Semarang – Bank Jateng continues to strive the providing the best to customers, one of which is by bringing customers who are MSMEs and large / small entrepreneurs to the Russian market.
“Russia is a big country and is now growing. Imported needs such as food, fruits including furniture. Why is it not used by the Central Java business people, “said the Director of Bank Jateng, Supriyatno on UMKM and Entrepreneur Gathering at one of the hotels in Semarang on Sunday.
In the meeting, Indonesian Ambassador to Russia, Mohamad Wahid Supriyadi and team such as a trade attach presented more technical information about the Russian potential market to 30 MSME players and entrepreneurs present.
Supriyatno explained not only understanding Russian market opportunities, but the meeting was also expected to produce MSMEs and entrepreneurs’ maps and their products to be marketed in Russia.
“MSMEs and entrepreneurs are collected at least they are awared and interested in the Russian market opportunities, including how much to find out and what kind of products will be sold on the Russian market,” he said.
Supriyanto asserted, Bank Jateng was ready to facilitate customers for productive credit and this year a productive credit post IDR of 45 trillion rupiahs (including those who would explore the Russian market since they were Bank Jateng customers).
On this occasion, the Indonesian Ambassador to Russia, Mohamad Wahid Supriyadi added that there was an opportunity to introduce Indonesia’s business potential to Russia precisely at the Indonesian Festival activities which will be held from August 1-4, 2019.
“The annual activity which starts in 2016 will begin with the Business Forum (which will bring in importers, therefore MSME actors and entrepreneurs from Indonesia can meet directly with the importers,” Wahid said.
Wahid explained based on the Indonesian Festival in the previous years, Indonesian products such as food, textiles (Muslim fashion and fashion), and fruits were in the great demand. On this occasion a number of entrepreneurs and MSMEs were given the opportunity to ask questions and get many responses from MSMEs and entrepreneurs who asked about potential business such as furniture, water hyacinth, and agriculture