Alumni of the Study Program of Soil and Land Resources, class of 1987.
Owner of Java Frinsa Estate
Wildan Mustofa successfully developed the archipelago coffee processing and processing business, which was named the Java Frinsa Estate. Java Frinsa Estate is located in Bandung, West Java. The location of the Java Frinsa Estate estate is located in Pangalengan, Garut and Mekarwangi, West Bandung. His business began in 2011 by collaborating with Hikmah Farm as its marketing partner. Meanwhile, to increase the amount of coffee production, Java Frinsa Estate cooperates with local farmers to farm coffee.
Coffee varieties planted by Wildan include Sigararutang, Gayo 1, Gayo 2, Kopyol, Musda, Kaptora and modern hybrid varieties. The quality of coffee produced by Java Frinsa Estate is premium quality and high quality so that it can penetrate the export market. His first export was done in 2015 to several countries in Europe, Japan and Australia.
From the production results, Wildan and Java Frinsa Estate have received various awards both nationally and internationally. Some of the awards were 2nd place Cupping Contest-6 by the Association of Indonesian Coffee Exporters and Industries 2014, Runner Up Coffee Auction S.I.A.L. Interfood 2015, ranked 3 in the 2015 West Java Coffee Festival, SCAA Indonesian Potrait Country Selection Runner Up, Atlanta 2016, 3rd place in the 2016 Coffee Festival at Bondowoso and 2018 Australia's Nelsen Gold Medal.
Alumnus of Agronomy and Horticulture Study Program, Batch 48
Sandi is one of the figures that must be looked up to by young generations especially in agriculture. His work in the field of horticultural agriculture led him to become a Millennial Farmer Ambassador at the Millennial Farmers Jamboree held by the Agricultural Human Resources and Development Agency (BPPSDMP) Ministry of Agriculture in 2019. Sandi has developed his business to focus on the middle to upper market. He has been supplying agricultural goods for hotels, restaurants, and caterings.
He markets his business products through Mitra Tani Parahyangan company. The business was started when he was a 5th semester student. Utilizing e-commerce that was starting to grow back then, he started selling his father’s agricultural goods. He did that to increase the price of potatoes, sweet potatoes, cabbages, tomatoes, and chilli. Politeness, humility, and friendliness with employees are his characteristics.
Currently, Sandi is pursuing a master’s degree at IPB University. He argues that when agriculture is well-integrated with science, acceleration to success will be rapid.
Alumni Social Economic of Agriculture Study, Batch 20
Called as “Electric Women”, Tri Mumpuni Wiyatno with her husband dedicate their life to build micro hydro (water turbine). Women that always called Puni build independent and prosperous community through renewable economic. And water turbine.
Puni and husband’s goal is they want to contribute in building nation through independent energy that source from nature. Their principle is, when nature gives, they must conserve.
Their innovation succeed in effecting rural community economy, health, and education. Her love about walking around village realized her that village has rich water source but not used yet.
Puni achieved Ashden Awards on 2012. Ashden is United Kingdom Non Government Organization that involved in environmentally friendly energy. Prince Charles is one of the Ashden Awards supervisor. By this award, Puni feels encourage to provide micro hydro water turbine electricity access in small villages.
Puni now is a Director of Business and Economic Community Institute. She also succeed in achieving other awards by her dedication to community. There are Climate Hero – World Wildlife Fund (WWF) for Nature on 2005 and Raymon Magsaysay Award on 2012.