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UOB gave special souvenirs during the Grand Launching of UOB Lady’s Account, a premium savings account that is exclusive for women. These souvenirs are made by women artisans in South Kalimantan using Purun, a grass-like plant that plays an important role in protecting the Kalimantan peatlands from forest fires and drought.
Purun Mini Totebag as Clients’ Appreciation Gift
As one of Indonesia’s national e-wallets, LinkAja entrusted Du Anyam to provide souvenirs that are not only made by local craftswomen but also improve their livelihood through economic empowerment. Let’s support local products!
Tablet Sleeve 001 Tenun Flores as Media Gathering Souvenir
We extend our gratitude to Samsung Indonesia for trusting Du Anyam in providing their Partners’ Appreciation Gifts! Along with the company logo, Samsung’s brand colour stole the spotlight in these exclusively custom souvenirs.
Compact Wallet Pelode & ID Tag Pelode as Partners’ Appreciation Gift
Du Anyam gives the highest appreciation to DBS Bank for their commitment to procuring gifts that are locally made and socially impactful. This time, DBS Bank chose Du Anyam to design an exclusive gift for their priority clients as a form of support towards social enterprises in Indonesia.
Eco Bag Pelode as Priority Clients’ Appreciation Gift
For the first time, Facebook held a Facebook Indonesia Summit which was attended by the business community in Indonesia. Du Anyam as one of the business people who also use the Facebook, Instagram, and Whatsapp platforms is trusted to provide events souvenirs in the form of a unique woven card case for the invitees and guests who attend.
ASIAN GAMES 2018
Du Anyam became one of the Official Merchandisers of ASIAN GAMES 2018 which was held in Jakarta & Palembang on August 18 – September 2, 2018. After waiting for 56 years, Indonesia was chosen to be the Host of ASIAN GAMES 2018 The 18th which was attended by 45 countries in Asia, and Du Anyam had the opportunity to be directly involved in making merchandise that raised Indonesian woven crafts in the form of luggage tags, bookmarks, woven fans, notebook agendas, woven hats, and others.