The first, and one of the most inspiring and successful of Subud enterprises, the S. Widjojo building, epitomises our concept of enterprise. Designed by a group of experts, it was the first multi-storey building in downtown Jakarta, of uniquely developed glass-fibre reinforced cement (GRC) which featured in the startlingly beautiful sun shades. Now dwarfed by higher and glitzier buildings it remains one of the most unusual buildings of Jakarta’s business district. Completed in 1981, it was the result of a dedicated process of fundraising by Muhammad Subuh Sumohadiwidjojo, founder of Subud. Ship-shaped, and maintaining its quiet elegance, proceeds from the S. Widjojo building funded many endeavours and activities of the international Subud organisation. Read more about how this in Historical Subud Enterprises
It is SESI’s purpose to work with the worldwide Subud community to help all its members develop their businesses and initiatives in an ethical, fun, and positive way.
Be inspired by the enterprise stories here to develop your own collectively or individually
Get active in your group or at the national level and offer to take on the role of SES representative. Encourage members to engage in enterprising activities, inspire with worldwide stories and link up with Zone and SESI reps to develop workshops and programs.
Look in your own groups to find ways to support the costs of group activities and assets through the development of collaborative enterprises, centreprises or other means. Get real detailed help and advice through the Centreprise support group.
Donate your time, advice, support or money to stimulate businesses, large or small, group or individual, which will eventually support the work and gatherings of the Subud organisation. Do this through your local, national or international SES networks.
Are you an effective communicator? Gather information on the enterprises in your local or national areas to share with the Subud world via this website or our regular newsletters to bring to the fore the depth and breadth of enterprising already in our networks.
When Lynetta Schionning’s employer New Zealand iwi (tribe) Ngai Tahu was going to close their Dart Stables horse trekking business (another tourism company victim of Covid-19) Lynetta faced losing her job and her livelihood.
Hammond and Gaye have now released the revamped website for SESI. t’s an upgrade mainly in appearance. We wanted to give it a more lively aspect as well as keeping it contemporaneous with a flow of articles.