DARe invites entrepreneurs to join fourth Startup Bootcamp

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The Design & Technology building at the Anggerek Desa Technology Park. Image: Ridhwan Kamarulzaman


Darussalam Enterprise (DARe) is inviting aspiring entrepreneurs to take part in the fourth round of its Startup Bootcamp programme, which is slated to begin sometime this September.

The 100-day training programme is designed to help entrepreneurs shape their businesses, allowing them opportunities to scale their ventures rapidly.

The upcoming fourth cycle will begin with an “Ideation workshop” for participants to develop their business ideas.

Participants will have weekly check-ins with their peers and mentors to update their progress and be coached in branding, business modeling, customer relationship, social media marketing, market research, talent acquisition and financial management.

Singapore-based Golden Equator Consulting will be the facilitator for this cycle.

The bootcamp will conclude with business pitching sessions by the participants to relevant stakeholders and potential investors.

Top three startups in this cycle will be selected to attend a Demo Day in Singapore where they meet and sell their business ideas to a wider network of investors, magnifying their opportunities to expand their businesses further.

Registration for the upcoming cycle will be closed August 27. Those who are interested to join can register themselves through www.dare.gov.bn.

According to DARe, participants from the first two cycle of the programme have raised more than $550,000 in investment, generate $374,000 in revenue and provide 360 jobs collectively.

The Bruneian