Putri Koster Turns Off The Bali Bangkit Exhibition Planning

  • 02 Desember 2020
  • 21:12 WITA
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DENPASAR, Balitopnews.com - In an effort to move the economy in the midst of a pandemic that is currently hitting the world, especially Bali Province, where most of its people rely on the tourism sector, Bali Provincial Crafts Council chaired by Mrs. Putri Suastini Koster is working with the Provincial Industry and Trade Office Bali and Bank BPD held the Bali Bangkit exhibition.


"Through The Bali Bangkit exhibition, UMKM and IKM players are expected to be able to take advantage of this opportunity as an effort to restore world confidence in Balinese handicrafts that remain of quality and have their own characteristics," said the Head of the Bali Province Dekranasda, Putri Suastini Koster when coordinating to finalize the exhibition planning. Bali Rises with exhibition participants, at the Kerta Sabha Denpasar Building, Wednesday, December 2, 2020.


Chairperson of the Bali Province Dekranasda, Putri Suastini Koster, said that the participants of the Bali Bangkit exhibition who were SMEs and IKM players throughout Bali were asked to work together and maintain integrity in healthy competition.


"You must be able to take advantage of the Bali Bangkit exhibition as a media or promotion forum in the midst of this pandemic. Apart from the Bali Bangkit exhibition which will be held offline at the Ksirarnawa Art Center Denpasar building from 4 to 31 December, MSME and IKM players must also be able to start promotion online through E_Marketplace and enter the digital platform system that has been provided by Balimall.id, "she said.


The Bali Bangkit Exhibition, which was attended by 184 participants, will be divided into 2 groups, namely 92 participants participating in the Bali Bangkit exhibition from 4 to 16 December 2020, while 92 other participants will take part in the follow-up exhibition on 18 to 31 December 2020. A total of 184 These participants consisted of 20 culinary delights and 164 crafts (crafts).


Like it or not, like it or not, handicraft products must be able to switch to an online system in marketing to promote IKM products with the tagline "To get quality authentic Balinese products, look for them at BaliMall", aimed at attracting buyer visits through digital or online platforms, which can be opened by anyone, anywhere.


In addition, sustainable products must be maintained and have sufficient and adequate stock. To support online promotion, every seller must continue to fill in the advantages of the product he has and package it well and include a price so that it is attractive to buyers.


The hybrid model in the midst of a pandemic is an effort to transition from offline to online with the aim of still being able to promote craft products. E_marketplace or digital platform later can also be used as a place or place to promote Balinese products online. The Balimall marketplace is specifically for selling authentic Balinese products by residents who live in Bali and with Balinese handicrafts.


"Do not let the crafts that we have and maintain from ancient times become dead because they are adopted by technology and especially irresponsible hands. Let's start using local production so that our SMEs and IKM players in Bali Province can benefit from their handicrafts. , and if necessary Bali must have a special building for exhibitions so that Bali is able to host exhibitions at the national level, "Putri Koster said. 


Meanwhile, The Head of the Bali Province Industry and Trade Office, I Wayan Jarta, conveyed coordination with the participants of the Bali Bangkit exhibition which was held today to finalize the exhibition plan which will open on Friday, December 4, 2020.


Participants who attended today were 85 UMKM and IKM players in 2 groups, namely 51 people in the first group and 34 people in the second group. This is done as an effort to avoid crowds or overcrowding of visitors at the exhibition location.


The Bali Bangkit Exhibition was held as an effort to re-exhibit products in the wider community through two media, namely offline and also online. A total of 184 participants from UMKM and IKM players who will later take part in the exhibition are those who, according to the observations from the data base, can still move and move forward again.


To reduce the spread of the virus, MSME and IKM players participating in the Bali Bangkit exhibition must have a QRIS payment system or use non-cash transactions. Bank BPD Bali exists as a means of payment (QRIS) by means of real-time transfers with the aim of reducing currency transactions (believed to be one of the media for spreading Covid-19 through money transfer) and avoiding physical touch. (Gix)