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Impact Report: Public Private Partnership by Youth Yogyakarta (Jan 2020)

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Impact Report: Public Private Partnership by Youth Yogyakarta (Jan 2020)

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The Impact Report of Public Private Partnership by Youth Yogyakarta (Jan 2020) is prepared by Future City Summit and Good City Foundation as part of the development program series "Public Private Partnership by Youth", hosted together with City Government of Yogyakarta Mayor Office, DIY Academy and Foundation and Indonesia's largest startup accelerator, Block71.

The Impact Report of Public Private Partnership by Youth Yogyakarta (Jan 2020) is prepared by Future City Summit and Good City Foundation as part of the development program series "Public Private Partnership by Youth", hosted together with City Government of Yogyakarta Mayor Office, DIY Academy and Foundation and Indonesia's largest startup accelerator, Block71.

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  1. 1. PPP BY YOGYAKARTA | 1
  2. 2. PPP BY YOGYAKARTA | 2 Table of Content
  3. 3. PPP BY YOGYAKARTA | 3 Shadman Sadab Reni Wahyuni Ike Lestari Wahyu Taufiq Hadiansyah Aktsar
  4. 4. PPP BY YOGYAKARTA | 4 Good City Foundation (formerly, Future City Summit Ltd.) has always worked for fostering growth of the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Emerging Cities across regions. We came here in Yogyakarta with our signature development program Public-Private Partnership by Youth to explore the future of co-living, co-working and the future of workforce. Greatly inspired by the high entrepreneurial spirit of the city and the young population, together with DIY Academy, Block 71 Yogyakarta and other stakeholders, we are working on setting stronger footprintinthecity,workcloselywiththelocalgovernment for the development of Yogyakarta as a smart city and the development of local startups. Bringing all related stakeholders in one forum with the goals to solve social problems is definitely not an easy job to do especially when involving so many interests across nations. However, the folks from Future City Summit in Public Private Partnership can pull through it nicely in quite a short period of time! Solving the social problems are of course not an easy job to do, and it requires a lot of people that will willingly collaborate to achieve communal goals. Thus, the initiatives have to be carried on to make PPP one of the platforms that connect government agencies, private companies, and the citizens to have a constructive dialogue to solve social problems. From there, I hope it can allow the innovation to grow organically to serve as a real solution to answer the problems that are being addressed and to give access to even more stakeholders to contribute. Director, Good City Foundation Community Manager of BLOCK71 Yogyakarta Shadman Sadab Reni Wahyuni Ike Lestari
  5. 5. PPP BY YOGYAKARTA | 5 FutureCitySummit(FCS)hasbeenabridgeforlocaland international collaboration. Together with FCS We as DIY team believe that we can grow together and achieve more good things in the local and international level. Our vision is aligned where we would like to empower more people and stakeholders within the emerging market and developing countries to be a better place to live in for their people. FutureCitySummitisaforumthatbringstogetheryoung people, communities, governments and policymakers as well as private sectors to discuss current global issues related to sustainable urban planning. Yogyakarta as one of the hubs of education as well as a tourism city in Indonesia has enormous potential in terms of human resources. Youth and students are the main assets in realizing the welfare of a Nation and Future City Summit is here to connect, facilitate, support and nurture young people together with all the network and stakeholders to realize Yogyakarta as a smart city, not only in terms of physical facilities but also in building ecosystems, communities and human resources who are smart and capable to compete globally in Industrialization 4.0 era. Founder, DIY Academy Regional Manager of DIY Academy & Foundation Wahyu Taufiq Hadiansyah Aktsar
  6. 6. PPP BY YOGYAKARTA | 6 Good City Foundation Public Private Partnership By Youth
  7. 7. PPP BY YOGYAKARTA | 7 Good City Foundation Good City Foundation is a non-profit non-governmental multilateral development organisation basing in Hong Kong founded in 2016 with the Global Partnership SeedFundofTheUniversityofHongKong.TheFoundation visions a resilient, sustainable and regenerative urban economy, with the missions of fostering partnership among the young leaders in the public and private sector. In 2019, the Foundation was named upon 4 years of impact as “Future City Summit” (“FCS”). The Foundation devises development program series “Public Private Partnership by Youth” with stakeholders including SBYA Global, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Asian Development Bank and corporates such as KPMG. The Foundation annually hosts Annual Meet in Hong Kong to accommodate 200 stakeholders and guests from 24 countries from Asia, Africa and Europe, through which Emerging Future Cities Network is established for industry specific and geo-socio-politics specific development. GOOD CITY FOUNDATION
