Government Policy

Women entrepreneurs to prove capability through competition

RAJSHAHI, Officials and chamber leaders urged the

women entrepreneurs to prove capability through competition for making their

business profitable and sustainable as well.

They said the competition may be possible if there is training on

products marketing coupled with ensuring quality of products.

They emphasized on proper utilization of innovations along with

assembling diversity and new ideas to production and manufacturing process.

They added importance should be given on product advertisement.

They were addressing a meeting of women entrepreneurs at conference hall

of Rajshahi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) yesterday.

Rajshahi unit of Bangladesh Women Chamber of Commerce and Industry

(BWCCI) organized the meeting on its biannual general meeting and oath-taking

of newly elected committee.

Commissioner of Rajshahi division Nur-Ur-Rahman and President of RCCI Md

Muniruzzaman addressed the meeting as chief and special guests respectively

with BWCCI local unit president Professor Rozety Naznin in the chair.

Additional Deputy Commissioner Alamgir Kabir, President of Bangladesh

Silk Industries Owners Association Liakat Ali and Editor of Daily Sonar Desh

Akbarul Hassan Millat also spoke.

Nur-Ur-Rahman said the present government under the dynamic leadership

of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has been working relentlessly for promoting

entrepreneurship through adopting various time-fitting measures. He said the

local women entrepreneurs should seize the opportunities.

Mr Rahman said that the Bangladesh has already achieved success in

implementing MDGs. 'Bangladesh is now in the front line among the SARRC

countries in meeting the MDGs including infant mortality rate and empowerment

of women and has entered into a middle-income country status', he said.

He also said that the landscape of the global business is changing

significantly through innovations, digital technology, consumer driven

culture, interactions and relationships between business entities.

Source: Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS)

Government Policy

Women entrepreneurs to prove capability through competition

RAJSHAHI, Officials and chamber leaders urged the

women entrepreneurs to prove capability through competition for making their

business profitable and sustainable as well.

They said the competition may be possible if there is training on

products marketing coupled with ensuring quality of products.

They emphasized on proper utilization of innovations along with

assembling diversity and new ideas to production and manufacturing process.

They added importance should be given on product advertisement.

They were addressing a meeting of women entrepreneurs at conference hall

of Rajshahi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) yesterday.

Rajshahi unit of Bangladesh Women Chamber of Commerce and Industry

(BWCCI) organized the meeting on its biannual general meeting and oath-taking

of newly elected committee.

Commissioner of Rajshahi division Nur-Ur-Rahman and President of RCCI Md

Muniruzzaman addressed the meeting as chief and special guests respectively

with BWCCI local unit president Professor Rozety Naznin in the chair.

Additional Deputy Commissioner Alamgir Kabir, President of Bangladesh

Silk Industries Owners Association Liakat Ali and Editor of Daily Sonar Desh

Akbarul Hassan Millat also spoke.

Nur-Ur-Rahman said the present government under the dynamic leadership

of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has been working relentlessly for promoting

entrepreneurship through adopting various time-fitting measures. He said the

local women entrepreneurs should seize the opportunities.

Mr Rahman said that the Bangladesh has already achieved success in

implementing MDGs. 'Bangladesh is now in the front line among the SARRC

countries in meeting the MDGs including infant mortality rate and empowerment

of women and has entered into a middle-income country status', he said.

He also said that the landscape of the global business is changing

significantly through innovations, digital technology, consumer driven

culture, interactions and relationships between business entities.

Source: Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS)