The Indonesian Tourism Minister, Sandiaga Uno, has invited entrepreneurs and professionals from Indonesia to work from Bali to help recover the tourism sector and boost economic activity on the island.
After recently setting up an office in Bali, The Tourism Minister is focusing on recovery strategies while gaining insight from affected business owners.
During an interview on Friday (29/1), Sandiaga Uno said he is currently preparing a program with benefits to attract business engagement to the island.
“I invite entrepreneurs and professionals to start considering working from Bali. There are two functions, the first is that we can become more efficient and enjoy the natural beauty of the island. And second, we can help the tourism sector and creative economy in Bali.” said Sandiaga Uno.
Sandiaga Uno hopes to restore motivation and hope to the people of Bali by finding short and long-term solutions to recover from the economic crisis.
“I’ve discussed this program with the Bali provincial government to prepare work packages, and perhaps even study packages, in Bali so we could begin promotion in the near future.” Sandiaga concluded.
He also plans to offer opportunities to expats who have been working in Jakarta to relocate to Bali. He assured that health and safety protocols will be prioritized during this program. Sandiaga Uno hopes that this program will help the people of Bali as 80 percent of them are dependent on the tourism sector.
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