Bangladeshi e-logistics startup ‘Jahaji’ has become one of the top six winners of ‘Seed Spark South Asia (Cohort 4) program’ of Stanford University in the USA.
In the last three and a half years, their startup 'Ifarmer' has given loans to some 17,000 farmers in 19 districts. Not only that, in addition to providing training and advice to farmers on cattle ...
The minister has further proposed to exempt start-ups from submitting all types of reports except income tax return
The International Space Station (ISS) is set to become busier than usual this week when its crew welcomes aboard four new colleagues from Houston-based startup Axiom Space, the first all-private ...
Imagine hopping onto an upright flying saucer to go work or play, without dealing with road traffic.
A two-hour virtual roundtable on digital business and ecommerce was organised on 22 January as part of an initiative by Preneur Lab Youth and Innovation Trust
IDLC Venture Capital Fund I invests its Tk 450 million fund corpus to help grow early-stage technology companies in Bangladesh and provide disproportionate returns to its investors.
Grameenphone has launched GPA 3.0, the flagship accelerator programme to co-create a startup ecosystem and accelerate the digitalisation journey in Bangladesh
Speakers at a Silicon Valley seminar highlighting Bangladesh's economic potential called on American and international investors, as well as Non-Resident Bangladeshis (NRBs), to invest in the country
If we can coordinate among government, industry and academia properly, many large enterprises will be successful, state minister for information and communication technology (ICT) Zunaid Ahmed Palak ...
Amazon announced a $250 million fund to invest in startups and entrepreneurs focusing on technology innovations in SMB digitisation, agriculture and healthcare in India
A robot armed with virus-killing ultraviolet light is being tested on Swiss airplanes, yet another idea aiming to restore passenger confidence and spare the travel industry more pandemic pain
A team of five Bangladeshi teenagers won a campaign by Hong Kong-based global youth development charity.
Arif Mohammad Abdus Shakur Chowdhury and Rubaba Akhter struggled hard to make their dreams come true. Today they are established entrepreneurs and their dreams have come true