IBS Highlight Role of BPR Post-Pandemic against Capacity SMEs Post-Pandemic Covid-19
In this webinar, the speakers discuss the problems of micro, small, and medium enterprises (SMEs) who are forced to go out of business because it affected the pandemic virus corona Covid-19. MSMEs are the sector most vulnerable to being hit because activities during the pandemic have decreased so that the income of MSME players has also declined.
Present as speakers, namely Prof. Dr. Bagong Suyanto, MPA (Professor of Socio-Economic Expertise, FISIP Airlangga University, Surabaya); Joko Suyanto, SE, MM; (Chairman of the Certification Board and Chairman of the DPP Association of Indonesian Rural Banks (Perbarindo)) and Drs. Kaman Siboro, MBA; (President Commissioner of BPR Universal).
Acting as moderator Dr. Untoro A. Kayatnan, MSc; (Lecturer at STIE Indonesia Banking School). According to Dr. Kusumaningtuti Sandriharmy Soetiono, SH, LL.M, one way to revive the activity of MSMEs, is to provide a flow of funds to MSME entrepreneurs so that they can survive. That’s why it takes capital support from the financial services industry to inject capital so that it can bounce back and turn its income into capital for other products that have run out.
For this reason, STIE IBS as a university that focuses on Management, Accounting and Financial Management and Islamic Banking with special competency coverage in digital-based finance, held this seminar to get an understanding of how to handle strategies that must be carried out, both from an academic perspective, related authority policies and strategies of the BPR industry community as well as from BPR practitioners in efforts to restore business going forward.