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GP LAUNCHES CO-BRANDED 4G ENABLED SMARTPHONES

Grameenphone introduced two 4G smartphones on the eve of the launching of 4G services, as soon as it received the license. The co-branded smartphones were introduced through an unveiling ceremony at a city hotel on February 18. The two co-branded smartphones, WE T1 and Micromax Canvas 1, were formally introduced by

BASIS SOFTEXPO BAGS BETTER DEALS, ATTRACTS MORE PEOPLE THIS YEAR

Since its reincarnation in last year after a seven year hiatus, Softexpo has once again become the premium event of the country’s software and app makers, stepping out of the shadow of its big brother—Digital World. Organized by the Bangladesh Association of Software and Information Services (BASIS), this four day event

Leap into the light

After completing my BSc in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, I joined Grameenphone in September 2015 as a management trainee under the 'NBL- Next Business Leader' program. Initially, thousands of candidates applied for this. After an extensive recruitment process, which consisted of multiple layers of evaluation, only five cadidates were finally

FOUR KEYS TO BRINGING MORE WOMEN INTO THE TECH INDUSTRY

The discussion about gender equity in the workplace is nothing new. It’s been ongoing for decades, but we’ve made a good deal of progress overall. However, we still have a lot of problems encouraging diversity in tech. Varied perspectives make for a more dynamic, in-touch and ultimately sustainable organization, meaning that

Of the women, by the women, for the women

IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE) is one of the largest international professional organizations, that doesn’t just promote women engineers and scientists, but also inspire girls around the world to follow their academic interests in the male dominated arena of engineering and science. Connecting over 20 thousand members in over 70 countries

From The Editor March 2018

Dear readers, With the International Women's Day in mind, we have designed an issue that takes a look at the prominent women innovators and entrepreneurs in the ICT, fintech and banking sector. That is not to say their work and influence do not surpass the confines of these fields, neither to suggest

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TICKETING IS AN ESTABLISHED BUSINESS MODEL. TICKET GETS DIGITIZED IN ALL COUNTRIES FASTER COMPARED TO OTHER THINGS.

  'Shohoz’ in Bangla generally means ‘easy’. But it can also mean straight forward. Fittingly, its founder and managing director is a woman of extreme clarity, as became apparent in her hour-long interview with Fintech. Maliha Quadir emerged as one of the most important entrepreneurs in Bangladesh with the advent of the

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