Accelerating Bangladesh

Accelerating Bangladesh

Pacing towards a Smarter Bangladesh

The country's startup ecosystem has grown significantly over the past decade, attracting investments from both domestic and international sources.

Augmedix: Building the builders of a Smart Bangladesh

Founded in 2012 by two Stanford graduates: Ian Kazi Shakil and Pelu Tran, Augmedix today is a cutting-edge healthcare technology company based in San Francisco, U.S.,

Bazar365: Reimagining grocery shopping with green technology

The pandemic acted as a catalyst for all e-commerce industries in Bangladesh. Therefore, it came as no surprise when it helped the grocery e-commerce business to grow ten folds in a matter of months.

zDrop: When trust and transparency are the way to go

With a population of over 170 million people, the growth of e-commerce business in Bangladesh has been phenomenal in recent years.

Zaynax Health: Health super app eliminating gap in Healthcare access

One night, Rokeya Afsari, a housewife from Gazipur, found her 6-month-old baby suffering from a severe breathing problem.

iFarmer: The tech-enabled one-stop solution for smallholder farmers

Bangladesh is home to about 16.5 million farmers, constituting about 28% of the country's 170 million population.

Truck Lagbe: Redefining traditional trucking

Trucks have always played a critical role in the economic and logistics development of Bangladesh. Not only are they a reliable method of transporting large quantities of goods across distant areas, but their versatility in construction, mining and manufacturing jobs also makes them an irreplaceable asset in the transport industry.

Pickaboo: Delivering convenience at your doorstep

There is rarely ever a need to leave the comfort of one's home in the post-pandemic era of online shopping to purchase any products.