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Four Universitas IGM Student Teams Passed P2MW The Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology


Selasa, 26 Juli 2022



Students of Universitas Indo Global Mandiri (IGM) again showed their achievements.
This time, four teams of Universitas IGM Students Passed P2MW from the student business development program that has had business through financial support of development and coaching from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology (Kemendikbud Ristek).
Head of Student Divison of the Student, Alumni, and Job Affairs Bureau of Universitas Indo Global Mandiri, Try Wulandari, S.E, M.Fin explained, that this program is aimed at students who have entrepreneurship. So this program helps students who have run their entrepreneurship, not only the business plan, said Wulan, Monday (7/25/2022).
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She said, that many students already have a business but are hit with capital constraints. This program, he continued, could be a good opportunity to develop their business.
According to her, after the funds are disbursed, students must carry out work programs based on a proposal that is submitted until they are finally accounted for periodically.
Because this program is very good to follow, the campus fully supports it by conducting program socialization online and then holding workshops and coaching in making proposals directly offline later, she explained.
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For this student team, Aisy Signature Drink (Supervising Lecturer Try Wulandari, S.E., M.Fin, CFP), Usaha ternak ikan patin bersama Hati (Supervising Lecturer Abdul Kholik, S.Si., M.Cs), Fine Shoes Care (Supervising Lecturer Indah Permatasari, M.Kom ), and Ruang Abata (Supervising Lecturer Indah Permatasari, M.Kom).
As is known, P2MW is a student business development program that already has a business through the financial support of development and coaching. The recipients of this assistance are PTN (public universities) and PTS (private universities) within the Ministry of Education and Culture. For business categories, starting from food and beverages, production or cultivation, Creative Industries, Arts, Culture and Tourism, Services and trade, and Applied Technology. (andhiko tungga alam/dzulfiqor ammar)



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