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THE APP WHICH DOES FINANCIAL TRANSACTION IS NOT LIKE ANY OTHER APPS

Minaoar Hossain Tanzil has become the Managing Director of Dhaka operation of Korean Smartcard manufacturing and payment giant- Kona within just ten years of his professional life. A computer science and engineering graduate from BUET, Tanzil has started his career back in 2007 in CodeCrafters International. While working there, he

IS BANGLADESH READY FOR A DIGITAL ECONOMY?

Malaysian startup Aladdinstreet, an exclusive premium quality and halal focused commodity e-marketplace that caters to both B2B and B2C communities over the Internet in Malaysia and overseas. Brand360 is a branding and marketing consultancy company, focused on building strategy, brand design and marketing. EOnnet is another Malaysian startup that provides

THE IMPORTANCE OF INDUSTRY-ACADEMIA PARTNERSHIP

Bangladesh MBA Association, in association with Bangladesh Brand Forum, organized a discussion on September 30 at IBA Alumni Club. The theme of the discussion was “Academia-Industry Partnerships: Business Education Perspective”. Having some of the top leaders from industry and academia in the audience, the panel consisted of Abrar A Anwar, Chief

‘WE CAN’T AFFORD TO BE VULNERABLE BECAUSE WE ARE DEALING WITH THE PUBLIC’S MONEY’

The décor at Pubali Bank’s head office at Dilkusha is very reminiscent of a bygone era when heavy wooden furniture was the norm and thick apple green carpets would shroud the floors inside high ceiling rooms. But Pubali Bank’s approach to digitalizing banking, as we find out through our conversation

From The Editor November 2017

With the global fintech giant PayPal officially ushered into Bangladesh, the door to cross border Internet payment has now been pushed ajar. There are restraints still, but this is a much awaited and needed start of the payment gateway. However, the state minister for the ICT Division Junaid Ahmed Palak

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‘A HUMAN RESOURCE WITH DIVERSIFIED BACKGROUNDS IS A PLUS POINT FOR ANY BANK’

By the time this interview comes out in print in the beginning of November, Abrar A Anwar, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Standard Chartered, Bangladesh has already become the CEO of Standard Chartered, Malaysia. He is supposed to join the Malaysian operation of the UK based multination bank from

US-BANGLA HAS LEARNED ITS LESSONS FROM THE FAILURES OF THE EARLIER AIRLINES

After completing honors and masters in Economics from Shah Jalal University of Science and Technology (SUST), Kamrul Islam started his career in GMG Airlines as an Assistant Manager of Marketing and PR in 1998. After working there for nearly seven years, he worked in Wind Mill Advertising for a brief

‘IT IS POSSIBLE FOR BANGLADESH TO REPLICATE THE MODELS OF LEADING TOURISM COUNTRIES TO GET THE SAME SUCCESS’

Md Al-Amin, in many ways, is exactly how one might expect the director of sales and marketing of an international hotel chain to be like: likeably smart and elegantly charismatic. ‘PR and event specialist’ Sanjida Islam seated the Fintech team on the 23rd floor of The Westin, inside the spectacular

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