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The CEO of the Ngalup Collaborative Network, Andina Paramitha, is quite concerned with the potential and resources of Malang City.

The focus of this collaborative network is not on technology or creativity, but Ngalup plays a role as an ecosystem builder. Ngalup itself is a place to bring together the helixes. Andina admits that in Malang City, all the roles of pentahelix are interrelated and are active in forming and implementing ideas in creative businesses. How does the government support newly developing communities, or communities that need training facilities for their members, and there are still many related pentahelix activities within. But you need to know that there are various kinds of ties between stakeholders.


The triple-helix, which consists of academic, government and industry stakeholders, was first proposed by Etzkowitz and Leydesdorff in 1995. Collaboration occurs in how each role works together to form an innovation. From academic circles who see how human resources are utilized in the fields of science and technology to produce applicable output. As well as entrepreneurs who carry out commercial activities and bring benefits to society directly. Apart from that, the government also oversees the two parties and maintains their relationship to produce regulatory conditions


This is the latest collaboration that is often found in various innovation outputs. Penta-helix itself consists of academics, entrepreneurs, media, government and the community. As an extension of what Andini meant, he believes that the five stakeholders in Malang City are actively working together. By bringing together these five main pillars. How Ngalup as an active forum creates collaborative events between the five stakeholders with the main aim of generating connectivity among them.

Different from the triple-helix, the government plays a role in infrastructure innovation and public policy. Apart from that, academics also work together to form entrepreneurial innovations. Therefore, the role of private institutions themselves is as development parties by means of funding to produce commercial innovation. Apart from that, NGOs also have a stakeholder role that plays an active social and economic role.


Just like the penta-helix, but there is an additional component related to the implementation of the hexa-helix, namely the affected community. The community in question is not only limited to communities, but people or figures who are actively involved in developing innovation. The community involved is no longer an external party, in this concept the party is part of the stakeholder subject in question.

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