The Agility, Adaptation, And Business Optimization, Normal Era For Entrepreneur In Indonesia

  • Erlina Puspitaloka Mahadewi Universitas Esa Unggul, Jakarta Indonesia
  • Dihin Septyanto Universitas Esa Unggul, Jakarta Indonesia
  • Mohamad Reza Hilmy Universitas Esa Unggul, Jakarta Indonesia
  • Fachmi Tamzil Universitas Esa Unggul, Jakarta Indonesia
Keywords: Adaptation, agility, business optimization, small medium business and new era.


The present study reports the first comprehensive study about agility, adaptation, and rebuilt the business
in new era after covid-19 in Indonesia. Business resilience is very important to achieve the rise of Micro,
Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs), because of their important role in the national economy. Most
business organizations in Indonesia have experienced disruption caused by the covid-19 pandemic, not a
few have ended up bankrupt and unable to survive. Businessmen as well as marketers need to manage
marketing activities that are adaptive and flexible according to the potential of MSMEs through agile
marketing. This research aims to formulate a framework for business revival during and after a crisis like
covid-19. This research is expected to provide insights into effective marketing division procedures for
business organizations in dealing with business disruptions. A qualitative descriptive approach was used in
this study to obtain an overview of the situation experienced by SMEs. Data collection methods used by
way of interviews, observation, and documentation, by using purposive sampling method in selecting
research sources. Methods of source triangulation and technique triangulation were used in this study to
ensure data validation. The data sources for this research are five MSME actors (owners). The results of
this study indicate that agile, adaptation, optimization of company business and marketing can be used as
solutions to deal with business disruptions in the new normal era. It is hoped in the future that MSMEs can
restore their business conditions slowly and be able to revive after the pandemic


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How to Cite
Puspitaloka Mahadewi, E., Septyanto, D., Reza Hilmy, M., & Tamzil, F. (2023). The Agility, Adaptation, And Business Optimization, Normal Era For Entrepreneur In Indonesia. International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, 4(1), 85-91.