Business Idea Presentation from IPMI InnoLab Online Incubation Program

On 18 December 2020, Innovesia with IPMI International Business School conducted InnoLab Online Incubation Program: Business Idea Presentation. This activity was the final session of InnoLab Batch 2, with six groups presenting their business ideas in front of a panel of judges. This event was also supported by Sriboga Raturaya and Edufund.

On 18 December 2020, Innovesia with IPMI International Business School conducted InnoLab Online Incubation Program: Business Idea Presentation. This activity was the final session of InnoLab Batch 2, with six groups presenting their business ideas in front of a panel of judges. This event was also supported by Sriboga Raturaya and Edufund.

The presenting groups came from students of IPMI Entrepreneurship and Innovation Class, and also part of InnoLab Online Incubation Program. Even in the middle of the pandemic, the students are still eager to innovate new business ideas.

The presentation session from six groups went successfully without a hitch. This session welcomed a panel of judges, which includes Mr. Brata Taruna Hardjosubroto (Commissioner, PT. Sarimelati Kencana Tbk (Pizza Hut), Christopher Kristian (KPMG Australia), Danny Kosasih (Co-founder and Partner, Innovesia), Liza Nelloh (Head of BBA Program and InnoLab, IPMI International Business School), Yurry Razy (Co-founder and Partner, Innovesia), and Pingkan Melita Debora (Business Development Lead, Edufund). It was followed by a Q&A session, where judges and presenting groups excitingly discussed the business ideas.

In the end, the panel assessed and determined the top three groups: Dialectic (a social media platform for mental health issues), Foodtruck Project (food service with empowerment program for marginalized groups), and Kobu (healthy coffee alternative from sugarcane). These groups will get an opportunity for funding provided by Edufund. We wish all the best for the winners and encourage you to keep innovating.

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