Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) and Bangladesh Embassy in South Korea yesterday jointly organized a training for the non-resident Bangladeshis staying in South Korea to skill them up to become entrepreneurs if they return to Bangladesh.
The 2-day online training course inaugurated on 10 January 2021, said a press release.
During the inauguration of the training course, DCCI President Rizwan Rahman said that the remittance fighters of Bangladesh working abroad are contributing a lot in the development of our economy.
He said about 13 million NRBs sent a record $ 18.2 billion in 2019-20.
He said the purpose of this training course is to train and motivate the NRBs to become entrepreneurs while they return to Bangladesh.
This training course will highlight how to get a license to start a business, company registration, strategic business plan, selecting place for industry, management of supply chain, accounting, business expansion and procedures of wind-up, he added.
Abida Islam, Ambassador of Bangladesh in Seoul, South Korea said NRBs are contributing a lot in building Bangladesh.
She said skills upgrade the workers and make them up-to-date that helps them become more competitive to earn more. In the world, the demand of Bangladeshi skilled workforce is increasing day by day.
At present about 10 thousand Bangladeshis are working in South Korea in different professions. Training on entrepreneurship development will increase their self-confidence, she added.
She said this training will guide them how to start a business in Bangladesh and they will also get self-confidence to invest.
- The FinTech Force: Neha Mehta’s Fight for a More Equitable Future - February 25, 2024
- U.S. Embassy Applauds Journalist National Election Safety Training - December 29, 2023
- “The Wolf of Wall Street: A Cautionary Tale of Excess and Greed” - March 3, 2023