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ICraft 2022 showcases innovative handicrafts and lifestyle products

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Interior and Craft (ICraft) 2022 returned again this year and took place from April 13-17 at the Cendrawasih Room, Jakarta Convention Center (JCC). This 20th edition of the exhibition delivered the theme of Indonesian crafts in the digital economy era and featured 123 booths attended by participants including innovative and creative designers, and craftsmen from various regions in Indonesia.

As a promising market for craft and lifestyle products, Indonesia is the fourth largest market in the world for various foreign products, through traditional trading systems and e-commerce. The purpose of the exhibition is to seize the momentum for the revival of Indonesian handicrafts in the digital economy era as Indonesian Batik continues to receive world recognition.

The event is expected to be the locomotive that will pull Indonesian crafts into the global market, in line with the government’s efforts to support the Proud of Indonesian-made National Movement (GBBI).

 

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