BSEC Chairman Professor Shibli Rubayat-Ul-Islam chaired the seminar while Prime Minister’s Private Industry and Investment Advisor Salman Fazlur Rahman was the chief guest.
Foreign Secretary Masud Bin Momen was the special guest at the function while Andrew Boggs, Regional Strategy Lead, Bloomberg presented the keynote paper.
In the panel discussion, speakers focused on the foreign investment interest and the full-fledged shift to digital and digital services which may eventually lead to Digital Bangladesh.
Masud Bin Momen spoke about the digital shift of the Foreign Office for greater competence in serving the various line ministries and also the expatriates for greater economic and other benefits.
He shared the engagement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs with the a2i and the ICT Division to bring efficiency in mission services around the world along with creating substantial and substantiative contributions in the narrative epistemology of cutting-edge technology by cultivating imaginative minds and the nimble hands of people and connecting them globally.
Connecting the markets and providing a strong support platform to global supply chain solutions is a core facet of the government’s economic diplomacy.
The Foreign Secretary spoke about the role of private equity and other modes of finance in underwriting this huge architecture.
He also highlighted the role of freelance developers in connecting Bangladesh to the creative economy paradigm.
Masud emphasized bridging institutional voids and articulating inchoate demands.
Delegates and dignitaries from the government and regulatory authorities, financial institutes, and the business community of Bangladesh joined the programme.
Source: United News of Bangladesh