IICIES Promotes Entrepreneurship Development

11780032_1177778225582669_1735498743673622621_oREPUBLIKA.CO.ID, BANDUNG – Centre for Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Leadership School of Business and Management ITB (SBM ITB CIEL) re-organized The 7th International Conference in Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Small Business (IICIES) on Tuesday (4/8).
Through IICIES, CIEL SBM ITB has contributed to the development potential of Indonesia in the world of entrepreneurship, innovation and business in order to compete internationally.11780032_1177778225582669_1735498743673622621_oREPUBLIKA.CO.ID, BANDUNG – Centre for Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Leadership School of Business and Management ITB (SBM ITB CIEL) re-organized The 7th International Conference in Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Small Business (IICIES) on Tuesday (4/8).
Through IICIES, CIEL SBM ITB has contributed to the development potential of Indonesia in the world of entrepreneurship, innovation and business in order to compete internationally.

In the conference that took place on August 4 to 6 at H Clarity Bandung, CIEL SBM ITB presents approximately eight (8) multinational speakers, including Professor of Berkeley College from United States Soobrian Lloyd, Senior Vice President of Frost & Sullivan of Singapore Shivaji Das, and also Professor of Yamaguchi University in Japan, Kazuhiro Fukuyo.

In addition to presenting the multinational speakers, the conference also presented about 150 scientific articles by researchers from various educational institutions also practitioners from within and outside the country are classified into seven branches of entrepreneurship related to technology management and development of small and medium-sized businesses.

“IICIES is a media for researchers, academics and practitioners to collaborate in developing innovative, entrepreneurship and growth of small and medium-sized businesses through the publication of their works, inspiring seminars, appropriate training, and scientific discussion”, said Chairman IICIES Dwi Larso, H Clarity Bandung, on Tuesday (4/8).

Dwi said that Indonesia needs more developed entrepreneurs. Because there are currently about 50 million units in Indonesia but 95-99 per cent are in the category of small and micro informal. Dwi added, these small businesses as the “hero” because it can support themselves independently without being a burden to the government. However, on the other hand, the business is hard to grow so they need assistance so the businesses can survive and thrive.

“Because Indonesia will not grow prosperity if too many small businesses but are not able to grow and thrive”, Dwi added. Therefore, the percentage of small businesses should be reduced by helping to increase small business into a medium or large.

Source: http://www.republika.co.id/berita/pendidikan/dunia-kampus/15/08/04/nskgug284-iicies-dorong-pengembangan-kewirausahaan

In the conference that took place on August 4 to 6 at H Clarity Bandung, CIEL SBM ITB presents approximately eight (8) multinational speakers, including Professor of Berkeley College from United States Soobrian Lloyd, Senior Vice President of Frost & Sullivan of Singapore Shivaji Das, and also Professor of Yamaguchi University in Japan, Kazuhiro Fukuyo.

In addition to presenting the multinational speakers, the conference also presented about 150 scientific articles by researchers from various educational institutions also practitioners from within and outside the country are classified into seven branches of entrepreneurship related to technology management and development of small and medium-sized businesses.

“IICIES is a media for researchers, academics and practitioners to collaborate in developing innovative, entrepreneurship and growth of small and medium-sized businesses through the publication of their works, inspiring seminars, appropriate training, and scientific discussion”, said Chairman IICIES Dwi Larso, H Clarity Bandung, on Tuesday (4/8).

Dwi said that Indonesia needs more developed entrepreneurs. Because there are currently about 50 million units in Indonesia but 95-99 per cent are in the category of small and micro informal. Dwi added, these small businesses as the “hero” because it can support themselves independently without being a burden to the government. However, on the other hand, the business is hard to grow so they need assistance so the businesses can survive and thrive.

“Because Indonesia will not grow prosperity if too many small businesses but are not able to grow and thrive”, Dwi added. Therefore, the percentage of small businesses should be reduced by helping to increase small business into a medium or large.

Source: http://www.republika.co.id/berita/pendidikan/dunia-kampus/15/08/04/nskgug284-iicies-dorong-pengembangan-kewirausahaan