The impact of the G20 will be felt more by those involved in the tourism and creative economy sector if we increase the number of side events.
Jakarta (ANTARA) – The Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy will unveil side events on tourism and creative economy during the 2022 Indonesian G20 to support the activities of the G20 Presidency in the country.
These side events are expected to have a broad impact on the population, as their execution involved industry players.
“The ministry is ready and actively contributing through a variety of events that support the G20,” Tourism and Creative Economy Minister Sandiaga Uno noted during a weekly press briefing here Monday through an official statement.
“The impact of the G20 will be felt more by those involved in the tourism and creative economy sector if we increase the number of side events,” he added.
The unveiling of the side events is scheduled to take place at the Indonesia Kempinski Hotel, here, on Wednesday, April 20, with two categories: substantive side events and non-substantive side events.
Substantive side events include programs related to Tourism Working Group issues.
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This includes the Asian Venture Philanthropy Network (AVPN) 2022 conference which is a meeting between Asian investors and resource providers from around the world to establish a strategic partnership and manage large-scale socio-economic challenges.
The APVN 2022 conference will be held for four days, June 21-24, 2022, at the Bali International Convention Center (BICC).
The second activity is the International Wellness Tourism Conference & Festival (IWTCF) which is an event to promote Indonesian destinations and wellness tourism products from August 5 to 7, 2022, in Solo, Central Java.
The latest event is the World Conference on the Creative Economy (WCCE) or a forum for collaboration between nations to raise awareness of the importance of creative economy industry strategy.
The forum will be held from October 5 to 7 at the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center (BNDCC).
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Meanwhile, the non-substantial category aims to promote Indonesia’s tourist destinations. In this case, the ministry offers an excursion and a before/after visit for the delegations of the Indonesian Presidency of the G20.
The ministry’s side events are organized to increase the number of delegations attending and participating in the main event and side events of Indonesia’s G20 Presidency, the minister explained.
Uno expects the side events of the G20 Presidency to become the impetus to revive the economy and create business opportunities and jobs as much as possible.
“I expect all stakeholders can help each other to make the side events and the road to Indonesia’s G20 Presidency a success,” he remarked.
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