A passionate brand builder, Rezwan Habib expounds on the 3 pillars of DBL Group – Quality, Innovation and Sustainability and how change is inevitable and we must be adaptive to new measures and new ways of thinking forward.
Farhan Hadi, AGM and Head of Marketing, Rangs Limited explicates the effects of COVID-19 on the automotive industry, the inevitability of digitalisation and the future of the marketing profession.
Md Raziuddin Sourav from LankaBangla Finance Limited explains that a successful brand much like a person evolves with time, revisits its goals and revises its processes to adjust to changing landscapes and market scenarios through a continuous journey of learning, accepting, adapting and updating.
Rubayat Saleheen, Senior Vice President, Head of Marketing and Communications, Guardian Life Insurance Limited divulges on the current state of the insurance industry, how COVID-19 will change consumer behaviour permanently and his journey of becoming the flag bearer of Bangladeshi Insurance Industry.
Dedicated to Deliver In a conversation, Minhaj Ahmed, Deputy Managing Director at Ahmed Food Products (Pvt.) Ltd. divulges on the challenges the Bangladeshi food industry
THE TORCHBEARER OF TOWERCO Ricky Steyn, CMD of nation-building telecommunications partner edotco Bangladesh, expounds on leading the transformation of the telecommunications landscape and ecosystem of
As economies around the world face perilous times, Dr. Zaidi Sattar advises on the need to keep trade and investment policies open and welcome foreign direct investment, not just in words and on paper, but in action and, most importantly, in our mindset.
Dr Syed Abdul Hamid, Professor and Director, Institute of Health Economics, University of Dhaka divulges on the possibility of finding a new destination for our migrant workers and the importance of reforming the education system to enhance the skill set of the workforce.
Dr Fahmida Khatun, Executive Director, Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD) elaborates how the Bangladesh economy can get back on its feet through the proper utilisation of allocated funds and the importance of eliminating corruption to improve public services.
In a conversation, Dr Salehuddin Ahmed, Professor, BRAC University and former governor of the Bangladesh Bank, explicates how the government can use monetary instruments to revive the economy and the ways it can fund the national budget 2020-21.