LAUNCH FIVE START-UPS OF STUDENT WORK
Head of Kemendikbud Entrepreneurship Section Roni Rukmana, S.Pd Launches Start-Up Work of UMB Students
The UMB Entrepreneurship Center is again holding its annual Entrepreneur Festival (EnFest). The event lasted for two days, 20-21 December 2019 at UMB Atrium Building. Attended by the Ministry of Education and Culture's Entrepreneurship Section Head - Roni Rukmana, S.Pd, UMB Vice Chancellor - Dr. Hadri Mulya, MM, Director of Learning - Dr. Yuli Harwani, MM, Head of the Entrepreneurship Center - Dr. Wahyu Hari Haji, S.Kom, M.MSI, Chairperson of the 2019 EnFest Committee - Nurendah Retno Wuryandari, MM (Chairperson of En Fest 2019), as well as lecturers supporting Entrepreneurship courses.
"This activity aims to encourage students to study business more deeply and encourage students to enter the entrepreneurship field," explained the 2019 EnFest Acting Chair, Nurendah Retno Wuryandari in his remarks En Fest 2019, yesterday.
At this year's EnFest, he continued, he successfully presented hundreds of participants. The number reached 792 teams from the Entrepreneurship class. Of that number divided into three categories, namely Business Ideas, Business Applications and Business Competition.
On this occasion there were five start-ups that were launched. The launched star-up is "Conflicting" by Informatics Engineering students launched by Roni Rukmana, S.Pd. This war is a bag product made from used banners. "C-Fresh" by Informatics Engineering student launched by Dr. Hadri Mulya, MM. C-Fresh is an application to sell vegetables.
There is also "Darian Spring Rolls" by the Information Systems student by Dr. Yuli Harwani, MM. Darian Spring Rolls culinary products such as sushi. "Venzy" by Informatics and Digital Communication Engineering students launched by Dr. Yuli Harwani, MM. Venzy is an online ticket sales application. "Pillowtab by AIRO" by Visual Communication Design student launched by Dr. Hadri Mulya, MM. Pillowtab by AIRO pillows for the placemat designed laptops have fans.
According to Roni Rukmana, UMB students are indeed great - they have succeeded in defeating campuses from state and private universities in the KBMI program. KBMI is an Indonesian Student Business Competition organized by the Ministry of Education and Culture.
"Hopefully, UMB will spawn more and more students who excel in the field of entrepreneurship who will become successful entrepreneurs in their fields," explained Roni at the end of his speech. (author: Priyo Wahyudi / editor: Riko Noviantoro / University Secretariat and Public Relations Bureau / www.mercubuana.ac.id / firstname.lastname@example.org / https://pendaftaran.mercubuana.ac.id/id)