London School launches ASEAN creativepreneurship center

London School launches ASEAN creativepreneurship center

The Ambassador of the People's Republic of China to ASEAN, Huang Xilian, signed a document on the establishment of the Center for ASEAN Creativepreneurship Studies (CACS) witnessed by the Founder and Director of LSPR - Jakarta, Prita Kemal Gani (left), the Director General of ASEAN Cooperation at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia, Jose Tavares (center back), and the Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia to China and Mongolia, Djauhari Oratmangun (right) in Jakarta on Wednesday (9/5). (Libertina WA)

"I am optimistic that LSPR CACS will be a place to develop a leading entrepreneurial community that is able to compete globally while still contributing to the local community".
Jakarta (ANTARA News) - The London School of Public Relations (LSPR) in Jakarta has launched the Center for ASEAN Creativepreneurship Studies (CACS) that will serve as a learning support institution to prepare students to become creative business players.

"I am optimistic that LSPR CACS will be a place to develop a leading entrepreneurial community that is able to compete globally while still contributing to the local community," LPSR Jakarta's Founder and Director Prita Kemal Gani stated at the launch event held in Jakarta on Wednesday.

Prita added that the center will hold various activities in order to realize its vision of becoming a learning support center that shapes, equips, and develops LSPR graduates to become creative and innovative entrepreneurs.

The center's activities include an exclusive training program held within one academic year, and family business mentorship held twice in an academic year.

Another program is aimed at building an alumni entrepreneurship network.

The LSPR Career Center noted that the absorption rate of LSPR Jakarta graduates in the business industry had reached 90 percent of the total graduates.

As part of the launch of the center, LSPR also held a talk show titled "Encouraging Economic Growth in Indonesia through Creativepreneurship in the ASEAN Region."

The theme was discussed by Indonesian Ambassador to China and Mongolia Djauhari Oratmangun and Ambassador of the People's Republic of China to ASEAN Huang Xilian, with a keynote speech delivered by Director General of ASEAN Cooperation at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia Jose Tavares.

The launching of the study center and talk show were attended by Ambassador of Japan to ASEAN Kazuo Sunaga, Director of Community Affairs for the ASEAN Secretariat Lee Yoong Yoong, and Acting Chief of Mission for the US Mission ASEAN Peter Thorin.

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