It can even penetrate more than IDR 5 million, you know!
Dreams – For some people, YouTube is considered an ordinary social media. But for this young man named Dimas, YouTube can be a source of inspiration to open a business. By opening a beverage business, Dimas can earn up to IDR 4 million per day.
Starting from Dimas’s desire to open a unique culinary business that has never existed in Indonesia, watermelon ice was born from India. After trying it, this iced snack turned out to be in demand by the public.
“We’re just looking for something weird, in Indonesia what doesn’t exist yet? We’re looking for it, most people ask for weird snacks. It’s like ice pong-pong, it’s delicious. I saw on YouTube Indian watermelon ice. Well, it’s not here in Indonesia yet. Give it a try,” said Dimas on the Jajan Ranger YouTube channel which was uploaded on Sunday, October 3, 2021.
In a day, Dimas can spend up to 50 watermelons as the basic ingredients for making Indian watermelon ice. “A day it can be 50 watermelons, if there are more (buyers) the watermelon can be even more,” he said.
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Grateful to be able to earn millions of rupiah per day
For the Indian watermelon ice menu, he divided it into two, namely special and regular. For the special, Dimas adds syrup and fresh milk, selling for Rp. 8,000. For the regular one, the price is cheaper, only Rp. 5 thousand.
Now Dimas has 4 branches and 1 partnership located in several areas in Jakarta, with a total of 15 employees for all branches.
Regarding income, Dimas feels grateful that he can earn as much as IDR 3 million to IDR 4 million per day. For weekends, his income can reach Rp. 5 million more per day.
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Can penetrate more than 5 million
“Alhamdulillah, on a normal day, the turnover can be Rp. 3 million to Rp. 4 million. On Saturdays and Sundays, we can get through to more than Rp. 5 million,” said Dimas.
In the future, Dimas wants to have Indian watermelon ice branches throughout the Jabodetabek area, and in the near future he will launch a new menu called Ice watermelon Nano, but he is reluctant to reveal it to the public.
“Just wait for the release later,” said Dimas with a smile.
Source: YouTube/Snack Ranger
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Not graduating from high school, Djoko Susanto is now Indonesia’s richest person, his wealth is IDR 33 trillion
Dreams – The founder of Alfamart, Djoko Susanto, whose birth name is Kwok Kwie Fo, continues to stay on the list of Indonesia’s 50 richest people. In Forbes magazine, Djoko Susanto’s wealth reached USD 2.3 billion or equivalent to Rp. 32.7 trillion on October 8, 2021.
Behind his success as the boss of Alfamart, Djoko apparently had to drop out of school and did not graduate from high school / high school education. Quoted from various sources, Djoko is the sixth child of 10 siblings.
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At the age of 17, he has started to help manage his parents’ business, namely a kiosk that sells food ingredients and cigarettes at the Arjuna Traditional Market, Jakarta. This kiosk is named Sumber Bahagia.
Djoko’s success in managing a food and cigarette kiosk has attracted the attention of the owner of the largest tobacco and clove cigarette company in Indonesia, namely Putera Sampoerna.
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Opened in early 1980
Djoko first met the third generation of the Sampoerna family in early 1980. They agreed to open a kiosk in 1985. A total of 15 kiosks were opened in 1989, which are located in Jakarta.
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Then on August 27, 1989, a shop called Alfa Toko Gudang Rabat was born, which has a mini supermarket concept. Then in 1994, Alfa Minimart was established, hereinafter known as Alfamart.
The name Alfa was chosen by Djoko and Putera because this name is a neutral name and is not related to their names.
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2007 there is Alfamidi
The collaboration between Djoko Susanto and Putera Sampoerna ended in 2005 when Sampoerna sold its tobacco business and subsidiaries (including Sampoerna’s 70 percent stake in Alfamart) to Philip Moris Internasional.
Philip, who is not interested in the retail business, sold the shares to Djoko and Northstar. In 2010 Djoko bought Northstar so that he owns 65 percent of the company’s shares.
In 2007, Djoko also founded Alfamidi.
However, in the middle of the journey, Alfa Supermarket had to be sold to Carrefour because of the unsatisfactory turnover. Now Djoko is still focused on the retail business which has now made him one of the richest people in Indonesia.