  8. 8. PPP BY YOGYAKARTA | 8 Public Private Partnership by Youth Why Yogyakarta? The Public Private Partnership by Youth(“PPP by Youth”) initiates a series of programs taking place in designated emerging future cities through the collaboration of local government and Future City Summit. The initiative missions to address local needs through emerging young leaders from sectors and followed with funded implementation and capacity building programs by advisors of Future City Summit organization. Yogyakarta was chosen to be one of four priority tourist destinations of the Joko Widodo’s Government where designing skill development and business incubation program for young entrepreneurs in creative industries are needed to compete in the global market. PPP BY YOUTH As a city of universities and hub of education, Yogyakarta has more than 125 universities and hundreds of thousands of students to be trained and guided to enter the labour market in Industrialization 4.0 Yogyakarta is the choice of the national start-up industry where the city has been the birthplace of more than 200 startups in the last seven years. 1 3 2 4
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  10. 10. PPP BY YOGYAKARTA | 10 This program will facilitate participants to meet the experts, government officials, entrepreneurs and private sector leaders to develop strategies to prepare for future workforce that is in line with economic reform. Future Workforce in the Face of Economic Transformation Future-ready workforce and good ecosystem for entrepreneurship can foster economic transformation and eradicate unemployment. The program will explore how emerging young people driven cities like Yogyakarta can become workforce hub for the world and change the local economic landscape. Eradicating Unemployment through Entrepreneurship Future of Smart City and Urban Living As fundamental support to foster entrepreneurship and facilitating the growth of future workforce, co-living spaces and co-working spaces play a big role. The program will focus on making working and living spaces will be more affordable for the future entrepreneurs.
  11. 11. PPP BY YOGYAKARTA | 11 Keynote speech/Fireside Chat Panel Discussions Design jam/Problem-Solving Activities Private meetings
  12. 12. PPP BY YOGYAKARTA | 12 KEYNOTE SPEECHES Based on research, 65 percent of elementary school students currently, later they will work the jobs that do not currently exist. The impact of the Industrial Revolution 4.0 will eliminate some types of work, because it was replaced by a computerized or digitalized system. In order to deal with the Industrial Revolution 4.0, educators are required to be able to send students who continue to be human learners (long life learners). The pattern of education in the past, is now becoming less relevant to be applied to the current generation which is directly applied to the Industrial Revolution 4.0. Program activities in school and outside the school are expected to be able to contain the competencies needed by millennials to be ready for a competitive future by forming millennials who are not only intelligent, but must have good character and stick to the traditions and cultures they have. The Importance of Character Education as a Solution to the Challenges of the Industrial Revolution Era 4.0 Drs. Arief Hidayat Head of Licencing and Investment Department Yogyakarta Special Region
  13. 13. PPP BY YOGYAKARTA | 13 Along with global developments that demand the needs of Smart City, the Government of Yogyakarta has taken various strategic steps to realize the implementation of a smart city concept not only as a form of prestige but to provide benefits and convenience to public services as well as efforts to educate people by synergizing socio-cultural aspects in Yogyakarta. Yogyakarta City Government Strategic Plan in Realizing High Quality And Sustainable Smart City Drs. Heroe Poerwadi Deputy Mayor of Yogyakarta City
  14. 14. PPP BY YOGYAKARTA | 14 Special Sharing Eradicating Unemployment through Co-Living and Co-Working The Indonesian economy requires acceleration as an effort to compete in a dynamic global industry. Economic policies and synergy between various stakeholders are needed to foster innovation and entrepreneurship that is initiated by the younger generation so that it can be realized immediately without colliding with some rules and bureaucracy. The birth of small and medium enterprises and other innovations launched by the younger generation are expected to be able to grow the pace of the Indonesian economy. Co-Working and Co-Living environment is urgently needed to facilitate the needs of young entrepreneurs, startup communities and potential investors to align their mission and widen the network in a good and representative space. Yogyakarta as hub of education has a strategic value to connect and collaborate any stakeholders in order to empower the future workforce that eventually eradicate unemployment rate in the future. Prof. Richard Hsu Co-Founder of PAN-Asia Network
