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‘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

IoT ECOSYSTEM TO TAKE BANGLADESH AHEAD

Internet is continuing its triumphant march across the globe. Across the globe, there has been an ongoing demand for making internet a basic human right now. Just few years ago in Bangladesh, internet usage was limited to a certain group of people -perceived to be at the upper echelon- of the

IS BANGLADESH READY FOR A DIGITAL ECONOMY?

Malaysian startup Aladdinstreet, an exclusive premium quality and halal focused commodity e-marketplace that caters to both B2B and B2C communities over the Internet in Malaysia and overseas. Brand360 is a branding and marketing consultancy company, focused on building strategy, brand design and marketing. EOnnet is another Malaysian startup that provides

THE IMPORTANCE OF INDUSTRY-ACADEMIA PARTNERSHIP

Bangladesh MBA Association, in association with Bangladesh Brand Forum, organized a discussion on September 30 at IBA Alumni Club. The theme of the discussion was “Academia-Industry Partnerships: Business Education Perspective”. Having some of the top leaders from industry and academia in the audience, the panel consisted of Abrar A Anwar, Chief

LEADERSHIP MATTERS

For a financial institution on the brink of collapse, revival is the hardest possible option as the cutthroat money market barely let any injured player to recuperate and come back. Unless, a true maestro takes charge… With the swings of his baton, all the dysfunctional organs start orchestrating in the same tune

WHY PEOPLE MATTER IN A FINTECH WORLD?

Their fears are not misplaced, or unique to the industry. Just as technology hollowed out American manufacturing and eliminated the middle-man in commerce, it’s driving significant disruption and disinter mediation on Wall Street. New technologies are squeezing out mediocre financial advisers,regardless of whether they work in wirehouses or fiduciary registered investment

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