Country’s popular furniture brand ‘Regal’ of RFL Group held its dealers’ conference at Rupganj in Narayanganj recently.
Some 350 dealers, engaged to serve Regal Furniture took part in the annual conference.
RN Paul, Managing Director of RFL Group, Bidyut Basu, Executive Director of Regal Furniture, Debashish Sarker, Head of Marketing, Rafiqul Islam, Head of Sales (North), Anwar Hosen, Head of Sales (South) were also present at the function.
Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited inaugurated its 668th Agent Banking Outlet at Rupasdi Uttar Bazar, Bancharampur, Brahmanbaria on Saturday. Md. Mahbub ul Alam, Managing Director of the Bank inaugurated the outlet as chief guest.
Md. Abdur Raquib, former Executive President of the Bank, addressed the program as guest of honour. Md. Mosharraf Hossain, Senior Executive Vice President and Head of Cumilla Zone, presided over the program. Md. Helal Miah, Chairman of Amanat Shah Group and Md. Mahboob Alam, Executive Vice President of the Bank attended the program as special guests.
Md. Mohsin Miah, Chairman of Rupashdi Union Parishad, Md. Yunus Miah, Md. Selim Reza, Miah Md. Farid Uddin, educationists, Md. Delwar Hossain, Social worker, Md. Ferdous and Shyamal Chandra Sutradhar spoke at the program, said a press release.
Md. Saiful Islam, Head of Bancharampur Branch of the Bank, gave welcome speech. Ankhi Alamgir Mitu, Bank’s agent and proprietor of M/s Brishti Traders along with local businesspersons, professionals and dignitaries attended the function.
Rupasdi Agent Banking is the 668th outlet of the Bank & 100th of its Cumilla Zone.
Dhaka, Nov 6 (UNB)- Treat Chocolate, a product of PRAN Confectionery, was recognised as one of the best candy brand in Asia.
The candy was selected after a survey conducted by Socialbakers, a leading marketing website.
Socialbakers is now working with more than 10 thousands brands around the world. The organization conducted the survey form March 27 to September 26 this year to identify the successful brands for its activities through digital channel.
They selected more than 4 thousand brands for the survey.
Mayor of Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) Md Atiqul Islam on Tuesday underscored the need for sustainability plans for a good and prosperous apparel industry.
“In the 35-year journey of our industry, Bangladesh has become the second largest RMG exporting country in the world. The government wants to attain the status of a developed country by 2041. We can’t achieve the target if we don’t work together, share responsibilities and plan sustainably,” he said.
Atiqul, also former president of Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA), was addressing as the chief guest the inaugural session of the Sustainable Apparel Forum 2019 at International Convention City Bashundhara in the city.
Lauding the organisers, he said Bangladesh has created a new era of business relations in the apparel industry of the world.
The former BGMEA chief sought support from the government, buyers and partners for sustainable development of the sector.
Several plenary sessions were held with the participation of local and international people.
State Minister for Foreign Affairs M Shahriar Alam, Canadian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Benoit Prefonatine, Head of Sustainability - Global Production, H&M Group Pierre Borjesson, country director of International Labour Organization (ILO) Tuomo Poutiainen, Ambassador of Denmark to Bangladesh Winne Estrup Petersen, Better Work Bangladesh Country Programme Manager Anne-Laure Henry-Gréard, Senior Technical Director of Apparel Impact Institute An Zhou and Head of Labour Right Programme, C&A Foundation Jill Tucker were, among others, present.
Bangladesh Apparel Exchange (BAE) and BGMEA jointly organised the 2nd edition of Sustainable Apparel Forum (SAF) with the aim of accelerating the momentum of sustainability in Bangladesh apparel industry.
Meanwhile, the two-day 11th edition of Bangladesh Denim Expo, an international exposition to promote Bangladeshi denim goods, began at the same venue on Tuesday.
A total of 100 exhibitors from 11 countries, including Bangladesh, are taking part in the exhibition. The other participating countries are China, Japan, Italy, India, Singapore, Brazil, Spain, Pakistan, Turkey and Germany.
Dhaka, Nov 4 (UNB) – A two-day long exhibition of the 11th edition of Bangladesh Denim Expo, an international exposition to promote Bangladeshi denim goods, will begin on Tuesday.
For the first time, H&M Group, a Swedish multinational clothing-retailer, is collaborating with Bangladesh Denim Expo for its 11th edition to be held on November 5-6 at the International Convention City Bashundhara (ICCB) in Dhaka.
A total of 100 exhibitors from 11 countries, including host Bangladesh, will take part in the exhibition.
The other participating countries are China, Japan, Italy, India, Singapore, Brazil, Spain, Pakistan, Turkey and Germany, said a press release.
The theme - ‘Responsibility’ - will be addressing the level of social, environmental and economic responsibility the apparel industry holds to ensure products are produced in the most ethical, environmentally friendly and sustainable manner.
According to the release, in total 20 global leaders on apparel technology, innovation and automation from across the globe will share their enlightening thoughts about latest apparel products, technology and innovation in both events that will shape the future of the denim industry.
The expo will be magnetized by the presence of a number of guest speakers, including Andrew Olah, the Founder of Kingpins Denim show, Alice Tonello, R&D Director with the Tonello Group, world renowned denim designer, Piero Turk and Jordi Juani, Asia Regional Directors of Jeanologia.
Meanwhile, tomorrow, Bangladesh Apparel Exchange (BAE) and Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers & Exporters Association (BGMEA) are jointly organizing the 2nd edition of Sustainable Apparel Forum (SAF) with the aim of accelerating the momentum of sustainability in Bangladesh apparel industry at Hall-3 of the same venue.