Campus.UBMG - The Hall of University of Bina Mandiri (UBM) Gorontalo, was successful in becoming the venue for the first Regional Work Meeting (Rakerda) of the Indonesian Women Entrepreneurs Association (IWAPI) of Gorontalo Province, Thursday (4/8/2022).
The UBM Hall, which is one of the icons of the pioneering independent campus, is indeed very representative for organizing various activities.
"Alhamdulillah, the entire series of activities for the first Rakerda was successfully held," said the Head of the DPD IWAPI Gorontalo, Suharsi Igirisa M.Si.
The activity which carries the theme "Realize Professional Organizations, IWAPI is ready for Collaboration, Transformation and Optimizing Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Potential", was opened directly by the Regional Secretary (Sekda) of Gorontalo Province, Dr. Darda Daraba.
The Head of the IWAPI DPD, Suharsi Igirisa M.Si in his speech explained, IWAPI has become a partner of the government in developing programs specifically related to improving the economy and welfare of women entrepreneurs.
"Since our inauguration, we have carried out various activities, of course all of them are carried out in support of regional and provincial government programs,"she said.
Not only that, the Deputy Regent of Pohuwato hopes that the existence of IWAPI will receive special attention from the Gorontalo Provincial Government.
"Alhamdulillah, today's Regional Work Meeting was attended by the Secretary of Gorontalo region, hopefully what we convey can be accommodated and of course get full support and support from him," she continued.
Not to forget, Suharsi Igirisa thanked the event organizing committee and IWAPI management who were so enthusiastic in making this inaugural work meeting a success.
"Thank you to all who were involved in the implementation of the 1st Rakerda, both contributions from the DPD, city district DPC, coaches, advisors, observers, IWAPI sympathizers as well as to all MSMEs assisted
Inshaa Allah, with this organization, we can improve the economic sector through MSMEs assisted by IWAPI," he concluded. (ais/rls/at)
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