A Seminar on ‘BANGLADESH RISING: Power for Human Development’ organized by Bangladesh MBA Association (BMBAA) held at City’s Khazana Restaurant on May 30 this year.
The Keynote Speaker of the Seminar was Mr Nasrul Hamid, State Minister of Power, Energy & Mineral Resources. Panel Discussants were Mr Mohammad Hossain, DG of Power Cell & Dr Syed Ferhat Anwar, Professor of IBA, University of Dhaka.
The state minister said, “We are going to reach the summit of digitization including power and energy as well. So we have lot of data resources and that resources should be maintained properly. Even in importing business, we are progressing but you need to convince the bureaucrats to make relationships with us”.
“Besides, we want to make the dream ‘Sonar Bangla’ of Bangabandhu come true along with you”, said he.
Mr Nazmul Hasan Papon, President of the Association, along with several other iconic business personalities and corporate leaders also attended the Seminar.
He said, “No doubt that Bangladesh is moving forward. The MBAs of Bangladesh are playing an important role to take the country into the world’s doorstep. And we all know about private sector. This sector is highly dominated by MBA and IBA professionals. I must say, IBA and MBA are mostly contributing in country’s development. Today we are talking about the advancement of the country and we are proud that we, the MBAs are the part of this journey”. Bangladesh MBA Association (BMBAA) is the oldest registered association of MBA-degree holders of Bangladesh. This was formed in 1986 by some of the senior most Bangladeshi MBA graduates from IBA of University of Dhaka, IBA of University of Karachi, Harvard Business School of Harvard University, Wharton Business School of University of Pennsylvania, Stanford Graduate School of Stanford University and similar other institutions.
BMBAA remains committed to its mission of forming a strong professional body of MBA Graduates in Bangladesh; with the twin objectives of providing professional development to its members, as well as advocacy on national policies to engage the business community and the relevant government bodies.