In the dynamic world of business, startups can be visualised as young saplings, full of potential, aspiring to mature into towering oaks. Their journey from a fledgling idea to a robust enterprise is riddled with challenges and opportunities.
Amidst the modern wave of change, one challenge remains consistent: building and fostering professional relationships. For many young leaders, the task of establishing credibility and trust in a world dominated by experienced professionals can be particularly daunting.
The meteoric rise of AI has spawned a myriad of career avenues, some of which are among the most lucrative and in-demand globally. For those seeking to immerse themselves in this transformative sector, a granular understanding of the prominent roles and the core competencies required is paramount.
Intelligent Machines, a Dhaka-based company that provides enterprise AI products and data science services, has etched itself as a notable name in Bangladesh's AI-based tech industry. We recently caught up with Mohammad Oli Ahad, the founder and CEO of Intelligent Machines, to learn more about the company’s mission, technological triumphs, and the strategies propelling it forward.
In today's fluid job market, the concept of personal branding has ascended from a marketing buzzword to a career imperative. Your personal brand isn't just a lofty abstract; it's a concrete strategy that could well determine your career trajectory. Here's how you can lay its foundations.
Steve Poré is the Regional Marketing Director - Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa (APMEA) at BAT, with an illustrious career. n a sit-down conversation with him, we explored Steve’s exceptional career, international exposure, insights into Bangladesh's potential and the rising prowess of its youth.
In today's dynamic professional landscape, the significance of building a robust network cannot be overstated. It's not just about accumulating business cards or LinkedIn connections – networking for professionals is a strategic investment in your career that goes beyond mere social interaction.
In the whirlwind of rapid growth, strategic communication becomes vital, enabling organisations to disseminate information and engage, listen, and respond to key stakeholders' diverse needs and expectations.
In an era marked by rapid technological advancements and seismic shifts in the global economy, the modern workplace is undergoing a transformation that is nothing short of revolutionary. Gone are the days when a single skill set could carry one through a lifetime of employment. Today, adaptability, agility and continuous learning are not just buzzwords; they are imperatives for survival.