Collaboration between Airlangga University and Cambridge University and the Surabaya City Government in the Ramadhan Village Festival in Asmaul Husna Village

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On March 30 2024, the Management Department of Airlangga University in collaboration with Cambridge University and the Surabaya City Government carried out the opening of the Ramadhan Village Festival in Asmaul Husna Village, Sawahan District, Surabaya City.
This activity was carried out in the context of increasing the business capacity of MSMEs.

This activity was carried out by Lecturers at the Management Department of Airlangga University, including Dr. Tri Swi Agustina, SE, M.Si., Dr. Tuwanku Aria Auliandri., SE, M.Sc., Noolaily Fitriarini, SE, M.BA., Febriana Wurjaningrum, SE, MT, and Zainul Musthofa, SM, M.BA. which includes management students to take part in these activities. This also aims to increase sales of MSME products owned by these students.

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The implementation of this activity began in the afternoon, where at the beginning the implementation was attended by the Mayor of Surabaya, represented by the Regional Secretary Dr. Ikhsan, S.Psi, MM, British Honorary Council, and Main Director of LPDB who were welcomed with hadrah and remo dance. Then, the activity continued with remarks and directions by the Representative of the Mayor of Surabaya and the British Honorary Council. Furthermore, there was a symbolic receipt of funds for cooperatives by the Main Director of LPDB to the KMJ Cooperative with funds of around IDR 250 billion accompanied by the Representative of the Mayor of Surabaya.

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After the symbolic opening, the activity continued with cutting the tumpeng and distributing 500 portions of meatballs to the bazaar participants involved. After that, it continued with the bazaar festival again.

This activity was carried out with great enthusiasm, this can be seen from the high level of community participation in carrying out the MSME bazaar at the Ramadhan Village Festival.

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