Jakarta, Indonesia-- Vega Indonesia collaborated with Komisi Pengawas Persaingan Usaha (KPPU), the Business Competition Supervisory Commission, and Majelis Nasional Korps Alumni Himpunan Mahasiswa Islam (KAHMI), the Alumni Corps of the Muslim Students Association throughout Indonesia, to bring their business compliance event online to the masses.
The event provided information about the importance of healthy business competition and compliance and the role of state-owned enterprises to help create supportive and efficient business programs to support the national economy.
Vega Indonesia is the proud Technology Partner for KAHMI and provided the organisation and coordination of the equipment, including professional cameras and microphones, lighting, OBS system, and live-streaming platform via Zoom. Vega's team of professional AV support staff was also present on-site to assist throughout the event. Being an expert in AV and IT, Vega delivered a seamless event experience to both presenters, live attendees, and the 150 people who streamed the event virtually.
Vega Indonesia, Country Manager – Melvin Halpito said, "We're proud to support KAHMI and help them take their event online for the greater public," he said, "The restraints of the pandemic have meant businesses need to be more careful with large social functions; however, the technology we provide allows more people to attend virtually than ever before,"
In attendance during the event were Mr. Erick Tohir from the Minister of State-Owned Enterprises, Mr. Herman Khaeron, Member of Parliament Commission VI of the Industry and Trade, Mr. Kodrat Wibowo, Chairman of KPPU, Mr. Viva Yoga Mauladi, of Presidium Majelis Nasional KAHMI, Mr. Manimbang Kahariady, Secretary-General of KAHMI, Mr. Syarkawi Rauf, President Commissioner PTPN IX, Mr. Kurnia Toha, Commissioner KPPU RI, Mrs. Nicke Widyawati, President Director of Pertamina, and Mr. Melvin Halpito, Country Manager of Vega Indonesia.