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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...
Sonia Bashir Kabir shares Her Victory Story

Sonia Bashir Kabir shares Her Victory Story

We are celebrating 50 years of independence by taking inspiration from the women around us. Dabur partnered with The Business Standard to highlight such tales of inspiration. Five stop entries will be selected to represent the women who have achieved the most against...

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Golam Murshed: The architect of a billion-dollar company

Golam Murshed: The architect of a billion-dollar company

Golam Murshed, an entrepreneurial and visionary young business leader, is the managing director (MD) and chief executive officer (CEO) of Walton Hi-Tech Industries Limited. He has been serving Walton in various important positions for over a decade.  Murshed is most...

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He becomes industrialist after quitting bank job

He becomes industrialist after quitting bank job

He was a banker. After independence, he quit his job and became a businessman. His business started with the import of tyres. Then he focused on setting up an industry. He becomes successful at whichever business he starts.  He had a lucrative job in a bank. After the...

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Bangladeshi engineer Bashima named in Forbes 30 under 30 list

Bangladeshi engineer Bashima named in Forbes 30 under 30 list

Bashima Islam, an engineer from Bangladesh, has been named in the Forbes 30 under 30 list 2022 under the science category. "Islam, an incoming assistant professor at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), is engineering the next generation of internet of things [IoT]...

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Bangladeshi water engineer in top 2% of the world scientists

Bangladeshi water engineer in top 2% of the world scientists

Bangladeshi born water engineer Prof. Ataur Rahman of Western Sydney University, Australia has recently been included in the top 2% of world scientists. This list has been prepared by Stanford University by analysing publication data like number of publications,...

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