The Brunei Women’s Business Council has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with 30 companies under the Korean Venture Business Women’s Association Daegu Gyeongbuk, on business discussion and enhance cooperative in business. The MoU was achieved through the efforts of Darussalam Enterprise, DARe and Brunei Economic Development Board, BEDB during the visit made by companies’ delegations from South Korea to the country.

The MoU among other things aim to create awareness on new emerging technologies and develop a mutual business model of producing new innovative products and services, which are considered as Korea’s competitive industries. It also to promote bilateral business exchanges and enhance cooperative businesses.

In the afternoon, a seminar was held which focuses on the Auto Machine Technologies, Korean Cosmetics and K-Beauty regulated by Halal presented by several companies. The event concluded with a networking session between companies from the two countries. Daegu Gyeongbuk establised 19 years ago aims to promote business and employment for women.

Source: Radio Television Brunei