Week In Review: SD Asia’s Top 3 Articles From Last Week

Every day, we at SD Asia work hard to bring you the best startup, entrepreneurship, business and tech news from Bangladesh, from Asia and around the world. There are times when we hear of news that holds us in awe, or times when our review lists have created a storm. More importantly, we try to inspire the Bangladeshi startups first. Sometimes we deliver some advice pieces for the entrepreneurs and tech lovers.

Without further delay, here are our top 3 articles from last week,

  1. Young Entrepreneurs Joined GPAccelerator Info Session


“How will GPAccelerator program help the startups? What is the process of providing the seed funding? What will be the process of equity share among the co-founders?”

Young entrepreneurs came with many such questions to the ‘GPAccelerator Info Session’ held yesterday at the co- working space in Banani called Moar.

Entrepreneurs were overly excited to know about the program so that they can apply with their own startup. All the queries regarding the application process for the GPAccelerator program were answered.


2.Factors Potential Acquirers Care About Most


Companies that are in the process of purchasing a startup do not take the decision instantaneously. As a startup, you need to have a regular conversation with acquirers to figure out what matters to them. You need to well understand their mindset so that you can grab their attention.

Here are top three issues any potential acquirers care about most-

3. Mobile gaming apps: The challenges ahead



Even though mobile gaming apps comprised the largest chunk of app download from different app stores in Bangladesh, the mobile gaming industry hasn’t flourished here in satisfactory scale because of several reasons.

Bangladesh’s total revenue from locally developed mobile games has not reached $5 Million event though it has a present gaming market of more than $15million.

Experts concerned with the industry said that the mobile game development could be the next big thing in the IT sector only if systematic approaches are taken in creating game developers.

Tousif Alam