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Are you a tech-wiz? Got a tech idea which you're just so sure will be the next killer-app? Well, the Brunei Economic Development Board welcomes you and your friends to a stimulating morning of discussions on "Turning Ideas into Business Opportunities" over teh tarik, at 8.30am on Friday, 4th May 2007, at the Songket Hall on Level 4 of the Rizqun International Hotel. This may be that break you've been looking for so:

MARK IT IN YOUR DIARY/CALENDAR/PDA/PSP!

To register for FREE, call lovely Samantha on 2230076 or 2230111 ext 201 or charming Hj Aziz on 2230111 ext 209

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