Business Model Analysis of Joint Village-Owned Enterprises In The Service of The Needs of The Village Community


  • Junike Susan Medah Universitas Trisakti, Indonesia
  • Wahyuningsih Santosa Universitas Trisakti, Indonesia



Business models, governance, information and technology, challenges, business development, local government, poverty alleviation, SDGs


Research at BUMDesma Bangkit Mandiri Sejahtera (BMS) Nita District, Sikka Regency, East Nusa Tenggara Province aims to analyze the variables of the type of business and beneficiaries, business models, governance, access to information and technology, challenges, business development strategy, contribution to local government, poverty alleviation, SDGs indicators including village SDGs. This study uses qualitative methods, data collection techniques through in-depth interviews, focus group discussions, observation and study of documents as well as analysis using content analysis. The results of the research show that BMS has not been optimal in implementing business models according to the Radyati-Rio Clocwise Social Model Business Plan, governance according to ISO 26000, and utilization of access to information, and technology. challenges and business development, but BMS also contributes to the regional government, poverty alleviation efforts, and achievement of SDGs indicators 1, 2, and 8 as well as village SDGs 8 and 12. Strengthening capacity, evaluating employee and organizational performance, managing data, and information, and mastering technology need to be done to be able to compete. The implications of this research for capital institutions, business partners, and the government which play an important role in village community empowerment programs