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Bringing inclusivity into the creative industry

Josa Lukman
Josa Lukman

The Jakarta Post

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Jakarta  /  Thu, November 14, 2019  /  03:27 pm
Bringing inclusivity into the creative industry

Making it: Chintia Rahmadhanti (left) is one of the fashion designers who collaborates with Specialpreneur, an enterprise that accommodates people with disabilities to sell their crafts. (Specialpreneur/-)

Most people believe that profit margin is the most important thing for a business because, after all, making money is always the prime objective. A number of entrepreneurs, however, believe that even if their main goal is to sell products and services, they do not have to lose their sense of humanity as well. For these entrepreneurs, inclusivity is also an important concept, in that everyone deserves to be on the same table and empower themselves. One of these entrepreneurs is Queenrides chief executive officer (CEO) Iim Fahima. Queenrides CEO Iim Fahima. (Specialpreneur/-) When talking about entrepreneurship, Iim said the most important capital needed was not money but ideas. “So far, I have built seven companies, and none of them started with money, but ideas. These ideas come from our own lives; the more problems there are, the more opportunity that we have,&rdquo...