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Around 72 people, who participate in the OK OCE program, received capital aid through a credit scheme from PT Bank DKI.
" I want to focus on developing 200,000 new entrepreneurs in Jakarta in the next five year,"
Jakarta Deputy Governor, Sandiaga Uno expressed, access to capital is included in the seventh stage (P7) for OK OCE participants.
"Today is incredible, thankful. This day is very historic for me, as the economic prosperity in Jakarta into a new page," he stated, after attending the Credit Agreement Signing to OK OCE Participants Massively, at the Cempaka Putih Sub-district office, Central Jakarta, Monday (4/23).
According to him, those 72 participants are pioneers who will carry the success milestone flag of OK OCE.
"I want to focus on developing 200,000 new entrepreneurs in Jakarta in the next five year," he stressed.
He explained, PT Bank DKI delivers mass credit to the coaching beginner micro, small and medium enterprises (UMKM) under OK OCE with maximum credit limit per debtor by Rp 10 million and interest by 7 percent.
"After six months, if it is good, it can top up again or the loan can be increased," he told.
PT Bank DKI also provides cash pickup service with mobile collection. It is to provide convenience, as each paid installment will have a valid receipt and recorded on the system at Bank DKI.
"This is free to get daily cash pick up. It is taken by Bank DKI, and its installment is picked up, free of charge, no hassle, no need to come to the bank, there is a relationship officer or transfer via JakOne Mobile," he expressed.
PT Bank DKI President Director, Kresno Sediarsi stated, this loan disbursement is a form of positive synergy with OK OCE as an effort to expand credit distribution to UMKM actors.
"They will receive Monas Beginning credit facility. This is a solution for those who start to take a business," he told.
As for the information, they need to undergo seven successive stages (7 PASs). They are P1 (registration), P2 (training), P3 (assistance), P4 (permit), P5 (marketing), P6 (financial reporting), and P7 (capital).