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Business background
In the construction of Competency facilities/media, the concept of community empowerment is used to make the community the main actor in the process of planning, development, operation and maintenance of Communal Competency facilities/media, with the aim that the facilities/media built can provide sustainable benefits. The concept uses the principles of development of educational materials, personal educators, and educational institutions such as: informed choice as the basis for a needs-responsive approach, competence is a social and economic object, environmentally sound development, active community role, and the application of cost recovery principles.

What do is a platform where education service actors gather and can offer to customers even without physically meeting them. is to provide a platform where service providers and service users meet, where service users can see what products are offered. The platform in the marketplace can be in the form of a website. All marketplace operations, including website management to payment methods, are facilitated by The basic concept of is actually more or less the same as conventional education. Where is not responsible for the services offered. This is because the task of is only to provide a place for service providers who want to do business and service users who are looking for educational / competency services with easy and fast transactions. If the service user is interested in using the service, the transaction will be arranged/facilitated by, from the start of payment, to the process of operating the service.

Expertise has affiliations with several online education services or mentors in the fields of language, basic and general knowledge
Educational advice forum affiliates are also available as an easy way to achieve competence through field experience.

Area of clients serve basically serves the global market area. However, because is based in Indonesia, more efforts will be made.

Contact information 
Email: or contact form at website
Phone: if you need you can ask by email first, what you need 
Company address
Jl. Jenderal Sudirman Kav. 29-31, WTC5 Lantai 3A, Jakarta, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta, 12920, Indonesia
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