Improve Digital HR, Blibli Holds BOLD 2

COMMITTED to providing a satisfying shopping ecosystem experience, human resource talent is one of the keys to business sustainability. Continuing efforts to provide a sustainable learning environment, Blibli held a virtual Bliblioneers Learning Day (BOLD) 2 on February 25, 2022.

In the second year of its implementation, the learning festival entitled “Beyond All Limits” summarizes Blibli’s real commitment to ensuring and supporting the self-development of all Blibli employees, including apprentices and outsourcing workers to swiftly face the challenges of a highly competitive and fast-growing digital economy.

Executive Vice President People Operations and General Services Blibli Sandra Kurniawan said, “We know that currently, the e-commerce industry contributes 34 percent to the development of the digital economy. Departing from this, Blibli is committed to preparing Bliblioneers to face challenges and contribute to advancing Indonesia’s digital economy.

In the BOLD 2 program, Bliblioneers are given equal opportunities to learn the latest hard skills and soft skills from qualified speakers and experts in their fields.

“We hope that more future leaders and the best mentors in their fields will be born who will be the engine of driving our business sustainability,” he said in a written statement.

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BOLD 2 is present in five segments, namely business, leadership, operations, technology, and self-development. According to data released by the World Bank, currently Indonesia is declared a labor deficit in the digital sector of 600,000 annually, this festival is expected to encourage the birth of talents with competitive qualities to contribute more to the digital economy sector.

This time, BOLD presented 17 competent speakers from within and outside the country, ranging from industry leaders, policy makers to celebrities. Among them are the author of The Values ​​Compass Mandeep Kaur Rai, senior researcher in the Astrazeneca Vaccine Development program at Oxford University Carine Joe, Academic Director of the Oxford Institute of Retail Management Jonathan Reynolds, former Minister of Mines Kuntoro Mangkusubroto, Shriganesh and Patriush Singh from Quinbay, and a duet of Erwin Parengkuan and Becky Tumewu from Talkinc.

Sandra explained, founded in 2011, Blibli’s technology and business ecosystem continues to grow until now, covering the business to consumer (B2C), business to business (B2B), business to business to consumer (B2B2C) and business to government (B2G) sectors.

Currently Blibli has more than 1600 employees spread across several cities in Indonesia, Greater Jakarta, Bandung, Semarang, Solo, Jogjakarta, Surabaya, Bali, Makassar and Medan.

“As a trusted e-commerce company in Indonesia, Blibli will continue to improve the ability of Bliblioneers who are dominated by young people to always be competent and at the forefront in providing Customer Satisfaction First,” concluded Sandra. (RO/OL-7)