The fourth cycle of the Darussalam Enterprise, DARe Start-up Bootcamp will be concluding its 100-day programme with a Demo Day where the top three start-ups will pitch to a panel of investors at Golden Equator in Singapore. Among the investors are an investment platform that lists high-growth startups and companies for qualified network of investors to invest in.

The three start-ups that will be pitching their business are Memory - a legacy planning platform; Rotuku - an online marketplace; and essentials.ai - an insurance technology service. These start-ups were selected out of a pool of 18 start-ups who pitched before a panel from BIBD, Progresif and this cycle's Startup Bootcamp facilitator, Golden Equator, in Brunei Darussalam. Pg Zainul Asri Pg Abd Razak, a Manager at DARe shared that the variety of start-ups developed from DARe's Startup Bootcamp programmes range from smart farming, Islamic education, social enterprises, sport activities and transportation services.

Source: Radio Television Brunei