  15. 15. PPP BY YOGYAKARTA | 15 Panel Discussion 1: Future Ready Tourism Strategy for Yogyakarta 2025 and Beyond How shall we redefine the meanings and values of tourism in a city? How will the tourism industry be like coming in 5-10 years? How to harmonize the concept of sustainable tourism between the government and business people? This discussion will involve business doers, private sectors and the Government representatives to link the needs of each party in realizing sustainable tourism for the future as well as involving young generations to align the market needs and current technology. Yogyakarta has been chosen as one of the four priority tourist destinations in Indonesia from the Joko Widodo’s Government. With the construction of several integrated tourism facilities in Yogyakarta, it is hoped that foreign tourists who come to Yogyakarta will not only stop for holidays, but will also be actively involved in creative industries, socio-cultural projects or voluntary activities that will later contribute to human empowerment through co-working and co-living environment so that Yogyakarta will be one of the educational tourism destinations in Indonesia. Bisma Jatmika Tisnasasmita Director of Tourism Industry & Tourism Institutions Borobudur Authority Board Edy Sugiharto Head of Attraction and Economy Creative Tourism Department of Yogyakarta City PANEL DISCUSSION
  16. 16. PPP BY YOGYAKARTA | 16 Panel Discussion 2: Youth, Technology and Entrepreneurship: What Can be Used for Industrialization 4.0? The potential of the Indonesian nation to become a producer in the IT field in particular is huge. However, this potential is still not much explored and many young Indonesians are still reluctant to enter the startup world, one of them for fear of failure. The emergence of successful local startups, such as Go-Jek, HijUp, Tokopedia, and Bukalapak shows that Indonesia is able to become a producer at home and is able to provide solutions related to the problems of the Indonesian people through an IT based approach. Vladimir Bataev Advisor for Smart Cities Asia Mr. Abri Eko Noerjanto Head of International Partnership Ministry of Youth and Sport Yogyakarta City Intan Wierma Putri Chief of Program of Chapter W Yogyakarta City Ir. Tony Seno Hartono Adjunct Researcher of Center for Digital Society Gadjah Mada University Yogyakarta City So, what are the things that need to be prepared by young people to be able to utilize the existing skills and technology to be able to compete in the startup industry and entrepreneurship? This panel discussion will involve young startup innovators, incubators and Government representatives to work together in utilizing Human Resources and technology.
  17. 17. PPP BY YOGYAKARTA | 17 Panel Discussion 3: Co-Working Space: Optimization to Support Startup Productivity & Student Housing in Yogyakarta Yogyakarta has quite a lot of co-working spaces scattered in various regions. Co-working space is currently in great demand mainly by freelancers, students or startups in Yogyakarta. However, among the many coworking spaces that are available in Yogyakarta, there have been no new breakthroughs and strategic projects to optimize productivity among business owners and business partners to accelerate economic growth while expanding their network. This panel discussion will discuss coworking business strategies that are widely available in Yogyakarta as well as to unite and collaborate with each other in creating productivity and innovative solutions on how to make working and living spaces will be affordable for young entrepreneurs in Yogyakarta. Sultoni Akbar Co-Founder of Ekologi; Owner Balakosa Coffee and Co Lukkie Putranto Founder & Principal of LP Studio; Founder of Lupa Pulang Calvin Chua Founder of Spatial Anatomy Wahyu Taufiq Founder of DIY Academy & Foundation
  18. 18. PPP BY YOGYAKARTA | 18 Panel Discussion 4 Future Smart City and Urban Living As a hub of universities as well as one of the most famous tourism destinations in Java, Yogyakarta has strategic opportunities to bring together the young generation, private sectors, entrepreneurs and Government officials in facilitating the realization of Yogyakarta Smart City project. This panel discussion will discuss how young people contribute in supporting Yogyakarta Smart City project as one of the priorities of the Yogyakarta City Government to create this city to make it more comfortable to live in, so that tourists can stay longer in Yogyakarta. This would certainly be one of the economic drivers and welfare for the people of Yogyakarta. Precious Silva Chief Strategy Officer of PearlPay Ignatius Trihastono Head of Department Information & Communication Yogyakarta City Ardhyasa Fabrian Gusma, S.T, M.Sc Principal Architect of PT Tripatra
  19. 19. PPP BY YOGYAKARTA | 19 Program outcomes and next steps Establishment of physical base of DIY Academy. Development of online education platform by DIY Academy. Project pipeline from the mayor’s office of Yogyakarta. Exploring opportunities in Mohammadiyah and Aisiyah community. Leveraging the program in the city to collaborate with the universities. Pipelines with the Block 71 in Yogyakarta and Block 71 Globally. Connecting Garuda fund to DIY Academy. 1 7 6 5 2 3 4
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  23. 23. PPP BY YOGYAKARTA | 23 Good City Foundation HQ Room 1504, Righteous Centre, Nathan Road, Koqloon, Hong Kong SAR Future City Summit @ future.city.summit medium.com/@futurecitysummit

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