Feature

05 Nov 2021

Let's Understand the Stages of Funding for Startups

All businesses need capital. So is the startup business. The bigger the capital, the more that can be done to develop the business. That is why to make a startup continue to grow requires capital which also continues to increase along with the growth of the startup. This is where it is important for a founder to understand the importance of startup funding.

Continue Reading
05 Nov 2021

President Univ Explores Kutu Wetan Village, Ponorogo, Through Research

Indonesia is well known for its natural and cultural resources. These resources are then utilized to become the tourism industry. And now, not a few Indonesian people depend on the tourism sector for a living. This sector is the second largest foreign exchange contributor after palm oil.

Continue Reading
04 Nov 2021

Will Shopee Achieve Success in Poland and India?

Shopee is trying its luck in Poland and India. Although the effort has only just begun, this experiment seems to hint at Shopee's global ambitions. This e-commerce giant has dominated the Southeast Asian market, and is growing quite rapidly in Latin America.

Continue Reading
03 Nov 2021

Ula, B2B Marketplace Startup Funded by Jeff Bezos

B2B startup marketplace for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) Ula recently received funding from an investment firm owned by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. Not only that, Tencent also participated.

Continue Reading
26 Oct 2021

Speech of the Governor of Bali I Wayan Koster at ICFBE 2021: It is Time for Bali to Reorganize Its Economy

Beginning this greeting, let us deliver sesanti angayu bagya, puja pangastuti to Ida Hyang Widhi Wasa, God Almighty, because, on His asung kerta wara nugraha, we can gather in the Fifth International Conference On Family Business and Entrepreneurship at The Grand Inna Kuta, Bali, an annual event held by the Faculty of Business, President University, in collaboration with Dhyana Pura University, Bali, and the Indonesia Strategic Management Society.

Continue Reading
26 Oct 2021

Speech Rector of President Univ Prof. Dr. Jony Haryanto at ICFBE 2021: Many Companies Are Struggling to Recover from Covid-19 Pandemic

Ladies and gentlemen, This Monday morning President University again held the International Conference on Family Business and Entrepreneurship or we usually call it ICFBE. This is an annual event that we started in 2017, and continues every year. If in the first three years we held the conference offline, in 2020, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we did it online. For this year, our conference will be held on a hybrid basis.

Continue Reading
25 Oct 2021

Road to ICFBE 2021: The Role of Grandmother or Mother and Constitution in Family Business (4th Part of 4)

Another way of parenting is to encourage children and grandchildren not to immediately occupy leadership positions in family companies but to start from the bottom. Not a few founders encourage their children or grandchildren to work as professionals outside the family company first. After gaining experience and appreciation from the outside, they were invited to join the family company.

Continue Reading
23 Oct 2021

Road to ICFBE 2021: Parents are the First, Main, and Long-standing Teacher (Part 3 of 4)

The phrase about the third-generation curse does not only exist in China but also in various other countries. In the US, for example, there is an expression, "from shirtsleeves to shirtsleeves in three generations." In England, the expression "clogs to clogs is only three generations," while in Japan, it says "rice paddies to rice paddies in three generations." The meaning is more or less the same, namely from coolies back to coolies, from clogs back to clogs, or from starting from farmers back to being farmers. It all happened in the third generation.

Continue Reading