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Deputy III of the Presidential Chief of Staff (KSP) Panutan S. Sulendrakusuma said the government was trying to continue to encourage increased supervision of textile products through Indonesian language labels, SNI labels and certificates of origin (SKA) documents. According to him, this aims to support the development of the domestic textile industry. "KSP continues to strengthen coordination and synergy between Ministries and Institutions in increasing supervision of imported textile products, including the possibility to strengthen existing regulations," Panutan said as quoted by KSP press release, Tuesday (17/5/2022).

MC Texstyle, a textile company in Jakarta, has its own way of marketing its products and facilitating transactions. They use digital platforms, from Instagram, Tiktok, Facebook, YouTube, to websites. All of these digital platforms are deliberately entered as an effort to approach potential consumers. Manav Chainani, as the owner of MC Texstyle explained, MC Texstyle is indeed targeting the online market in the sales process. This is done because MC Texstyle wants to offer convenience in transactions. “MC Texstyle offers convenience in shopping for fabrics, all transaction processes can be done only from home. Most of our customers are clothing line and convection brands from all over Indonesia who have limited time to come shopping for materials. This is the background for using digital in transactions at MC Texstyle," Manav Chainani said in his statement, Tuesday (17/5/2022).

 

The Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy or the Tourism and Creative Economy Agency (Kemenparekraf/Baparekraf) encourages the potential for golf sports tourism to collaborate with fashion entrepreneurs in the creative economy to create business opportunities and employment opportunities. The Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy/Head of the Tourism and Creative Economy Agency, Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno, explained that golf is a major part of sport tourism or sports-based tourism, especially in the midst of a pandemic, the demand for which is actually increasing. For this reason, the existing potential must be utilized properly, especially in the fashion sub-sector.