82 Shopping Center Supports Festival Jakarta Great Sale 2018
By : Dina Astria And Aldi Firhand | Friday, July 13 2018 - 21:28 IWST
Festival Jakarta Great Sale 2018 (Foto Dok Industry.co.id
INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta- Provincial Government (Pemprov) of DKI Jakarta supports the Jakarta Great Sale (FJGS) Festival 2018 which runs from August 12 until September 4, 2018.
"We fully support the implementation of FJGS 2018. Moreover, at the same time Jakarta City will also host the Asian Games, both must synergize well," said Head of Cooperatives, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), Industry, Energy and Trade Bureau of Economy of DKI, Didik Junaedi in Jakarta, Thursday (12/07/2018)
The implementation of FJGS 2018 will be very much different than in previous years, considering that this year Jakarta will also host the 2018 Asian Games event.
Therefore, we hope that both activities, namely FJGS 2018 and Asian Games 2018 can synergize well and mutually succeed each other, so both are equally festive, he explained.
Because in conjunction with the implementation of the Asian Games, to all shopping centers that participate in FJGS 2018 activities to install banners and install Asian Games themed decoration.
The implementation of FJGS 2018 will of course be a new challenge. The challenge is how to integrate it with the Asian Games. To be sure, we give full support to both events, he added.
FJGS 2018 was held in 82 shopping centers spread across Jakarta. The FJGS committee cooperates with the Jakarta Regional Crafts Council (Dekranasda) to hold exhibitions and sales booths in seven shopping centers, namely Grand Indonesia, Senayan City, Gandaria City, Kota Kasablanka, Lippo Mall Kemang, One Belpark Mall and Kelapa Gading Mall .
In addition, the FJGS 2018 committee is also working with SMEs from the One District Program, One Center for Entrepreneurship (OK-OCE) to hold booth exhibitions in 18 shopping centers, including ITC Mangga Dua, Plaza Indonesia, Plaza Glodok, Mall Ambasador , Kalibata Plaza, Kalibata City Square, Plaza Festival, Poins Square and Kota Kasablanka.