Start-ups in Bangladesh went through a tough time in 2022 owing to the uncertainty in the global economy, but gloomier days for them might not go away any time soon since the decline in global investments is set to linger.
Startups! You probably come across this word everywhere, whether on television, in newspapers, or on the Internet. Thanks to the power of globalisation, the air of startup culture has reached Bangladesh as well. But is the business environment in Bangladesh hospitable enough to start and push a startup towards success? Do the start-up founders and their respective teams have a good support system to help them thrive?
A start-up company in India’s IT city Bengaluru has allowed half-an-hour for power nap for its employees in office, in the latest of novel moves by such firms to be staff-friendly amidst rising attrition post-Covid-19 pandemic.
Bangladesh has received foreign investments of over $750 million in the startup sector in a decade, said State Minister for Information and Communication Technology Zunaid Ahmed Palak today.