CILEGON. In general, a microenterprise is considered a small business employing 10 people or less, and has a capital asset of less than PhP 3,000,000. Internationally, most microenterprises are family businesses employing one or two persons.
These micro entrepreneurs operate microenterprises by choice. Most microenterprise owners are primarily interested in earning a living to support themselves and their families. They only grow the business when something in their lives changes and they need to generate a larger income.
Generating 1000 new successful micro entrepreneurs in Indonesia is one of RZ’s goals. Therefore, RZ attempts to upgrade and support the development of micro entrepreneurs’ skills through regular entrepreneurship training.
In the training, RZ invites participants to integrate their perception, visions, and missions. Friday (10/4), RZ presented a motivator and a successful entrepreneur, Aan Sufandi, to inspire and motivate 8 micro entrepreneurs in Cilegon.
In this session he had a chance to share his experiences as an entrepreneur and motivate the audiences. ”Each member must have a successful entrepreneur’s intellectual and spirit. They must be brave, optimistic, and never give up if fail,” Aan said. ***