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Business Desk :
The Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI) has emphasized on garnering necessary technical knowledge and proper planning to run e-commerce businesses. The country’s apex trade body also put emphasis on tapping the huge potentials of e-commerce sector through gaining technological knowledge side by side the necessity of proper survey on customer and products and an ‘entrepreneur friendly E-Commerce Policy’.
These observations came from an Institutional Workshop on ‘e-Commerce and Digital Marketing for SME’s jointly organized by FBCCI and Friedrich-Naumann Foundation (FNF) held at a city hotel on Tuesday. Digital Marketing Consultant & CEO of Ovlea Digital & Ecommerce Md Zubayer Arifeen, Manager (ICT) of SME Foundation Md Mostafizur Rahman, Head of Marketing of Goopy Bagha Productions Limited Nuzhatul Kaunain, Senior Assistant Secretaries of FBCCI Mahmudur Rahman and Shahmina Isha Mannan were the resource persons of the two-day workshop.
Earlier on Monday, the workshop was inaugurated by FBCCI Acting Secretary General Hussain Jamil. Country Representative of FNF Dr Najmul Hossain, among others, was present. On completion of the two-day program, certificates were distributed among the participants. FBCCI Directors Yousuf Ashraf and Hafez Harun-Or-Roshid presented the certificates at the closing ceremony. FBCCI Acting Secretary General Hussain Jamil and Secretaries of FBCCI Afsarul Arifeen and Shah Md Abdul Khaleque were present. Some 55 representatives from different Chambers and Association of FBCCI attended the workshop. Participants at the workshop shared their experiences and the obstacles that they face to run their business. FBCCI in partnership with FNF is holding a series of programmes on digitization, e-Commerce and Smart City.