Startups on the rise and digital transformation are taking place in conventional industries, from manufacturing to agriculture and mining to food and beverage. More tech-related skills and knowledge than ever before are required in the workforce today, as Indonesia is on track to become Southeast Asia’s largest digital economy by 2025, while the fourth industrial revolution is taking shape in local corporations.
The problem is tech studies in local universities are not yet as prevalent and diverse as in more developed countries. Vocational and polytechnic schools – and the broader education system in Indonesia – have been slow in adapting to technological changes as well. Graduates of vocational schools, who are meant to secure jobs right after graduation, also ranked highest in terms of the unemployment rate, even lower than elementary school graduates.
In light of such opportunities and challenges, how should Indonesia’s workforce prepare for the future of work?
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The “digital hub” concept is something that came organically for Silicon Valey in the San Francisco Bay Area that is home to companies from Apple and Twitter to Facebook and Tesla. But for Indonesia, Sinarmas Land’s digital hub in BSD city is closest to Silicon Valey, with the presence of Apple Developer’s Academy and Plug and Play’s BSD Innovation Labs.
The concept remains unfamiliar to many in Indonesia, although the country is said to be poised to lead Southeast Asia’s digital economy in 2025. Digital hubs’ promise of high data speed will allow for seamless use of data, from teleconference meetings to multimedia interaction in work, thereby creating a dynamic environment that is expected to spur creativity and innovation.
However, limitations such as the presence of digital hubs which are limited to BSD only at present, and unfamiliarity of corporations and the workforce on digital hubs, as well as limited government support so far in promoting more digital hubs, have served as challenges to further develop the digital hub concept in Indonesia beyond Greater Jakarta.
The seminar will look into the prospects of digital hubs in Indonesia, the performance of BSD Digital Hub so far, expected innovative and creative outcomes relative to other digital hubs of the world, as well as challenges the industry faces in developing digital hubs in Indonesia.
Register now to this link: https://bit.ly/2CQwq9V and get an exclusive The Jakarta Post Style Book!
Jakarta will have another art exhibition for the next couple of weeks. Sorak Gemilang Entertainment (SGE) Live invited teamLab from Japan to hold an exhibition called “teamLab Future Park” at Gandaria City, South Jakarta. There will be five digital installations in the exhibition: Animal Flowers, Symbiotic Lives, Graffti Nature: Lost, Immersed and Reborn, Sliding through the Fruit Field, Sketch Aquarium, and Light Ball Orchestra.
The exhibition will run for roughly six months, starting from 20 June until 20 December 2019.
ICEE·Indonesia – International Consumer Electronics Expo Indonesia is a professional consumer electronics fair in Indonesia, with the advantages of economic status and geographic location. ICEE·Indonesia has been developed as an important supply platform for South East Asia industry that creates opportunities for international companies to initiate their business in the ASEAN market
For more information visit: http://www.iceeid.com/
“When You Wish Upon a Star” is a song written by Leigh Harline and Ned Washington for Walt Disney’s 1940 adaptation of Pinocchio sung by Cliff Edwards in the character of Jimmy Cricket, and is heard over the opening credits and in the final scene of the film.
The song which has since become the representative song of The Walt Disney Company is also used as the title of the upcoming Jakarta Concert Orchestra’s year end concert on Sunday, 1 December 2019 at Teater Jakarta, Taman Ismail Marzuki.
Don’t miss it, and book your tickets NOW via www.theresonanz.com/ticketing.
Backstreet Boys will be
having a world tour to promote their newest album called “DNA”. The
“DNA World Tour” starts on May 11 2019 in Portugal and is planned to go
around European countries, North America, and Asia.
Indonesia will be part of the world tour on October 26, presented by Third Eye Management (TEM) and PK Entertainment. AJ McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, and Brian Littrell will entertain their fans in Jakarta International Expo (JIEXPO) Kemayoran.
For more information, visit: https://bsbjakarta.com/
Indocraft is one of the leading trade exhibition for batik and handicraft industry in Indonesia. The event is organized by Debindo with support from the Government, the association of handicraft producers that promotes the development of handicraft industries in Indonesia.
The aim of Indocraft is to promote and expand the quality of handicraft, batik, and fashion market across the nations. The expo will gather the leading handicraft supplies, manufacturers and professionals involved in art, craft, and fashion work.
Visit: https://www.pameranindocraft.com/ for more information.
The biggest fashion show in Indonesia, Jakarta Fashion Week 2020 will be held from 19 to 25 Oktober at Senayan Citys, marking the new face of fashion week in the country with the fresh logo, a variety of campaign, fashion show, and more sustainable movements.
Started with the Search for JFW 2020 Icons, the fashion week is expected to bring a series of events to promote homegrown industry and talents. A number of rising designers will be presenting their collection during Indonesian Fashion Forward. JFW also call the future talent by organising menswear designer and accecories design competition.
Visit: https://www.jakartafashionweek.co.id/ for more information.
Ismaya Live recently announced the 6th edition of Jakarta Culinary Feastival (JCF), which will be held from 3 to 6 October at Senayan City, Jakarta. This highly anticipated food festival is expected to bring more flavours through its extensive and comprehensive experience during four-day event.
Partnered with GO-FOOD, JCF 2019 will be a one-stop destination where foodies could taste, sip, learn and have fun.
Visit: http://www.jakartaculinaryfeastival.com/ for more information.
Indonesia Senayan Festival (I SEE Fest) 2019 is a festival like no other. The festival offers a unique concept, providing the visitors with a brand new experience. In the Cultural Exchange area, the visitors can experience different cultures of different countries which has their own unique characteristic. There will be also music performances from various local musicians such as Gugun Blues Shelter, HiVi, Endah n Resa, Tony Q, and many others. Four music stages are prepared to entertain all of the visitors.
Come and join the fun at I SEE Fest 2019 starting from 27 September until 6 October 2019 at Gelora Bung Karno, Senayan, Jakarta.
visit https://iseefest.com/ for more information.