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British Council Organizes Photo Exhibition on ‘Climate Change-Time for Action’

The event organized In collaboration with German Embassy, the British High Commission, and GIZ In collaboration with the German Embassy, the British High Commission and GIZ , the British Council has launched a photo exhibition, titled ‘Climate Change – Time for Action’ on 20 November 2019, at the British Council Cultural

Citi launches the 15th Microentrepreneurship Awards Program in Bangladesh

The program gives recognition to microentrepreneurs supporting economic fortunes of the country. As part of Citi’s ongoing commitment to the field of microfinance, Citi Bangladesh, with the support of the Citi Foundation, today launched the 15th Citi Microentrepreneurship Awards (CMA) program. The launching ceremony was attended by the high-level Advisory Council and

Business Analysis in the days of the 4th Industrial Revolution

Fourth Industrial Revolution has already set in. The World Economic Forum first drew the attention of the world to the Fourth Industrial Revolution which is driven by unprecedented technological developments. Rapid technological changes and digitalization have already landed a profound impact on Global economic growth and social progress. Technological changes have

Fraud Detection & Management

Prevent, detect and manage fraud across the enterprise, making smarter decisions, increasing return on capital and driving business performance are the key indicators of an organization that are thriving management. Banks are likely to become exposed to diverse frauds involving various intruders like: employees, customers and those with whom it has

Bitcoin, Libra Heading for Social Media Showdown

Twitter’s cofounder and chief executive Jack Dorsey and Facebook’s co-founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg have emerged as champions of two similar but opposing ideas: the internet needs its own currency, but one sees it as centralized, through Facebook, the other sees it as decentralised, through bitcoin, Billy Bambrough reported in Forbes. Zuckerberg appears

Interoperability for Financial Inclusion in Digital Bangladesh

Digital financial inclusion for the poor is now happening nowadays but still, the consumer is facing problem on payment. While traditional microfinance and banks remain important, the potential of using new technology-based platforms to serve the poor is huge. In particular, mobile network coverage and the use of a variety

The Enigma of Bangladesh’s Economic Success

Bangladesh has been marred by tragedy including: the 1971 Liberation War, poverty, natural disasters—and now—one of the world's largest refugee crises after receiving an influx of 750,000 Rohingya Muslims who fled persecution in neighboring Myanmar. However, with remarkably little international attention, Bangladesh has also become one of the world's economic success

‘Unique Solution Will Help You Get Better Response of Your Clients’

An interview with Fariah Shameem Akbar, Chairman, Arquitectura Private Limted A passionate architect with a big dream of breaking challenging boundaries of all obstacles around architectural facts, Fariah Sharmeen Akbar with her perfect camaraderie and her life partner Ar. Shafiul Azam Shamim is the key visionary person of her own independent Arquitectura