AITI opens tech clinic to empower local MSMEs

The Authority for Info-communications Technology Industry of Brunei Darussalam (AITI) recently unveiled a new initiative dubbed Tech Clinic for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs).

It is a platform for MSMEs to seek technical advisory services for the adoption of digital technologies in their businesses.

In line with supporting the strategic objectives of Digital Economy Masterplan 2025 and AITI Strategic Plan 2020-2025, Tech Clinic for MSMEs is introduced to boost digital adoption among MSMEs by assessing their readiness to adopt digital solutions in their businesses to improve productivity and innovate further.

It also has the objective to enable business operations with digital capabilities to achieve internal efficiencies, cost reductions and better service offerings to stay competitive in the digital economy.

Through Tech Clinic, the MSMEs can participate in consultation sessions with a panel of appointed digitalisation experts. Free virtual consultation slots for the month of March 2022 are now open.

MSMEs who wish to apply for a consultation slot can book through

Slots are limited and are on a first-come, first-served basis. For further enquiries, MSMEs can contact

It is hoped that the Tech Clinic will provide MSMEs with the knowledge to harness the full potential of technology deployment in their business operations to achieve sustainable fiscal and socio-economic growth.

This article was first published on 26 February 2022 in our Weekly Epaper issue 182 |


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