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HARSA’s Real Movement to Embrace Youth and MSMEs, Through Sustainable & Creative

The organization created by Mikail Azizi Baswedan, son of Anies Baswedan, namely ‘HARSA’, has carried out a series of youth movements that focus on several fields, namely entrepreneurship, socio-culture and the environment, education and democracy, human rights and nationalism.

The closest agenda that this organization will immediately carry out is the movement to support local MSMEs (Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises) through the Sustainable and Creation program held at Half Patiunus, South Jakarta, Friday, (10/11/2023).

The program is based on passion for preserving Indonesian culture and creating strong local MSMEs.

Apart from that, this program is attended by content creators, entrepreneurs and young artists. Starting from a collaboration from Tasya Kissty and Jakarta Creative Hub, a fashion show from Batik Marunda, a workshop with Vina Muliana, and there will also be an appearance from Abang None South Jakarta.

This program also features art exhibitions from young artists. Participants who attend will also be presented with an interactive talk show which will be attended by many young people.

Meanwhile, this program also collaborates with +Jakarta, Jakpreneur (Jakarta Entrepreneur), as well as Rumah BUMN.

Not only that, Lestari and Cipta also provided a series of workshops which became a real movement aimed at increasing the capacity of young people and increasing knowledge in the field of creative economy.

Mikail hopes that the participants who attend can increase their capacity while contributing to Indonesia through their contribution to national GDP.

“MSMEs in Indonesia contribute more than 60% of GDP, that’s why we, the younger generation, must give appreciation to MSMEs. Harsa wants to contribute to creation
“Young people can become entrepreneurs through the creative economy,” said Mikail.

“Not only creating, but also appreciating creative economy actors who promote cultural values,” he concluded. (Eka)

Source: Indonesia News