LankaBangla Finance has introduced two unique deposit schemes "Swasti" and "Protiva" with life insurance coverage free of cost in Bangladesh.
The main objective of these landmark deposit schemes is to build regular savings habits with an assurance of getting full maturity value for any unanticipated incident. LankaBangla Finance will pay the premium on behalf of the customers, according to a press release.
“Swasti” - “Money Builder” (DPS) scheme is a saving scheme where the customers will get dual benefits. Any Bangladeshi or Bangladeshi staying abroad (18 to 65 years) can receive various benefits from this scheme.
“Protiva” – “Money Builder” (DPS) scheme for the new generation to explore a new horizon. Exclusively designed for the children (under 18 years) to get full maturity value in case of any unanticipated incident of the guardian.
Other features of these two schemes are - flexible tenure between 24 and 60 months, scheme size as low as Tk 500, tax rebate, loan facility, flexible monthly payment system and multiple payment channels.
In this regard, Senior Executive Vice President & Head of Retail Business, LankaBangla Finance Limited, Khurshed Alam said, “Thinking about the future of the customers, we come up with two innovative and new deposit schemes, "Swasti" and "Protiva" with insurance coverage. We are hopeful that the "Swasti" deposit scheme will ensure a carefree life for the customer and the "Protiva" deposit scheme will ensure the safety of future generations.”
PRAN-RFL Group has distributed protective equipment among police and health workers in Chattogram for their safety amid coronavirus pandemic.
Nurul Afser, head of Corporate Brand at PRAN-RFL Group, handed over the items on Sunday, said a press release.
ABM Azad, divisional commissioner of Chattogram and Amena Begum, additional police commissioner (Administration and Finance) at Chattogram Metropolitan Police received the items on behalf of their respective organizations.
Kamruzzaman Kamal, marketing director of PRAN-RFL Group, said, “We have continued providing our support to the country to fight against corona. This time, we have distributed surgical masks, PPE, hand gloves and hand sanitizers of Getwell brand among the police and health workers of Chattogram.”
Meanwhile, PRAN-RFL group has set up an isolation unit at Amjad Khan Chowdhury Memorial
Hospital in Natore to ensure treatment of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) infected patients.
The group also donated corona sample collection booth, surgical masks, PPE, hand gloves and hand sanitizers to Director General of Health Services (DGHS) and 10 hospitals in Dhaka and Bhola.
Therefore, PRAN-RFL has already provided food to 60,000 helpless and poor families under its ‘Pashe Asi Bangladesh’ program who became workless during the general holidays across the country to contain the spread of coronavirus.
Mymensingh Zone of Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited organised special business development conference virtually on Sunday.
Md. Mahbub ul Alam, managing director and CEO of the bank addressed the conference as chief guest.
Mohammed Monirul Moula, Muhammad Qaisar Ali and Md. Omar Faruk Khan, additional managing directors of the bank addressed the conference as special guests.
Abu Reza Md. Yeahia, AAM Habibur Rahman and Md. Siddiqur Rahman, deputy managing directors, Mohammad Jamal Uddin Mazumder, Abul Faiz Muhammad Kamaluddin, Mohammed
Shabbir, Muhammad Sayeed Ullah and G M Mohd. Gias Uddin Quader, senior executive
vice presidents also addressed the conference.
Presided over by Muhammad Solaiman, head of Mymensingh Zone, head of branches under the zone attended the conference.
Khulna Zone of Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited (IBBL) held special business development conference virtually Wednesday.
Md Mahbub ul Alam, Managing Director and CEO of the bank addressed the conference as the chief guest.
Mohammed Monirul Moula, Muhammad Qaisar Ali and Md Omar Faruk Khan, Additional Managing Directors of the Bank addressed the conference as special guests.
Abu Reza Md Yeahia, AAM Habibur Rahman, Md Siddiqur Rahman and Md Mosharraf Hossain, Deputy Managing Directors, Mohammad Jamal Uddin Mazumder, Abul Faiz Muhammad Kamaluddin, Mohammed Shabbir, Md Mahboob Alam and Muhammad Sayeed Ullah and G M Mohd. Gias Uddin Quader, Senior Executive Vice Presidents also addressed the conference.
Also read: IBBL Dhaka zone holds online conference
Farhana lives in Dhanmondi with her in-laws while her parents are in Wari.
As the situation getting riskier everyday due to the coronavirus pandemic, she had to restrain herself from going out as well as from visiting her parents keeping everyone’s safety in mind.
After spending almost 60 days without visiting them, Farhana wished to do at least something for her parents.
As simple as sending fresh vegetables at their doorstep, while maintaining the distance, she thought.
There she found Hatch, a one-minute weekly grocery solution for fresh vegetables and fruits shopping through Messenger, said a media release.
Hatch, the first ever Messenger based weekly grocery platform in Bangladesh, starts its journey officially.
This unique venture offers 1-minute weekly grocery shopping experience using Messenger.
Now, anyone can enjoy fresh vegetables and fruits sitting at home spending only one minute to order without visiting any website or downloading any additional app.
To order from here, one simply needs to search Hatch on Messenger, select the Hatch orange logo page and follow 4 easy steps.
Write area name, select package, submit info and pay through card or mobile payments, that’s it.
Currently, Hatch is delivering throughout all the areas of Dhaka city.
Hatch celebrated 100 successful orders on the first weeks of launching, and people like Farhana have already become their recurring customers.
Mymuna Rashed and SMO Nawed, founders of Hatch share their story.
Mymuna, a pharmacy graduate with enthusiasm towards nutrition and health, first thought of the weekly grocery solution.
She realized that people need vegetables to build a better immune system, but often they find it hard to select the right vegetable, right amount and fresh ones for themselves. That is where Hatch comes in.
It not only helps people by providing curated packages, which are designed after months of research, it also helps them to order in just a few seconds. Thanks to the state of the earth BOT system, with zero latency and instant reply. People also have the choice of personalizing packages according to their weekly needs.
To help customers with individual needs, Mymuna spends 12-13 hours every day while being a mother of two young kids. SMO Nawed assists with the technological means and brand communication.
His experience of working in the country's one of the prominent chain super shop’s branding, definitely helps Hatch to be more trustworthy.
BotNinja in partnership with Hatch combines hyper local marketing with conversational A.I. The results are raw insights into how audiences convert on Messenger chatbots with 45% - 78% higher return on ad spend compared to web or app-based channels.
In terms of Hatch, utilizing this BOT system, anyone with the messenger app on their phone can directly order their weekly groceries, vegetables, and fruits in seconds.