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Business Support Centre opens in Belait

BUSINESS-RELATED inquiries in Belait can now be directed to Darussalam Enterprise’s (DARE) Business Support Centre (BSC) in Kuala Belait after it began operations yesterday.

Located on the ground floor of the Kuala Belait and Seria Municipal Board building along Jalan McKerron, the BSC branch in Belait is the first outside the capital. It serves as an “action centre” where the public and private sector can seek assistance over business matters, and replaces the Business Facilitation Centre.

Services currently offered at BSC Belait include the DARE Business Help Desk (BHD) an online database that records issues faced by businesses and individuals and works towards resolving them.

At present, a representative from BHD will be stationed every Tuesday and Thursday from 8.30am to 3.30pm with a lunch break from 12 to 2pm.

The Cottage Industry and Cooperatives Division of the Energy and Industry Department of the Prime Minister’s Office and the renewal and issuing of business licences for health and beauty establishments under the Ministry of Home Affairs are also available at BSC.

DARE, in a statement issued yesterday, said it is also looking to expand the services provided at BSC Kuala Belait to include OneBiz and other relevant agencies in the future.

The centre is open from 8am until 4.30pm from Monday to Thursday and Saturday

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