Corporate Partnership Program 2012
The Corporate Partnership Program aims to continuously provide a platform for dialogue between business, government and other stakeholders on the challenge of sustainable economic development for Brunei Darussalam and to promote public-private partnership and cooperation in Brunei Darussalam.
Brunei Business Forum 2012
“Unlocking Productivity, Fuelling Growth”
Date: 22nd November 2012
Venue: Mutiara Ballroom, Radisson Hotel , Brunei
As outlined in the 10th National Development Plan, productivity has been recognised as the cornerstone of economic growth for the Brunei economy. Investments in key areas such as education, research and development and innovation and entrepreneurship are projected to take centre stage. The Brunei Business Forum will discuss the urgent need to align spending and economic activities to national productivity and address how we can enhance our productivity and efficiency level to accelerate growth.
- Keynote Address on Productivity and Economic Growth by Dato Paduka Awang Haji Ali bin Hj Apong, Deputy Minister, Prime Minister’s Office & Chairman, Brunei Economic
- Development Board
- Roadmap to Productivity
- Knowledge & Innovation
- Town hall discussion on “Unlocking Productivity”
- Networking lunch hosted by corporate partners
The Brunei Business Forum is a by-invitation event only for CEOs, entrepreneurs, key government officers and the next generation of Brunei.
For more information, contact Fatin Arifin, Programs & Research Executive at 2226555 ext 12 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
20th June 2012 at Grand Hall, the Empire Hotel & Country Club
“Conserving Our Resources for a Sustainable Future”
The National Environment Conference 2012 themed “Conserving Our Resources for a Sustainable Future” focused on how the government and public sector can work together towards creating and implementing conservation practices to address natural resource problems and management. This year’s program looked at the future of water, resource efficiency, conservation, education for sustainable development, issues around consumption and wastage, and litter.
The National Environment Conference on its 5th brought together over 270 key stakeholders and leading members of the public and private sectors to dialogue, discuss and debate on the environmental issues facing Brunei.
PowerPoint presentations of speakers:
I) Session I: “The Future of Water” by Dr David Gallo, Director of Special Projects, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA
II) Future Flash: “The Global Energy Outlook: A World Without Oil?” by Mr Yves Grosjean, General Manager, Total E&P Borneo B.V.
III) Session II Track I: “Conservation & Sustainable Development” by Dyg Hjh Normah Suria Hayati binti Pehin Jawatan Dalam Seri Maharaja Dato Seri Utama (Dr.) Hj Mohd Jamil Al Sufri, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Industry and Primary Resources
IV) Future Flash: “Education for Sustainable Development” by Mr David Taylor, Executive Principal, International School Brunei
V) Session IV: “Litter-Free Brunei: What Does it Take?” by Dr Pang Fung Yin, Head of the Central Regional Office, Environment Health Department, National Environment Agency, Singapore
VI) Session IV: “Litter-Free Brunei: What Does it Take?” by Mr Yusrein Hady Abd Ghani, Environment Engineer, Total E&P Borneo B.V.
Youth Eco-Documentary Awards 2012
Please click here for details of all entries and winning videos.
Movie screening of “The Story of Stuff”
From its extraction through sale, use and disposal, all the stuff in our lives affects communities at home and abroad, yet most of this is hidden from view. The Story of Stuff is a fast-paced, fact-filled look at the underside of our production and consumption patterns that exposes the connections between a huge number of environmental and social issues, and calls us together to create a more sustainable and just world.
Date: Wednesday, 9th May 2012 @7pm
Venue: Jerudong International School Amphitheatre