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Project Leader: Korniawan Prabowo
University of Origin: Short Course, Queensland University of Technology
Collaborating Organisations: Badan Ekonomi Kreatif Indonesia (BEKRAF)
Project Locations : Bandung Barat - Jawa Barat.
Sleman - Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarya
Denpasar - Bali
Activity Type : Training, workshop or seminar
Sector : Small and medium enterprise development, Trade, Economics
The world is now experiencing Industry 4.0 and therefore Indonesia needs to be well prepared to join the new trend. Industry 4.0 is expected to result in very rapid and wide transformations. As such, countries, including Indonesia, need to be ready.
Recently, Indonesia’s Ministry of Industry has designed ‘Making Indonesia 4.0’ as an integrated roadmap to implement a number of strategies to enter the Industry 4.0 era. The roadmap requires collaborative actions among multiple stakeholders that range from government institutions, associations and industry players, to academic elements.
In the fourth generation of industrial revolution, it becomes a major leap forward for the industrial sector, where information and communication technology is fully utilized. Not only in the production process, but also across the industry value chain hence creating new business models on a digital basis to achieve higher efficiency and better product quality.
Therefore, one of Indonesia government main focus is to improve the human resource and infrastructure in creative and digital industries.
Our project will help the government to improving human capital in creative industries area. We will help SME's to improve their business with blended learning Mentoring.ID, with support of local and international experienced mentor.
We want to optimize our blended learning platform Mentoring.ID. The platform can help SME's to find their experienced mentor based on their needs. We want to help the creative SME's to improve their skill with online and offline workshop.
60 traditional creative SME's from West Java, DI Yogyakarta and Bali
Priority Development Area:
Economic institutions and infrastructure
Links with Australia:
QUT Creative Enterprise Australia
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