As a growing economy that needs to adopt clean technology, Bangladesh requires coordinated efforts and proper policy support to achieve net zero by 2050, said experts yesterday.
Bangladesh Bank has raised the fund for the digital refinance scheme to Tk 500 crore from Tk 100 crore, dedicated for disbursement of “digital nano loan” among marginalised people.
The top 52 startups received BDT 7 crore in the 3rd iteration of the Bangabandhu Innovation Grant (BIG) 2023, organised by the Innovation Design and Entrepreneurship Academy (iDEA) Project of Bangladesh Computer Council (BCC) under the ICT Division.
Quality education is a requirement for “Smart Bangladesh,” and it will be an irremediable loss if the country fails to educate its young generation in order to reap the benefits of a demographic dividend that will slip away in the 2030s.
Over 50 companies showcased futuristic services and highlighted ground-breaking technologies
The budget is only an account of the government's income and expenditure, one can’t expect it to make any fundamental changes to the economic structure.
The government has to invest in good education; a meagre two percent of the nation’s GDP is not going to create a "Smart Bangladesh."
During the recent Bangladesh Business Summit, it was clear that the next era of growth will come from a collective and collaborative effort. Today, Bangladesh is one of the world’s fastest-growing economies and is proudly building up to the trillion-dollar journey ahead.