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Opportunities in Global

Market
Nasreen Awal
Vice-Chairperson
SCWEC, Bangladesh
At
International Symposium,
Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh
Good Afternoon Everyone !
Click to edit Master text styles The number of people
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purchasing power are
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whole than for a single
country.

By taking the
opportunities in global
market, increase profit
from economies of scale
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Source raw materials, products, services, and


machineries produced in foreign countries. Also
can look for foreign capital and technologies.
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Bangladesh
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Area :1,47,570 sq. Km
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Capital : Dhaka
Population : 149.2
Million
Population (Dhaka):
10.0 Million (approx.)
Principal Industries :
Ready-made Garments,
Textile, Jute Products, Tea,
Leather & Leather
Products, Frozen Food &
Chemical Fertilizer Etc.
Why Bangladesh?

 Growing market
 Education, technology and economic
growth
 Growing middle class with significant
purchasing power
 The most investment-friendly
regulation
 Trainable, enthusiastic, and low-cost
work force
 Low energy price, tariff free access
to some of the developed country
Investment Opportunities

Potential high value investment


opportunities in Bangladesh are
Software and ICT products, Food-
products and agro-processing products,
Leather products, high priced
designers readymade garments, ship
building, Hotel and Tourism Industries
etc.
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Government is highly interested in developing


Roads and high ways, Bridges, energy and power,
deep sea port and air port etc. on a public private
partnership basis.
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Most of the Women entrepreneurs in our region are


involved in marginal businesses which are mostly
home grown and their activities are still limited to
small enterprises operating in local market only.
Women Entrepreneurs
Association of Bangladesh

 Women Entrepreneurs Association of


Bangladesh (WEAB) is the first such
organization, established in the year
2000, with the ideals of improving
and encouraging the women
entrepreneurs of Bangladesh. The
main object of WEAB was to develop
a support system for women
entrepreneurs. WEAB is persistently
trying to build Knowledge and
Awareness, Capacity and Skills,
It is our vision that women in
Bangladesh will thrive not only in local
market but also in global market too.

Thank you !