Nomrota Sarker

Abandoned opportunities: How demand latency hurts Bangladeshi brands

Demand latency is a universal phenomenon that companies are still struggling to get a grasp of. To build a more sustainable future for businesses in Bangladesh as well as understanding the impact of demand latency for the youth may secure the future of businesses across industries in the coming years. 

5d ago

Startup marketing and the dilemma of doing more with less

Early-stage startups in the seed stage commonly focus on building an in-house marketing team. This is because the startup’s core focus is developing an MVP with initial funding. If they are not offering a robust product to the market, any marketing effort for the startup is irrelevant.

2y ago

The fear of becoming a bad manager might make you one

Developing managerial skills from early on can help young professionals see through the challenges of becoming bad ones. While some companies tend to overlook the importance of addressing the fears, mapping out the concerns can help employees look forward to managing teams and departments more effectively.

2y ago

Listen actively, respond appropriately

Active listening is a process through which an individual secures information from other individuals or groups. Listening actively requires paying attention to what’s being said, while not interrupting the speaker and understanding the context entirely. The “active” aspect, however, requires some extra steps to complete the process of effective communication.

2y ago

How students can make the most out of LinkedIn

LinkedIn exposes students to networking or guidance opportunities, relevant knowledge about their fields, resources, and career options for the future. Here’s how students can get the most out of the social platform:

2y ago

Professional etiquette: an essential tool for managing workplace impression

The changing professional environment around us now demands more agility, adaptability, and fewer excuses from the workforce. With a growth mindset engraved into this population, having just good manners don’t suffice for surviving the challenges that come with it.

2y ago

Thrive Edtech raises USD 180k in pre-seed B round

Thrive Edtech, an education technology startup based in Dhaka has raised USD 180K in its pre-seed B round.

3y ago

Social media moderation in lockdown: Facebook lets users control algorithms –– to some extent

Facebook has launched some new in-app controls to give people some control over its algorithms. 2020 was all about how to moderate the consumption of the never-ending news feed. Considering this,

3y ago
May 21, 2024
May 21, 2024

Abandoned opportunities: How demand latency hurts Bangladeshi brands

Demand latency is a universal phenomenon that companies are still struggling to get a grasp of. To build a more sustainable future for businesses in Bangladesh as well as understanding the impact of demand latency for the youth may secure the future of businesses across industries in the coming years. 

November 19, 2021
November 19, 2021

Startup marketing and the dilemma of doing more with less

Early-stage startups in the seed stage commonly focus on building an in-house marketing team. This is because the startup’s core focus is developing an MVP with initial funding. If they are not offering a robust product to the market, any marketing effort for the startup is irrelevant.

October 1, 2021
October 1, 2021

The fear of becoming a bad manager might make you one

Developing managerial skills from early on can help young professionals see through the challenges of becoming bad ones. While some companies tend to overlook the importance of addressing the fears, mapping out the concerns can help employees look forward to managing teams and departments more effectively.

September 24, 2021
September 24, 2021

Listen actively, respond appropriately

Active listening is a process through which an individual secures information from other individuals or groups. Listening actively requires paying attention to what’s being said, while not interrupting the speaker and understanding the context entirely. The “active” aspect, however, requires some extra steps to complete the process of effective communication.

July 16, 2021
July 16, 2021

How students can make the most out of LinkedIn

LinkedIn exposes students to networking or guidance opportunities, relevant knowledge about their fields, resources, and career options for the future. Here’s how students can get the most out of the social platform:

June 18, 2021
June 18, 2021

Professional etiquette: an essential tool for managing workplace impression

The changing professional environment around us now demands more agility, adaptability, and fewer excuses from the workforce. With a growth mindset engraved into this population, having just good manners don’t suffice for surviving the challenges that come with it.

April 30, 2021
April 30, 2021

Thrive Edtech raises USD 180k in pre-seed B round

Thrive Edtech, an education technology startup based in Dhaka has raised USD 180K in its pre-seed B round.

April 9, 2021
April 9, 2021

Social media moderation in lockdown: Facebook lets users control algorithms –– to some extent

Facebook has launched some new in-app controls to give people some control over its algorithms. 2020 was all about how to moderate the consumption of the never-ending news feed. Considering this,

March 19, 2021
March 19, 2021

Understanding the basics of fundraising for early-stage startups

Early-stage startups are businesses focused on product development, building a customer base, and creating defensible value in the market. These companies might have a brilliant idea, a dedicated team, advisors, and supporters. They could even generate revenues to some extent. But to get the startup off the ground, capital is essential.

February 19, 2021
February 19, 2021

Scaling up your startup

Considering we have now been able to distinguish between a startup and a SME, the next thing we should ideally talk about is how they have different growth strategies. Startups are high risk,

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