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ASPIRING WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS AND SUCCESSFUL WOMEN TALK ABOUT THEIR DIGITAL FOOTPRINT AT DW 2017

The ‘Women in Digital Economy’panel at Digital World 2017 consisted of three emerging women entrepreneurs and five industry veterans who have made it to the top. They talked about what they are working on, their journey and their visions. At the end of the panel discussion the panelist officially inaugurated

‘WE CAN’T HAVE A DIGITAL BANGLADESH WITHOUT A DIGITAL ECONOMY’

Anyone using a debit/credit card knows the familiar message showing ‘Verified by Visa’ or ‘MasterCard SecureCode’ at payment checkout points. It lets you know that your transaction is safe. In Bangladesh a local company’s name is being seen increasingly at many online payment points, showing that a Bangladeshi company is

MOBILE GAME DEVELOPING IS NO CHILD’S PLAY: CAN BANGLADESH GET A PIECE OF THE HUNDRED-BILLIONDOLLAR PIE?

The ‘Career In Gaming Industry: Present And Future’ session held at Digital World 2017 on the opening day of the four-day event had industry experts and field-related government officials come together on a panel to talk about Bangladesh’s potential to reap the benefits off of the massive gaming industry. Masha

‘LENOVO IS DETERMINED TO GET TO NUMBER ONE IN BANGLADESH BECAUSE IT IS ONE OF THE KEY FOCUS MARKETS IN SOUTH ASIA’

Lenovo is on the verge of diving head first into the chasm of the computer market in Bangladesh. Will it land on its feet victorious, beating the contestants? Regardless, the company is determined to be a pro-active player in the PC and smart device marketplace in the country. The reason Lenovo

TOYOTA COASTER: A CORPORATE TRANSPORT SOLUTION LIKE NO OTHER

Beginning in 1964, Navana’s partnership with Toyota forged a permanent relationship, which essentially built Toyota’s business in the then East Pakistan and later in Bangladesh’s market. In the process the European and American brands like Volkswagen, General Motors, and Ford were pushed out of the market in the late 60s.

SOCIAL STIGMA AND LACK OF AWARENESS PREVENT WOMEN FROM ENTERING THE HOTEL SECTOR

Editor's note: As a part of our journalism in the fintech sector, we often look into diverse fields and how IT and fintech operate within those fields. We recently probed into the hospitality and hotel sector to find out about the ERP and other IT solutions Bangladeshi hotels are incorporating. In

‘I DREAM OF DEMOCRATISING TECHNOLOGY IN BANGLADESH – WHERE EVERY CITIZEN HAS ACCESS TO TECHNOLOGY’

Sonia Bashir Kabir needs no introduction. Although often reduced to just a ‘woman’ role model, which she is, her illustrious career can certainly be an example to follow for both men and women in the tech business or any other business in any profession. With her past experiences of heading Microsoft’s

DELL EMC IS SERIOUS ABOUT INVESTING IN BANGLADESH AND WE WILL CONTINUE TO INVEST

The vice president of Dell EMC for the Asia Emerging Markets and VMware Synergy in Asia Pacific and Japan, Chue Chee Wei visited Dhaka last month to inaugurate a Dell Experience Centre. We caught up with Mr. Chuei at Dell EMC’s Gulshan office and sat down for an interview. Chue Chee

‘ROMANIA PLANS TO GAIN TEN PERCENT OF TOTAL MARKET SHARE BY NEXT YEAR’

Ask any recruiter in Bangladesh’s food and beverage industry and they are probably going to recognise a young man by the name of Shah Foysal Hossain. And for good reason too. This marketing executive and strategist earned his share of corporate notoriety by designing market changing brands and churning out

‘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

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