Grameenphone and The Daily Star to jointly organize webinar on digital transformation | The Daily Star
08:10 PM, May 16, 2021 / LAST MODIFIED: 08:13 PM, May 16, 2021

Grameenphone and The Daily Star to jointly organize webinar on digital transformation

Grameenphone, in association with The Daily Star, is going to jointly organize a webinar titled 'Accelerating Digital Transformation During Challenging Times' tomorrow on May 17, 2021, on the occasion of 'World Telecommunication and Information Society Day'.

The webinar is an endeavor to invite varying opinions from industry players and experts on the increasing importance of digital transformation to deal with the unprecedented challenges created by the pandemic and how growth in the country's ICT sector could contribute to the overall development. The event will be broadcasted live on The Daily Star and Grameenphone's Facebook page.

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Mustafa Jabbar, Minister, Posts and Telecommunications Division, will take part in the webinar as the chief guest with BTRC Chairman Shyam Sunder Sikder as the special guest. Atsuko Okuda, Regional Director, International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Regional Office for Asia and The Pacific, will deliver the keynote speech at the event.

Apart from them, Solaiman Alam,  Acting CEO and Chief Digital and Strategy Officer, Grameenphone Limited; Anir Chowdhury, Policy Advisor, A2i; Syed Almas Kabir, President, Bangladesh Association of Software and Information Services (BASIS); Selim R F Hussain, CEO, Brac Bank Limited; Syed Mohammad Kamal, Country Manager, Mastercard Bangladesh, Mominul Islam, CEO, IPDC Finance Ltd.; and Adnan Imtiaz Halim, CEO of Sheba XyZ, will also share their insights at the webinar. Khairul Basher, Head of Communications, Grameenphone, will lead the discussion at the webinar as the moderator.

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