On May 11, 2012, Arief Yahya was appointed as President Director of PT Telkom Indonesia for the period 2012 to 2017. In the same year, Arief Yahya was also included in the Swa magazine's "25 Business Future Leader".
Arief Yahya was also selected as the recipient of "Economic Challenge Award 2012" category of Telecommunication Industry, the recipient of "Business Review 2012" Award from Business Review magazine. Lastly, Arief Yahya was chosen as "BEST BUMN Innovative CEO 2012".
He was appointed by President Joko Widodo to become Minister of Tourism on October 26, 2014. In the last two years, tourism in Indonesia has grown above 8 percent to the number of foreign tourists visiting Indonesia in the range of 8-9 million.
Dr. Perry Warjiyo is currently Deputy Governor, Bank Indonesia. Previously he was Assistant Governor for monetary, macroprudential and international policy, the post he held after the Executive Director of Economic Research and Monetary Policy Department, Bank Indonesia since 2009.
Before re-joining Bank Indonesia since July 2009, he served for two years as the Executive Director in the International Monetary Fund (IMF), representing 13 member countries in the South-East Asia Voting Group (SEAVG).
He has long-standing career in Bank Indonesia in the areas of economic research and monetary policy, central banking studies and training, office of the Governors, monetary policy strategy and organization transformation, foreign exchange management, and international issues.
Thomas Trikasih Lembong is known as the Chairman of Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board since July 27, 2016. He was Minister of Trade of the Republic of Indonesia.
Thomas was one of the founders of private equity fund, Quvat Management (Quvat). He also served as CEO and member of the Investment Committee.
Before establishing Quvat, he was working at Farindo Investments, the Indonesian Bank Restructuring Agency (IBRA) for 2 years as Senior Vice President and Division Head, Deutsche Bank and Morgan Stanley.
Setyono Djuandi Darmono is the founder and Chairman of Jababeka Group. In 1989 he began to build Jababeka as the largest industrial park in Southeast Asia.
In 1994, Jababeka Ltd was the first industrial developer to go public in Indonesia. The three pillars of Jababeka's business are land development, infrastructure development, and leisure and hospitality.
With an area of 5,600 hectares, Jababeka city has industrial, residential and commercial area, public transport network, shopping, recreation and entertainment area, to various infrastructure such as dry port, power plant, two water treatment plants, two waste water treatment plants and other various facilities.
Ganjar Pranowo was a member of Parliament for two periods, 2004-2009 and 2009-2014. But in the second period, he left the Parliament because he was elected as governor of Central Java in 2013.
Ganjar nominated as a candidate for governor in the Central Java Governor Election 2013, paired with Heru Sudjatmoko as Vice Governor. Ganjar-Heru known as "No corruption, no lie" tagline, They came out as the winner with a total acquisition of votes reached 48.82%.
Ganjar is known to take advantage of Twitter's social media to communicate with the public. According to Ganjar, through social media, he can listen to seuggestions, criticism, and even listen to protests from people who do not like his policy in leading Central Java.