Country’s beverage brand PRAN Up and e-commerce site Daraz.com is going to launch a new offer to the customers titled ‘PRAN UP Daraz Top Up Offer’.
PRAN UP and Daraz recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) at PRAN Center of the capital’s Badda.
PRAN UP will bring the offer through its special label. QR code will be given in the label of PRAN UP and customer need to install Daraz app through scanning the QR code. Therefore, a unique code has been given below the cap of PRAN UP bottle. When customer will give the unique code from Daraz app, he or she will get taka 20 in his phone. The offer will be applicable for all mobile operators and available for the PRAN UP 500ml, 1 and 2 liter bottles.
Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited (IBBL), First Security Islami Bank Ltd., Social Islami Bank Limited, Union Bank Limited and NRB Global Bank Limited jointly organised the Digital Banking Fair at Khilgaon Girls School and College in the capital.
The fair was inaugurated on Saturday (29 February) where State Minister for Industries Ministry Kamal Ahmed Majumder was present as the chief guest.
The programme was presided over by Professor Md Nazmul Hassan, PhD, Chairman of IBBL where Omar Farooque, Managing Director of Union Bank, Muhammad Qaisar Ali, Additional Managing Director of IBBL and Mohammad Jamal Uddin Mazumder, Senior Executive Vice president of IBBL were special guests.
Mohammad Ullah, Executive Vice president and Head of Dhaka East Zone of IBBL addressed the welcome speech.
Easy Build has introduced full-fledged services on clients’ demand and likings to build a house with all architectural, structural, plumbing and electrical drawings facilities.
Rahat Zahan Shamim, chief operating officer, Easy Build, said everyone has a dream to have his/her own house. Perhaps some people have their own lands to build house.
But many don’t dare to start construction activities of their dream house as process of building a house is complex and faces hassle to buy construction materials. The customers will get complete building solutions at Easy Build.
He also said Easy Build started its journey in 2016. At the beginning, only building materials were available at the outlets. Later, we have added services which are needed to build a house.
Shamim added that there are about 4,000 building materials in seven categories including water and gas supply, kitchen, safety and security, construction, electrical and sanitary.
Amdadul Islam, senior brand manager, Easy Build, said “It’is difficult to avail home loan. We’ve an agreement with country’s leading financial institution IDLC so that our clients can get the loan easily.”
Under the agreement, the customers will get the loan for highest 25 years and the rate of interest will be 0.5 percent less than the existing interest rate, he added.
There are 10 Easy Build outlets across the country including Dhaka.
To popularize the digital banking products Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited, First Security Islami Bank Ltd., Social Islami Bank Limited, Union Bank Limited and NRB Global Bank Limited jointly organized Digital Banking Fair 2020 at Chittagong Club in Chattogram city on Saturday.
Presided over by Md. Mahbub ul Alam, managing director & CEO of IBBL, A.K.M. Mohiuddin Azad, executive director, Bangladesh Bank, Chattogram was present the function as chief guest.
Md. Saleh Iqbal, deputy managing director of IBBL was present as a guest of honor.
Md. Nayer Azam, head of Chittagong North Zone of IBBL addressed the welcome speech.
Executives, officers, employees and clients of different banks attended the function.
The 17th edition of international tourism fair- US-Bangla Airlines Dhaka Travel Mart 2020 scheduled to begin in Dhaka from March 12 has been postponed due to ever increasing threat of pandemic and lethal COVID-19 infection.
Kazi Wahidul Alam, Chairman of the host organisation- The Bangladesh Monitor and Editor of the travel publication announced the postponement of DTM-2020 on Saturday.
A fresh date for holding the DTM-2020 will be announced soon, once the present situation improves, he added.
He said in 17-year history of the DTM, we’ve never encountered such a situation, which could deter us in holding the event on due date.”
“The present situation is beyond anybody’s control. We’re concerned about the health and safety of our partners, participants and visitors from home and abroad. We can’t take any risk,” he added.
About one hundred participants from Nepal, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, UAE, Oman, India and host Bangladesh registered for participating the travel and tourism fair while the organisers expected a record number of visitors this year.