The first foray into Brunei Darussalam was through a joint project with CPG for the nation’s airport in 2007. After the airport project, Consulus was invited to present to other government-linked companies for business design and brand transformation. We soon met a group of leaders who are working tirelessly to transform the Bruneian economy and build strong Bruneian companies and brands. Inspired by these individuals, Consulus began to intensify its level of engagement with Brunei and till date has served most of the largest corporations in the sultanate such as DST and BIBD and government agencies.
We set up office in Brunei in 2010 as a sign of our commitment to help the sultanate build global companies. The office is led by Haji Sapawi Bolhassan who has been in Brunei Government Service for more than 30 years holding various senior positions.
Haji Sapawi Bolhassan
Country Director at Consulus Sdn Bhd
Perdana was created specifically with the Bruneian customer in mind – and not a force fit of features offered by other banks, some of which may have very little relevance to the needs of our clients
According to the Economist, 41% of companies will invest in a social enterprise network to enhance collaboration in the workplace. Here is CastleUp, designed for Asian companies.
CastleUp offers companies the chance to quickly share ideas and updates, and retrieve them with ease later on.
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Consulus introduces a ‘Bruneian at Heart’ Banking Experience for Brunei’s leading Islamic Bank, BIBD.
Bank Islam Brunei Darussalam (BIBD) launched their new brand identity and banking experience at its newly refurbished Kiulap Branch
DST, the leading telecommunication provider in Brunei, officially opened their new Signature Store at the Airport Mall which spans 6,680 square feet…
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Instead of the usual lucky draw activities, we developed Wish Campaign for Brunei’s national bank BIBD, creating an initiative that will cultivate a culture of saving in the country.
A key initiative in an ongoing branding project that aimed to create a consistent customer experience at all touch points.
This gathering acts as a platform for promising Asian leaders to re-imagine their business models and find relevant partners in order to achieve a sustained competitive advantage.
The rebranding launch was but the first step. Over the coming months DST will introduce a series of activities to keep the momentum. These include the Future Fund, a CSR initiative that aims to nurture promising Bruneian ICT companies, which Consulus also helped to develop.
Lawrence Chong talks to The Brunei Times about the firm’s plans in Brunei.