Bachelor of Business: Millennial Works Festival 

Synergy Solutif is a student business collaboration movement that holds a webinar and donation program that lasts 9 days. The solution synergy team consists of 13 people, namely Sultan Firmansyah SB 54 and Satrio Wicaksono SB 55 as the founder, Fathwanurillah Dwi A SB 55, Cahyania Nursyabani SB 55, Nahla Ridhona RP SB 55, Hanna Fadhila F SB 55, Aninda Putri SB 55, 4 people from other faculties, 1 person from the Vocational School, and 1 person from the University of Indonesia FIB.

The webinar that was organized by Synergy Solutif was named Karya Millennial Festival. Karya Millennial Festival presents 10 cool speakers through zoom and live streaming on the IPB Business School youtube channel. This series of webinars was held on 9-17 May 2020. The following is a list of speakers for the Millennial Works Festival:

  1.  Fadlan Muzakki (World PPI Coordinator), on May 9, 2020
  2. Klemens B. Rahardja (Founder of The Entrepreneur Society), on May 10, 2020
  3. Dr. Tirta (Founder Shoes & Care), on 10 May 2020
  4. Kiki Aulia Ucup (Director of Synchronize Festival Program), on 11 May 2020
  5. Jamil Azzaini (CEO of Kubik Leadership), on 13 May 2020
  6. Safhira Alfarisi (Founder & President of 10.000 Scholarships) ), on May 14 2020
  7. Soleh Hidayat (Chief Waqf Officer of Rumah Zakat), on May 15 2020
  8. Motulz Anto (CEO Kreavi), on May 16 2020
  9. Citra Natasya (Founder House of Perempuan), on May 17, 2020
  10. Prof. Dr. Ir. Noer Azam Achsani, MS (Dean of IPB’s Business School), on May 17, 2020

The success of the Millennial Festival’s work is not without the support of the Business School which has provided access to the IPB Business School zoom and youtube channel. Until the end of the series, there were 558 participants who had participated in the Millennial Karya Festival and the total donations that had been collected were around Rp.6,610,910. This donation will be distributed through Zakat Houses in the three areas in Java in the form of PPE which will be distributed to referral hospitals and food packages that will be given to households affected by Covid-19. This activity is carried out with the hope of being able to work again at a later date to continue to spread benefits to the wider community.