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The philosophy comes from the Indonesia archipelago to the world stage. Targeted to evoke inspiration from Indonesia in general, appreciation from the economy creative enthusiasts, give actionable benefit to the digital industry stakeholder and build the ecosystem of Indonesia Economy Creative. The program initiated to bring up potentials of Indonesia Archipelago startups and innovation companies, where their brands and products can get the chance to showcase the strength and beauty of Indonesia-made products to the global market. 

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About Indonesia Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy

The Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy of the Republic of Indonesia or abbreviated as Kemenparekraf RI is the ministry within the Indonesian Government in charge of tourism affairs. The Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy is under and responsible to the President. The Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy is led by a Minister of Tourism (Menparekraf) who since December 23, 2020, has been held by Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno.

Kemenparekraf continues to support the development of a sustainable and quality tourism and creative economy industry through the implementation of rules and policies that have an impact on the industry.

Kemenparekraf is in charge of 17 creative economy sub-sectors, namely:

1. Game Development

2. Architecture

3. Interior Design

4. Music

5. Fine Arts

6. Product Design

7. Fashion

8. Culinary

9. Film, Animation, and Video

10. Photography

11. Visual Communication Design

12. Television and Radio

13. Crafts

14. Advertising

15. Performing Arts

16. Publishing

17. Applications

Currently, the Ministry of Tourism is also focused on developing 5 super-priority destinations that will implement the CHSE (Cleanliness, Health, Safety, and Environmental Sustainability) policy, namely on destinations: Lake Toba (North Sumatra), Likupang (North Sulawesi), Borobudur (Central Java). ), Mandalika (West Nusa Tenggara), and Labuan Bajo (East Nusa Tenggara).

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