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  • Thank you and welcome

    We are happy to present our new website developed for us by Black Sheep Creative. Along with a new logo, it's a definite improvement on the old one. You should be able to find your way around and communicate with us on links that work. Please let us know your thoughts and suggestions.

    One observation I can make for CDB members old and new, is that the members who obtain the most value are those who are active users. An online Consumer or Company credit report will provide information which will be of value when you are considering a loan or credit application. Looking for employees who will be handling your cash or finances? A credit history report may provide some useful insights. Are your 90 day bad debts growing? Upload them to our database and be among those CDB members who have recovered over K203 million since we commenced operating.

    Interested? Contact Bruce, Manasi or Mary on the numbers listed.

  • First Quarter 2017

    We are fast approaching the end of the first quarter for 2017 and are pleased to advise that member activity has almost doubled since 2014. Consumer records have exceeded the 300,000 mark and we continue to see a steady growth of company records uploaded to the database. The new look website and logo has been welcomed well with minor teething issues accessing the website mainly due to member users having outdated browser settings. All in all, a success, thanks to our website developers for their relentless support. Please continue to provide us any feedback with any issues or how we could improve the website.

    Business in Solomon Islands is also growing with the signing of two new members, Solomon Telekom and Pan Oceanic Bank, please join us in welcoming them on board. Further interest has been expressed by State-Owned entities in our recent visit to Honiara in February.

    We cannot stress enough to members that those who obtain most value from the database are those who are active users. CDB members in PNG alone, have recovered over K220 million to date.

    Contact us now.

  • Thanks and Goodbye.

    We regret to announce that Michael Kapi has left CDB.

    He is returning to the logistics industry.

    Thanks, Mike, for your positive contribution to CDB over the past twelve months.

    We wish you good luck in your new position at TNT.

  • New appointment - CDB Relationship Manager, PNG and Solomon Islands

    We are pleased to welcome Ms Manasi Badira to the CDB team. Manasi comes to us from a commercial banking background, with successful experience in a range of banking services.

    Manasi can be contacted by email: . She will be happy to assist with training and support in any area of our database services, as well as new memberships. 

  • Welcome to new members

    In recent months our new members include:

    Department of Lands & Physical Planning
    Coca-Cola Amatil (PNG) Limited
    Norman Finance Limited
    Business Advantage International
    IEA Gordon International School
     IEA Koroboro International School

    We welcome them all and look forward to working together.

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