A three-day festival started from September 10 at BCS Computer City on the occasion of entering its 21 year. There are various discounts and gifts for the buyers in this three day event.
Launched on September 11, 1999, BCS Computer City is located at the IDB building in Agargaon, Sher-e-Bangla Nagar, the heart of Dhaka. The IDB building, which has an eye-catching architectural style, has all the modern facilities and a combination of ICT products. And this is why buyers come here every day to buy ICT or technology products.
The four-storied building, which covers an area of about 100,000 square feet, has more than 156 technology product centers selling various computer hardware, accessories and IT products.
According to the organizers, on the occasion of BCS Computer City entering its 21st year, “We are going to organize a three-day festival on September 10-12 on behalf of the Market Committee”.
During this three-day event, there are various discounts and gifts for all buyers from our sponsors. In addition to the festival, there will be an online drawing competition for children, prizes and a commemorative event about our market, from where there will be gift items for the best three. Gifts will be provided by sponsors Asus, D-link, HP and MSI
In this regard, the convener of the committee and the current president of BCS Computer City A.L Mozher Imam Chowdhury (Pinu) said, “I would like to play a role in the implementation of Digital Bangladesh announced by the Honorable Prime Minister and build a developed Bangladesh in 2021.
We hope that the computer market will once again resonate with people from all over the country in our traditional and modern BCS Computer City. We are organizing this in compliance with the overall hygiene rules of Corona”.
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