To curb the spread of the coronavirus, authorities around the world implemented lockdown measures that have brought much of global economic activity to a halt; many businesses have been forced to reduce operations or shut down, and an increasing number of people are expected to lose their jobs; companies in the services industry, a major source of growth to many economies, were among the hardest hit in the coronavirus pandemic; manufacturers have also been hit, and world trade volume could once again plummet this year.
Remittance is the second-highest source of foreign currency earnings for Bangladesh, second only to the ready-made garments industry.
ICE Business Times initiated the e-panel discussion to dissect the issues that various sectors are facing in this pandemic. We have attempted to engage with industry experts to learn about the prevailing conditions of the markets and the possible strategies for a way out.
As Artificial intelligence, or AI as it is more popularly known, begins to shape people’s daily lives, brands have to seriously consider how they should realign their behaviour and interaction to engage more effectively with the evolving desires of customers.
By Rashna Mahzabin Digital Bangladesh movement started with vision 2021 in 2008. In the year-end of 2019, we look back at the progress report of