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08 February 2023

Baiduri Bank co-hosted the Power Lunch Series yesterday with the Young Entrepreneurs Association of Brunei (YEAB) at the Baiduri Community Space in Baiduri Bank Headquarters.

The lunch titled, “The Future of Tech and Services in Brunei” was attended by over 45 participants from various companies in the tech and services sector, from applications and software development, Information and Communications Technology (ICT), education, marketing, insurance, and trading. The lunch was facilitated by Allen Lai, Director, ASEAN & Corporate Affairs at UK-ASEAN Business Council.
The Power Lunch Series provides local entrepreneurs with a platform to share their business struggles and best practices in overcoming the challenges. It is also an avenue to cultivate a culture of support in Brunei’s entrepreneurial landscape through collaboration with the goal of giving entrepreneurs the opportunity to learn and network with like-minded businesses.

The Series that will span across the year will feature ongoing gatherings of entrepreneurs and invited key stakeholders from different sectors and industries.
The first lunch in the series was held last November which saw over 30 participants from various companies in the food and beverage (F&B) sector attending the event. The event also featured Ideal Group Holdings (Brunei) Sdn Bhd Managing Director Haji Awang Ahmad Morshidi bin Pehin Orang Kaya Digadong Seri Diraja Dato Laila Utama Haji Awang Abdul Rahman.

Speaking at the event, Mohd Isa Liew Mohd Amin Liew, Head of Business Banking, Baiduri Bank, emphasised the importance of the community and learning from each other to approach problem-solving.

He said: "The second Power Lunch Series focuses on the Tech and Services sector. Businesses in this sector can capitalise on opportunities to work together and discuss their concerns in order to promote business solutions as a community."
“At Baiduri Bank, we are aware of the different challenges that business owners face, and by helping to network and encourage open communication within industries, we hope that our local MSMEs will be able to learn from the many lessons and accomplishments of their peers, so that they will be ready to face any uncertainties the future may bring as a community.”

Also in his speech, he announced the creation of a co-working space catering to the needs of MSMEs known as the Baiduri Enterprise Hub.

Meanwhile, Fatin Arifin, President, YEAB said: “As the first edition on the F&B sector was a success, we continued the second edition by bringing together players from the Tech and Services sector particularly as this sector is very important to the economy in our move towards becoming a Smart Nation."
“We aspire to challenge our entrepreneurs to think seriously about trading internationally and intentionally position their businesses to go beyond Brunei given the rising global demands for tech and services to help contribute to Brunei’s economic development and the maturity in our industry.”

For more information on Baiduri Bank’s current services, promotions and events, customers may contact the 24-hour Customer Helpline at 244 9666 or via the Bank’s social media platforms at @baiduribank on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

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19 September 2023

We would like to inform you that with effect from 31 October 2023, Business i-Banking service will no longer be operational, and this will be replaced with our new Baiduri b.Digital Business service.

If your company has not transitioned to b.Digital Business, please ensure that every existing user provides the following by 8 October 2023 through the Business i-Banking Inbox:
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Alternatively, you can complete the b.Digital Business Amendment Form and submit the form(s) directly to Baiduri Digital Hub, Ground Level, Baiduri Bank Headquarters.

Every user will receive a notification email at their registered email address, once they have been migrated and activated on the b.Digital Business service.

Companies who have not moved to b.Digital Business after 31 October 2023 can re-apply as a new subscriber to the b.Digital Business service. This will require additional documentations to be submitted as part of the application. Refer “Required Documents” here.

Important notice: Our Business i-Banking service will be deactivated soon. To ensure continued access and a smooth transition to the new Baiduri b.Digital Business, please provide your full name, IC, email address and mobile number via Business i-Banking Inbox. If we do not receive updated details from all authorised users, your company will not be migrated to the new platform and a fresh application will be required. For assistance, contact us at [email protected] or call 2268 637/8/9 during business hours. Thank you for your cooperation.

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