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EdTech startup Shikho raises $4 million in new seed funding

Dhaka-based ed-tech startup Shikho announced today that it has raised US$4 million in new seed funding.  The round was led by Wavemaker Partners, a leading venture capital firm in Southeast Asia, with participation from returning investors LearnStart, the seed fund of...

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Wagely: Helping workers manage money better

Wagely began with the idea of providing workers with their earned but unpaid wages during times of financial need. Now it plans to become a holistic financial wellness platform for workers. Abdul Malek is a factory worker at SQ Group, a leading apparel manufacturing...

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A 22-year old Bangladeshi entrepreneur making food-delivery robots in South Korea

Labib Tazwar Rahman is a 22-year-old Bangladeshi tech entrepreneur, founder of InclusionX and one of the co-founders of Neubility, a Seoul-based company that develops autonomous food-delivery robots Labib was only a 20-year-old undergraduate student at Stanford...

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A 22-year old Bangladeshi entrepreneur making food-delivery robots in South Korea

Labib Tazwar Rahman is a 22-year-old Bangladeshi tech entrepreneur, founder of InclusionX and one of the co-founders of Neubility, a Seoul-based company that develops autonomous food-delivery robots Labib was only a 20-year-old undergraduate student at Stanford university when he, along with his friends, began meeting investors from prominent companies like Amazon, Hyundai etc. in different parts of the world, starting from South Korea, to Spain, and the US.  “When we used to organise debate competitions in school, we had to move from one potential sponsor to another, in search of funding, and convince them why it was in their interest to sponsor our event. It’s quite the same with...

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