The impact of the coronavirus pandemic is having a negative impact on the economy due to the loss of employment and increase in poverty worldwide. Various innovative ways and modules have to be thought of to revive the economy.
He said this while inaugurating a 12-week long investment readiness program called Accelerate Bangladesh organized by BetterStories Limited and Bangladesh Angels in collaboration with Bridge for Billions and Investment Growth.
The speaker mentioned that the initiative of Accelerate Bangladesh program to prepare startups to get investment through 8 impact and commercial investment readiness modules is really commendable.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has announced an incentive package for various sectors including small and medium industries to reduce financial losses. Additional allocations have been given by the government in various sectors including cash assistance for low income people, farmers, garment workers.
Many talented and skilled women are working in different sectors in our country. They should be involved in various business plans keeping in mind the balance between supply and demand. Through this, it will be possible to overcome the effects of recession and rebuild a dynamic and strong economy.
Bangladesh Angels CEO Nirjhar Rahman and Better Stories Limited's Chief Story Teller Minhaj Anwar conducted and moderated the program and Better Stories Limited's Director Selima Hossain gave a welcome speech.
Vineet Roy, Founder & Chairman, Aviskar Group, India, Tina Jabin, Managing Director, Startup Bangladesh, Sajid Rahman, Co-Founder, CEO, Digital Healthcare, Accusan Chakraborty, Partner, Aviskar Group, Maxim Chen, Program Manager, Roots of Impact, Co-Founder of Light Castle Partners spoke on the occasion. -Founder and CEO Bijan Islam etc.