| Aziz Idris |
EIGHT mothers, each with their own unique brand and products, participated in the first Bank Islam Brunei Darussalam (BIBD) ‘Special Mothers Empowerment Entrepreneurship Development’ (SEED) at Bandarku Ceria.
The programme hopes to transform underprivileged mothers into successful and resilient entrepreneurs able to compete in the local and international markets.
In this phase, participants are exposed to real market environment, testing their abilities. Participants applied the knowledge gained in the previous phase, which included pricing, marketing, communication and product promotion.