank Mandiri Tbk on Wednesday (30/1) held the Mandiri Investment Forum (MIF) 2019 with the theme “Indonesia: Invest Now!”. The international investment forum was attended by more than 600 investors both from within and outside the country. Also attending the occasion were around 200 Bank Mandiri corporate customers.

 

MIF 2019 is the eighth MIF held by Bank Mandiri. MIF 2019 was held with the aim of encouraging the entry of foreign investment into the country to boost national economic growth. This time Bank Mandiri collaborated with Jefferies, a global investment bank company from the United States.

 

Deputy President Director of Bank Mandiri Sulaiman Arif Arianto said that at MIF 2019 investors will get exposure related to updates on the latest policies and regulations from a number of stakeholders, including Minister of Finance Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Minister of State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) Rini Soemarno, Governor of Bank Indonesia (BI) Perry Warjiyo, and Head of the Ministry of Finance’s Fiscal Policy Agency Suahasil Nazara.

 

Also present were former Minister of Finance who currently serves as the Chairman of Mandiri Institute’s Advisory Board M Chatib Basri, and Jefferies Chief Strategist, Sean Darby.

 

“MIF 2019 focuses on strategic solutions for decision makers and private investors in navigating business, along with the shadow of the global monetary tightening trend and the ongoing political years in Indonesia,” Sulaiman said when opening MIF 2019 at the Fairmont Hotel, Jakarta.

 

Furthermore, Sulaiman explained that the banking sector as one of the sectors that support investment growth in the country today can be said to be in excellent performance. The banking sector continues to grow with an annual credit growth ratio of around 12% and a ratio of bad loans or Non-Performing Loans (NPLs) which are stable below 3% until November 2018.

 

Then Sulaiman also believes that the national banking sector can continue to grow amidst the onslaught of the influence of the industrial revolution 4.0. “We are confident that the banking sector will continue to contribute optimally and become a motor of economic growth because it is supported by maintained asset quality, strong capital ratios and operational cost efficiency due to innovation in digital banking and financial instruments and strong domestic consumption,” he said.

 

He said that through the latest research, the Mandiri Group team of economists projected the national economy would grow by 5.22% in 2019, compared to the growth of 2018 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of 5.16%.

 

Therefore, Indonesia is expected to be able to encourage the development of the manufacturing sector to pursue a more stable economic growth and be able to absorb a larger workforce that is evenly distributed throughout Indonesia.

 

Just so you know, the potential for a large number of national labor force in Indonesia is still not absorbed optimally due to the limited number of human resources (HR) with the ability and expertise in the field of information technology (IT).

 

On the same occasion, President Director of Mandiri Sekuritas Silvano Rumantir said that MIF 2019 is expected to provide a lot of strategic information to investors, both domestic and foreign, regarding investment opportunities that can be done in Indonesia.

 

“Mandiri Sekuritas is optimistic that the investment climate, including capital market growth, will be more positive this year in line with Indonesia’s economic growth,” he said.

 

As a series of MIF 2019 activities, Bank Mandiri and Mandiri Sekuritas had previously invited a number of investors to visit various potential locations for investment in the country that had used digital and microeconomy on 28-29 January 2019.

 

Then, on Thursday, January 31, 2019 a number of investors also conducted one on one meeting as well as group meetings with stakeholders and business actors including issuers who took the floor on the stock exchange.

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JAKARTA – Singer Reza Artamevia successfully closed the 5 Cinta Concert at The Pallas, SCBD, South Jakarta on Thursday (3/5) night. The songs she performed were able to satisfied her fans.

However, not only Reza, but also other singers received a warm welcome. Because 5 Cinta Concert is a concert that presents 5 famous Indonesian musicians, namely Reza Artamevia, Rio Febrian, Yura Yunita, Andre Hehanussa, and Rieka Roslan. They tell the story of love that is passed in the chant of popular songs.

“I am very proud to be able to perform this evening an extraordinary appreciation from all my friends for my works that make the night proud and happy. Hopefully you can enjoy the performances tonight,” said Reza Artamevia from the stage who was greeted with boisterous cheers and applause from the audience.

Previously, Yura Yunita presented an entertaining performance with a distinctive sound character and a row of her hit songs, even this stunning performance gave her a hug from senior singer Andre Hehanusa.

The two singers had indeed collaborated, bringing a romantic atmosphere to the audience. Andre had a chance to tell about the meaning of love and was included in the song. Likewise with Yura. “Love is the important thing to be happy. Love needs honesty and sincerity,” Yura answered.

In total, five Indonesian soloists across this generation were able to entertain, including the stars who surprised the audience with electric dance music from DJ Sarab. Jakarta Deputy Governor Sandiaga Uno was pleased to watch the concert. “Jakarta is full of love and tonight I see a lot of love here,” Sandi said.

The concert held by promoter Kami Musik Indolima and Indonesia 5 was also attend by a number of artists, including Ussy Sulistiawaty, Nindy Ayunda, and Ruth Sahanaya with their daughter, Nadine Waworuntu.

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