“female entrepreneurs need policy support and more budgetary allocation”

On 30th March, 2019, Women Entrepreneurs' Association, the oldest platform of women for business in Bangladesh, celebrated its silver jubilee at Gulshan Club, Dhaka. Chief guest, Mr. Atiqul Islam, Mayor of Dhaka North City Corporation emphasized on the fact that women contributed a lot in the sector of apparel exports of Bangladesh but people are still unaware of their contribution.
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The opportunities and challenges of f-commerce for female entrepreneurs of Bangladesh

Facebook, is not only social media, but has become a platform for Bangladeshi female entrepreneurs to conduct business with over 2 crore users in Bangladesh. However, there are opportunities and challenges of this relatively new dimension of conducting business, not as usual. F-commerce stands for Facebook commerce which refers to overseeing online business activities through a Facebook page or Facebook application
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NUS rolls out entrepreneurship friendly scholarships

Speaking of innovation, National University of Singapore (NUS) has introduced scholarships for first year undergraduate students who are keen on starting their own venture upon graduation. The scholarship will cover tuition fee and living expenses for four years of undergraduate studies and allows recipients to apply for seed funding of up to S$50,000 for their start-ups, upon graduation. Awardees will also
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Book On Young Entrepreneurs’ Business Startup Strategies Published

A journal book titled ‘Youth Entrepreneurship: How to start …?’  has recently been launched. Young Entrepreneur & Freelance Journalist Syed Rabius Shams, in association with the Centre for Entrepreneurship Development (CED), BRAC University (BRACU) has penned and published the inimitable manuscript. The book on entrepreneurship and startup ecosystem development focuses on the Bangladeshi prospective youth entrepreneur's journey and discusses on
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Singapore Institute of Management Kicking Off An Entrepreneurship Support Program

The Singapore Institute of Management (SIM), a Singapore-based private business school, announced today it’s kicking off an entrepreneurship support program, putting aside US$35 million for this purpose. The first part of the initiative is Platform E, a program that’s meant to be part school and part incubator for both aspiring and more experienced businesspeople. Other parts will be announced later.
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Entrepreneurship with festivity

Naser Mohisn, a serial entrepreneur believes in finding innovative ways to reach out to customer. He believed that the taste and choice of customers are ever changing and the entrepreneurs need to come up with new ideas to match that changing nature. Mohsin and his event management company-Third Eye Solution- (where he works as the Director of Planning) have taken a
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5 Reasons Why Startups Are Not For Everyone

Startups are not for everyone, and that’s no surprise! Otherwise, every person in the world would be a Jack Ma or a Mark Zuckerberg. Entrepreneurs are respected all around the world, and that privilege doesn't come for free. Here’s a list of things you’ll need to check before you start up.
  • Ability to adapt to change: If you’ve worked at large companies
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One of the Graduating Founder’s take on Founder Institute Program in Karachi

Showcasing their Karachi chapter (one of over 65 campuses around the globe) on Saturday, 25th April, the Founder Institute was created in 2009 and has graduated more than 1500 technology company founders since. TechJuice sat down with one of the graduates, Sibtain Jiwani, CEO & Founder of, to discuss his experience. TJ – How did you hear about Founder Institute
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