The government will open market access for small and medium industries (IKM) in the home decoration sector.
This was conveyed by the Secretary General of the Ministry of Industry Dody Widodo in a press release, Monday (11/10/2021), after 6 institutions signed the Cooperation Agreement (PKS) regarding the I’m Ready to Export program.
“The collaboration of these 6 institutions is in order to provide capacity building in the form of training and mentoring, as well as opening market access to SMEs/IKM players engaged in the home decoration sector, with a curated number of participants as many as 114 IKM,” said Secretary General of the Ministry of Industry, Dody Widodo in a broadcast. officially quoted by Kompas.com, Monday (11/10/2021) Peralatan Rumah Tangga
The six institutions are the Ministry of Industry (Kemenperin), the Ministry of Trade, the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economists, the National Crafts Council (Dekranas), the Indonesian Furniture and Handicraft Industry Association (HIMKI), and the Business & Export Development Organization Foundation.
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Dody said the Ministry of Industry appreciated the efforts of all parties involved in the cooperation. The Ministry of Industry hopes that this cooperation can increase the exports of SMEs to support efforts to recover the national economy. House Furniture Solution
“Because many of our IKM players have been able to produce products that are competitive in the global arena. This is what we need to continue to drive,” said Dody.
Dody explained, the I’m Ready to Export program includes workshops, webinars, mentoring, discussions, and exhibitions that will last until December 31, 2022.
Meanwhile, Plt. The Director General of Small, Medium and Multifarious Industries (IKMA) of the Ministry of Industry, Reni Yanita, said the trainers and mentors came from various stakeholders. Perlengkapan Rumah Tangga
“The I’m Ready to Export Program is covered by a Cooperation Agreement, the substance of which has been discussed and agreed upon by all parties,” said Reni Yanita. Property News