Make Trade Illegal Urban of Metropolitan City to Entrepreneurship-Cooperation Residents
Rachmawati Novaria, Soekarno Hardjosoewito, Ayun Maduwinarti, IGN Anom Maruta Suroso

In Indonesia there are 58 million businesses at the level of SMEs, 6.8 million of them were in East Java, and as many as 2640 have become a 'hero Economy' in the city of Surabaya as well as between them ever urban status (arrivals) illegal businesses (businesses place not designation). As many as 75% of them are foreigners, of which 45% came from the village, and 30% comes from the city, and only 15% comes from the city of Surabaya, and 10% of their commuter status (roundtrip from out of town to Surabaya home- away). There are a classification of institutions (parties) giving guidance to them (the business actors who have illegality) such that: (i) the Department of Trade and Industry, the city of Surabaya, (ii) the Department of Cooperatives and SMEs, (iii) Social Services, and ( iv) Private / Individual. Based on preliminary research, there are classifications of commodity on the work they perform, namely: (i) Crafts (20%); (ii) intake (15%); (iii) Snack (55%); and (iv) Drink Vitamins / Health (10%). From the well-developed, they generally accumulate in the Centre of SME, Centre of Culinary, Business Group, and Kampong Small Industries. Willingness to participate in education and training (training) is quite high (55%) even in businesses that have 5 or more years in the business, otherwise businesses are still two years or less are less interested (with a level of humility 50%). Then the businesses that have a high entrepreneurial knowledge (80%) lie in those who gathered in the center of the target offices. Judging from the area of origin, businesses that have a high motivation for entrepreneurship is a commuter status (shuttle), ie 65%. While the absorption of the material of the highest training participants (60%) achieved by the business comes from the center of the target agencies and generally they are seasoned received training and has been a member of the cooperative

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