KUCHING (June 25): The Sarawak government through Tegas Digital Innovation Hub (TDIH) is extending its free rental and co-working pass at its hubs in Kuching, Miri and Bintulu.
The free rental and co-working pass at its hubs will be extended from June 28 to Dec 31 this year and is for their programme alumni, co-working members, local entrepreneurs and students who are affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
“This is in line with the announcement made by the Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg regarding the Bantuan Khas Sarawakku Sayang (BKSS) 6.0 package,” said Assistant Minister of Urban Planning, Land Administration and Environment Datu Len Talif Salleh, who is also Tegas chairman.
Len Talif also said TDIH is also providing support to local startups and social entrepreneurs regularly such as provision of free webinars, online capacity building workshops and virtual accelerator programmes like the Tegas Pre-Accelerator Bootcamp 2021, which is now open for application.
“Apart from that, we are also giving the opportunity for local entrepreneurs to utilise our virtual office for business registration purposes at the lowest rental rates,” he added.
TDIH serves as an inclusive platform to support and empower early-stage startups and social enterprises in Sarawak. Funded by the Sarawak government and managed by Tegas, TDIH offers access to affordable co-working spaces, entrepreneurship education and venture acceleration programmes as well as access to Tegas ecosystem partners.
For more information, contact TDIH at its respective locations – 082-552 003 (Kuching), 086-344 731 (Bintulu) and 085-321 511 (Miri).