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How Do They Survive? Study On Small Businesses Survive Covid-19 In Semarang Aryan Eka Prastya Nugraha; Dwi Prastyo Hadi; Valdyan Drifanda
Jurnal Manajemen Indonesia Vol 21 No 3 (2021): Jurnal Manajemen Indonesia
Publisher : Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis, Telkom University.

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25124/jmi.v21i3.3045


The purpose of this study is to analyze the factors that push small businesses to survive during the Covid-19 pandemic and the factors that influence it. The method used in this research is the Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA) uses PLS-SEM with a moderating effect. A total of 162 small-scale business units in Semarang participated in this research by filling the online research instrument. The result of this study indicates that Business Performance, Government Policy, and Stress processes have a positive influence on Business Resilience. The process of maintaining a business is weakened by the characteristics of a business vulnerability that will continue to overshadow the owners to keep the business. It is hoped that small business owners in Semarang could improve business performance by expanding market orientation by producing goods that are at lower prices with the same quality and possibly reducing quantity. Input Materials must switch to using local raw materials even though the price is quite high compared to those that often used imported raw materials to continue to meet the basic needs of the community, such as in the grocery / wholesale business. As for small businesses to be able to survive, the government's participation amidst the threat of recession at this moment should come with more flexible policies, one of them is making policies on integration between SMEs that can be interconnected with one another to keep the demand and supply on the run. Besides, business owners must be able to do a variety of ways related to resource management that can do from the investment of resources and, most importantly, ready to prevent excessive loss of resources. Keywords—business resilience; small business; covid-19
Pemberdayaan Masyarakat Desa Jungsemi di Masa Pandemi Covid 19 Melalui Pelatihan Pembuatan Hand Sanitizer dan Pelindung Wajah Rosalina Ginting; Maftukin Huda; Valdyan Drifanda; Arief Rakhman Affandi
IJECS: Indonesian Journal of Empowerment and Community Services Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
Publisher : Universitas Veteran Bangun Nusantara

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32585/ijecs.v1i1.780


Pada masa pandemi virus corona terjadi beberapa perubahan kondisi sosial dan ekonomi masyarakat. Pembatasan sosial pada beberapa kegiatan perlu dilakukan untuk mencegah menyebarnya virus corona ini. Pola adaptasi baru dengan melakukan perilaku sehat, seperti mencuci tangan dengan sabun, menghindari kerumunan massa, atau menggunakan masker atau pelindung wajah, merupakan cara yang cukup efektif untuk  mencegah penularan virus corona. Penggunaan hand sanitizer diharapkan dapat meminimalisasi penularan virus kepada orang lain Ketika tidak tersedia fasilitas cuci tangan pada suatu tempat. Selain itu, produk hand sanitizer juga bisa dikatakan cukup praktis dalam penggunaannya karena dapat dibawa dengan mudah. Berdasarkan alasan tersebut, tim PPDM bekerja sama dengan Satuan Tugas Covid 19 dan Laboratorium pendiikan Biologi Universitas PGRI Semarang untuk memberikan pelatiha pembuatan hand sanitizer an pelindung wajah bagi warga Desa Jungsemi. Pelatihan pembuatan hand sanitizer dan pelindung wajah ini bertujuan melatih warga desa agar dapat memanfaatkan potensi usaha ini di masa pandemi. Selain itu, juga bertujuan untuk memberikan sosialisasi kepada masyarakat mengenai perilaku sehat yang nantinya menjadi pola adaptasi baru di masa pandemi ini.
JURNAL CEMERLANG : Pengabdian pada Masyarakat Vol 3 No 2 (2021): JURNAL CEMERLANG: Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat
Publisher : LP4MK STKIP PGRI Lubuklinggau

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31540/jpm.v3i2.1088


Jungsemi Village is one of the villages located in Kangkung District, Kendal Regency, Central Java which has resource potential, especially agricultural products in the form of corn. The Community Service Team from the University of PGRI Semarang strives to empower the potential in the village through training activities for making semprong made from corn flour produced by local communities, as well as simple product packaging training and followed by online marketing training activities using applications and media social. This activity was attended by community partners, namely PKK Jungsemi Village women for several stages. The results of the activity showed that there was an increase in the skills of the partner community of more than 80% based on the survey results and the community was considered very enthusiastic in participating in this activity. To support the sustainability of this program, the service team continues to monitor and evaluate post-service activities by monitoring partner activities.