Brunei Enterprise organises first-ever entrepreneurship conference in London

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Brunei LondonBruneian local students in the UK got a chance to present their ideas in Google Campus London in the first ever Bruneian-held Entrepreneurship Conference in the United Kingdom on April 13, 2014. The half-day event organised by Brunei Enterprise showcased 15-minute presentations from students ranging from University of Oxford to Imperial Business School and from University of Essex to University of Brunei Darussalam (via Google Hangout).

In an opening statement made by its president, Abdul Malik Omar stated how the students also hold the key towards Brunei’s future economic growth.

“By having us attend this event today will in itself shape how we can contribute to the economy. We may be young and may not be able to change the world, but if this event can at least shape a 1 per cent change in the mind-set in society, or at least of those attending, in building up Brunei 2035 and beyond then it is enough,” Omar said.

Topics addressed included “Transportation Intelligence System” from Khong Yu Neng of Oxford University, a start-up idea called the “Dragon” by Izam Ryan of Imperial Business School, “Green Urban Development and Youth Planning” by Hanna Hassanal of UBD, a motivational talk entitled “UK Entrepreneurship” by student entrepreneur and founder of GOTB.TV Dubem Menakaya,“Be the key to a productive economy” by Hafizuddin Hassan, and “Pulau Muara Besar (PMB) and Market Economics: How Brunei can attain socio-economic prosperity and stability by learning from the Dubai Economic Miracle” by Abdul Malik Omar of University of Essex.

Gracing the event is Radin Abdullah Basiuni, the President of Brunei Students’ Union and law undergraduate at Reading University. Students from University of Bath, Keele, and Surrey also
attended the event namely Harris Karim, Anas Nawawi, and Nuur Hzs respectively.

Fadli M Zaini, the V.P. of Brunei Enterprise (a PTEM alumni and President of Brunei Essex Society delivered the closing remark.

Brunei Enterprise is an NGO established in December 2013 and an affiliate of BSUnion that aims to elevate entrepreneurship to the Bruneian community in the UK and Eire. Run by the students for the students, it has since established strategic contacts with BEDB, E@C, MOE, NACUE, Virgin Media Pioneers, and British High Commissioner.

Those interested in knowing more about or taking part in the society can go to its website, “Brunei Enterprise” in Google and/or ‘like’ its Facebook fan page by the same name.

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Bruneian local students in the UK got a chance to present their ideas in Google Campus London in the first ever Bruneian-held Entrepreneurship Conference in the United Kingdom on April 13, 2014. The half-day event organised by Brunei Enterprise showcased 15-minute presentations from students ranging from University of Oxford to Imperial Business School and from University of Essex to University of Brunei Darussalam (via Google Hangout). In an opening statement made by its president, Abdul Malik Omar stated how the students also hold the key towards Brunei’s future economic growth. "By having us attend this event today will in itself...

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Brunei LondonBruneian local students in the UK got a chance to present their ideas in Google Campus London in the first ever Bruneian-held Entrepreneurship Conference in the United Kingdom on April 13, 2014. The half-day event organised by Brunei Enterprise showcased 15-minute presentations from students ranging from University of Oxford to Imperial Business School and from University of Essex to University of Brunei Darussalam (via Google Hangout).

In an opening statement made by its president, Abdul Malik Omar stated how the students also hold the key towards Brunei’s future economic growth.

“By having us attend this event today will in itself shape how we can contribute to the economy. We may be young and may not be able to change the world, but if this event can at least shape a 1 per cent change in the mind-set in society, or at least of those attending, in building up Brunei 2035 and beyond then it is enough,” Omar said.

Topics addressed included “Transportation Intelligence System” from Khong Yu Neng of Oxford University, a start-up idea called the “Dragon” by Izam Ryan of Imperial Business School, “Green Urban Development and Youth Planning” by Hanna Hassanal of UBD, a motivational talk entitled “UK Entrepreneurship” by student entrepreneur and founder of GOTB.TV Dubem Menakaya,“Be the key to a productive economy” by Hafizuddin Hassan, and “Pulau Muara Besar (PMB) and Market Economics: How Brunei can attain socio-economic prosperity and stability by learning from the Dubai Economic Miracle” by Abdul Malik Omar of University of Essex.

Gracing the event is Radin Abdullah Basiuni, the President of Brunei Students’ Union and law undergraduate at Reading University. Students from University of Bath, Keele, and Surrey also
attended the event namely Harris Karim, Anas Nawawi, and Nuur Hzs respectively.

Fadli M Zaini, the V.P. of Brunei Enterprise (a PTEM alumni and President of Brunei Essex Society delivered the closing remark.

Brunei Enterprise is an NGO established in December 2013 and an affiliate of BSUnion that aims to elevate entrepreneurship to the Bruneian community in the UK and Eire. Run by the students for the students, it has since established strategic contacts with BEDB, E@C, MOE, NACUE, Virgin Media Pioneers, and British High Commissioner.

Those interested in knowing more about or taking part in the society can go to its website, “Brunei Enterprise” in Google and/or ‘like’ its Facebook fan page by the same name.

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