Surabaya, pens.ac.id – In order to develop and succeed in the goals of students in the field of entrepreneurship, PENS held a seminar entitled Building a Creative Entrepreneurial Spirit in the Digital Era. Hosted by hybrid i.e. via Zoom Video conference and taking place at the Mini Theater Lt. 6 of the EEPIS Graduate Building, this activity presented Rizal Wahyu Cahyarama as the founder and the CEO of Cahyarama Kreatif and Achmad Nurhasim Hamada who are founder and CEO of PT. Kekean Primanda Indonesia. This activity was held on Thursday (29/9), and is open to the public.
The activity was opened at 15.45 WIB by the moderator who is a D3 Multimedia Broadcasting Technology student, Jessica Barans. Officially, the seminar started with remarks from Kholid Fathoni, S.Kom., MT, as the Head of the Multimedia Broadcasting Technology Department (DTMK). In his speech, Kholid said that the cultivation of an entrepreneurial spirit is important and has become a road map for student development in EEPIS. Through this seminar, of course, it can support these goals so that PENS can excel in the field of entrepreneurship. “This entrepreneurship can be done by anyone with any background so this education is very important. Through this seminar, we will contribute as well as succeed in the goal of EEPIS,” said Kholid.
The activity was continued with material by the CEO of Cahyarama Kreatif. In his material, Rizal explained about the entrepreneurial journey creative visuals which he started in 2010. Through this long journey of 12 years, Rizal realized that the important point in entrepreneurship is to be diligent in managing time. Not only that, the man from Nganjuk also conveyed four patterns entrepreneurship starting from marketing, operations, human resources, and finance which includes a business feasibility study including financial statements, investments and intelligence finance in managing existing finances.
The material continues with building a business startup creative industry brought by the CEO of PT. Kekean Primanda Indonesia who is familiarly called Aam. He explained his background in doing business starting in 2007 by awakening young entrepreneurs targeting students. In awakening the entrepreneurial spirit, there is a flow of strategic youth empowerment based on creative industries starting from planning, training, capital, mentoring to the evaluation stage. Aam's hard work paid off when the Covid-19 pandemic hit, his products received international attention because they managed to clean up five awards at once in an event in Japan. “Everyone has the same opportunity, commitment, consistency and prayer made things like this. The key is to make peace with yourself and do whatever is best in your version,” said Aam. (irf)