A DST staff attending to a prospective customer during one of the events at the ICC this year. Image: Waqiuddin Rajak

DST is offering young entrepreneurs a chance to earn an income by becoming its partners via its content partnership programme and e-vendor, which will be launched sometime this year.

Those registered as DST’s content providers can earn monies whenever they developed contents for the company’s mobile subscribers. Contents may range from ringback tones, info-on-demand, music downloads and games.

Nine companies including threegmedia, Greencity Concept, Linknetsolutions, Machtel, Mobitech, Modasys and NCSMS have signed up for the programme so far.

The e-vendor programme allows entrepreneurs to earn a discount while also getting their own share of income by reselling DST’s subsidiary – DSTIncomm’s products which include EASI reloads, iTunes top ups, POWERKad, mobile, tablet and other devices.

DST’s Public Relation Officer Muhd Firdaus Abdul Rahman said: “People are our asset. We believe that given the chance and the opportunity they can do great things. We have progressed and come a long way yet we have to understand that in this fast-paced era wherein technology is always evolving, we have to trust that each one of us has to be innovative and not remain stagnant. Move onwards.”

All of these products were showcased at the International Convention Centre (ICC) recently during the 14th National Youth Day celebration.

DST staff posing for a picture at their booth during the National Youth Day celebration. Image: Waqiuddin Rajak

Aspiring content providers can speak to DST about their business proposal by emailing vas.contents@dst.com.bn or call 8725412; and those interested to become resellers can contat DSTIncomm via 8998086.



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