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Energy and Industry Department, Prime Minister's Office recently established policies with the aim cater the need for a more comprehensive development of both the oil and gas sector as well as the non-oil and gas sector. Current priorities are on the development of selected industries under the purview of EIDPMO and efforts are made to provide a conducive and business-friendly environment to our local entrepreneurs and investors.


 

The main priorities for Industry under the Energy and Industry Department (EIDPMO) are:

  • To promote and strengthen the Halal Industry development, Innovative, Technology and Creative Industry Development, Cottage industry and Cooperatives
  • To provide a conducive Business Environment by making it easier of Doing Business in Brunei Darussalam
  • To promote the Local Business Development (LBD) through the Industry Competency Framework



Industry Highlights




Rules Violation by Trade Expo Organiser

Following an article released by a local newspaper, Borneo Bulletin dated 10th June 2017 and a report received from the social media in regards to the singing entertainment organised by organiser at the Airport Mall during the "Carnival Raya Biskita-Raya Berkat ATB" expo, was found to be violating the rules of the Trade Expo/exhibition. Continue...

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Stylish Muslimah fashions for Hari Raya

BELIEVING that their business had serious potential, Siti Rashidah binti Hassan and Haji Omar bin Abdul Aziz launched ZA Barakah Boutique in February 2014, with a focus on stylish and modern Muslimah fashions. Continue...


AV Mobile launches rebranded shop

AV MOBILE reopened its newly-relaunched AV Mobile, Digital Life Store at Times Square SHopping Centre, Berakas recently. Continue...


Maybank Brunei wins Best SME Bank award

MAYBANK Brunei has been recognised as the ‘Best Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Bank, Brunei 2017’ instituted by Capital Finance International, United Kingdom. Continue...


‘I want to do what they’re doing’

When Nurul Faezatul Hanishah first stopped by the Gloss Factory a month after they had opened, looking for a job, she was offered a role behind the counter. Continue...