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  • Deputy of Marketing - Indonesian Creative Economy Agency, Mr Josua Puji Mulia Simanjuntak (SBS Indonesian)
Mr Josua Puji Mulia Simanjuntak, Deputy of Marketing - Indonesian Creative Economy Agency (Bekraf), speaks on how the agency helps startups to spread their wings both nationally and globally, as well as the challenges they face.
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Tia Ardha

17 May 2018 - 8:41 PM  UPDATED 17 May 2018 - 10:02 PM

"Paviliun Archipelageek" by  Indonesian Creative Economy Agency (Bekraf) is one of the participant in this year's Centrum fur Buroautomation, Informationteknologie und Telekomunikation (CeBIT) in Australia on 15-17 May 2018. Eight chosen Indonesian startup businesses - Squline, Medico, 8Villages, Nicslab, Yava-Solusi 247, Jojonomic, Ukirama, and Merakyat.co - showcase their products in the exhibition held at the ICC Sydney. These exhibitors will also have an opportunity to do the business matchmaking with the potential business counterparts selected by the NSW government on 18 May.

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