Yes! It's definitely something totally new here. The collaboration between CIMB Niaga, JCB, and Indosat to launch a new kind of credit card called CIMB Niaga Indosat Ooredoo Card. This was definitely a different experience and new opportunity for us to be able to attend this exclusive event!
CIMB Niaga Indosat Ooredo Card is a credit card with a JCB Platinum principle made to fulfill the demands of Indosat Ooredoo and CIMB Niaga users that has been shifting into the digital era. This collaboration is directed to the millennial, whose lifestyle is all about efficiency and heading more into the 'cashless' world making opportunities for credit cards to rise up.
The event itself was pretty entertaining. There were a lot of performance from young talented people and it's definitely clear that the segment they're trying to grab are young millennial communities.
Seconds to the completion of this new credit card's launching! Let's press play and find out what are the benefits, read on!
Here are the important people of the 3 collaborating brands! The Director Consumer Banking of CIMB Niaga, Lani Darmawan, Chief Business Officer of Indosat Ooredoo, Herfini Haryono, and President Director of PT JCB International Indonesia, Koichiro Wada.
One of the benefits of this credit card is a 2GB internet bonus per month for Indosat Ooredoo numbers that are registered in CIMB Niaga Indosat Ooredoo Card with a minimum transaction of IDR 800K per period. There are also other privileges that can be used in various merchants like restaurants, travel agents, and e-commerce, which are the most interesting for millennials.
We also got to see Wendy Marc and Erica Putri as they are the special guests.
Wendy gave us a wonderful performance! I don't really know if the song he sang is his own song or just a cover but his voice is definitely beautiful!
And that ends this exclusive event! The shifting of digital era and this millennial stuffs are definitely opening a lot of business opportunities and nowadays but there are lots of downsides as well. What do you think? Do you think prefer traditional ways or digital?