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JAAGO to build youth as future leaders

The Future We Want: Chattogram Chapter With the aim of helping young people to reach their full potential, JAAGO Foundation organized “THE FUTURE WE WANT- Promoting Youth in Civic Engagement, Education, Employment and Entrepreneurship” in collaboration with International Labor Organization (ILO) and UNICEF with the theme of Generation Unlimited. The seminar in

Premier Bank Limited inks a deal with Bangladesh Bank Refinance Scheme for New Entrepreneurs

The Premier Bank Limited has signed an agreement with Bangladesh Bank Refinance Scheme for New Entrepreneurs in Cottage, Micro and Small Enterprise Sector  to support the development of the new entrepreneurs. Mrs. Laila Rashid, General Manager- SME & Special Programmes Department, Bangladesh Bank and M. Reazul Karim, Managing Director & CEO

JAAGO to promote youths in entrepreneurship

The Future We Want: Sylhet Chapter JAAGO Foundation in collaboration with International Labour Organization and UNICEF under Generation Unlimited organized a dialogue “THE FUTURE WE WANT- Promoting Youth in Civic Engagement, Education, Employment and Entrepreneurship" at Hotel Star Pacific of Sylhet on December 20. This program facilitated dialogues, activities and group discussions

Renaissance Hotels Debuts in Bangladesh with Renaissance Dhaka Gulshan

Renaissance Hotels, the global lifestyle hotel brand well-known for their programs that help guests discover unexpected experiences, today unveiled the Renaissance Dhaka Gulshan. The opening marks the debut of Renaissance Hotels in Bangladesh, which further expands the Marriott International portfolio to four global hotel brands in the country. Taking pride in

Trapping memories

World Audiovisual Heritage Day on October 27 “Engage the past through sound and image”— this is the theme of this year’s World Day for Audiovisual Heritage to be celebrated worldwide on October 27. In the world of smartphone, social media and big data, capturing past through sound and image is no difficult

Revised Digital Commerce Policy yet to get Cabinet approval

The Digital Commerce Policy, which has been formulated and revised to attract foreign investment, is yet to get the approval of the Cabinet Division. In the last week of July, the reviewed policy was forwarded to the Cabinet for approval. The government brought changes in the policy by publishing a gazette notification following objections