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Makassar, January 11th 2020, in the beginning of 2020 Museum BI in collaboration with BICARA (BI Call and InteRAction) greeted #SahabatMuseumBI and #SobatRupiah in Makassar for DIGIFEST or Digital Festival. The two-day event aims to encourage the implementation of inclusive QRIS (Quick Response Code Indonesia Standard) in Eastern part of Indonesia.
On the first day of the event, various competitions ranging from stand-up comedy to coffee brew presented by BI’s SMEs (small-medium enterprises) were held to entertain and increase public interest in Indonesia's high quality local products. Beside various competitions, talkshows about brand matching presented by the Head of KPw BI Singapore were also held as part of events, which was targeting the young entrepreneurs who want to develop their own business.
Visitors’ enthusiasm grows on the second day of the event, various competitions and family activities such as coloring, automotive and community exhibitions were able to attract thousands visitors. While interacting with exhibitions and competitions presented during the event, visitors could also shop from diverse SME’s products using the QRIS platform.
Diferent type of education platforms are carried out to socialize BI's latest policies, also to emerge local economic sector through loca- medium businesses. In this case, Museum BI participated in educating public regarding the history of economic development through money collection from time to time, entertaining with interactive and educational games Kahoot, as well as 13.5kg monetary gold bar replica. Museum BI ‘s booth also received special attention from visitors, one of the visitors said, "Hopefully Museum BI will have another plan trip to Makassar again, this should be frequently. I am a fan of old money collections, I am very happy to see money from the era of DJB (De Javasche Bank)."
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