Speakers emphasise zero tolerance of corruption to encourage entrepreneurs

Speakers in an entrepreneurship conference emphasized a zero tolerance policy against corruption by the public and private sector for sustainable entrepreneurship growth.

They urged developing entrepreneurial ecosystems with traditional marketing to digital marketing through artificial intelligence and use block-chain technology for enhancing ethical practice.

They came up with remarks In the 3rd International conference on ‘Entrepreneurship Development and International Economics under COVId-19 in Bangladesh’ organized by Entrepreneurial Economists club, Dhaka School of Economics.

The conference held on Saturday both physical and hybrid mode where 32 papers on entrepreneurship development in different sectors in Bangladesh and abroad were presented

Among these papers were agricultural, small industries and service sector and strengthening local government.

Dr. Qazi Kholiquzzaman Ahmad was present in the conference as the chief guest. Professor Sheikh Ekramul Kabir, head of admin of DScE, Professor Dr. Sujata Khandai, Amity University Noida, India Dr. Azreen Karim, research fellow, BIDS, Sara Tasneem, Assistant Professor, DScE and Md. Mahbubur Rahman, Editor, The Daily Global Nation and Executive Director of SDO, among others, spoke in the inaugural function.

Professor Dr. Muhammad Mahboob Ali, Coordinator, Entrepreneurial Economics of DScE chaired the program.

Source: United News of Bangladesh