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12/3/2019 8:00 AM
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"Pasar Inspirasi (Inspirational Market) in Museum BI: Supporting Millennials to Develop Creative Industries”

Jakarta 2019, Museum Bank Indonesia as a public space and communicator of Bank Indonesia's policy took part in supporting and providing place for the creative industries of millennial generation in the digital economy era through “Pasar Inspirasi (Inspirational Market)”, carried out on 29 November-1 December 2019.

Pasar Inspirasi is a public program activity of Museum Bank Indonesia in collaboration with "Semasa di Kotatua" Community. This activity took place in the area of the temporary exhibition room, inner court, and multipurpose room of Museum Bank Indonesia. The series of events are consisted of bazaar from various creative products, followed by 107 brands created by young creative people in Indonesia, even from several neighbourhood countries in Asia (Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand) that exhibited their unique products.

By buying entrance ticket of Museum BI with price Rp. 5,000, - or by showing student identity card for a free ticket, visitors can enjoy educational tours to learn about the history and policies of the central bank from the past to the present, including various numismatic collections from time to time, take a look and shop variety of unique products, also enjoy foods and beverages while looking at the beauty of this magnificent building that has been established since 1828. Besides, visitors were able to take pictures at Instagramable spots in Museum Bank Indonesia area. On Saturdays and Sundays, visitors were entertained by special performances from traditional Tanjidor music performances, acoustic ukulele performances from Ukuiki, also classical music performance from Sketsa Chamber Orchestra.

Pasar_inspirasi_museum_2.jpgPasar Inspirasi is a very fascinating activity in the closing of the year. Pasar Inspirasi has been an interactive educational tools from Bank Indonesia related to the socialization of Gerakan Nasional Non-Tunai (National Cash Less Movement-GNNT) policy in the era of digital economy, especially for millennials, where visitors were able to directly implement transactions using cash less platform when shopping. Type of transaction during the event could be carried out either in cash or digital payment methods, such as debit cards, credit cards, or using online transaction applications.

Pasar Inspirasi has turned into a platform for socialisation to general public in regards to Bank Indonesia's latest policy called "QRIS" (Quick Response Code Indonesia Standard), which is an integrated system of payment methods based on QR Code which will be officially implemented starting on January 1st, 2020 in Indonesia.

As additional information, the first activity of Pasar Inspirasi was held previously on 7-9 December 2018 and succeeded in attracting more than 10,000 visitors in 3 days of implementation, with total cash and digital transactions reaching Rp 1.5 billion. This time, more than 18,000 visitors attended the Museum BI area for 3 days.

As one of the public programs of Museum Bank Indonesia, Pasar Inspirasi activity is expected to provide inspiration, especially for young generations who are interested in economics and creative business, so that later they can become young entrepreneurs who innitiate to open jobs and contribute to Indonesia’s economy; as well as being an interactive educational platform for public regarding the latest policies of Bank Indonesia.


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