Virtual seminar held at Bangladesh Consulate General in NY

BanglaPress Desk
March 31, 2021

Staff Reporter: Bangladesh Consulate General and US-Bangladesh Global Chamber of Commerce, as part of the birth anniversary of the Father of Nation of Bangladesh, organized a virtual seminar on Monday.
Bangladesh’s Consul General Sadia Faizunnesa and Chairman of US-Bangladesh Global Chamber of Commerce Aziz Ahmad participated in the seminar.
Former Managing Director of New York Times Mark Zolar, Executive Chairman of Bangladesh Economic Region Paban Chowdhury, Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) President Rubana Haque, USP-Bangladesh Managing Director and former Chief Secretary Md. Abdul Karim, MCCI President Barrister Nihad, President of Bangladesh Association of Software and Information Services (BASIS) Syed Almas Kabir and Ambassador’s representative and Deputy Chief of Mission Ferdousi Shahriar joined this event.
Correspondent of the US State Department Jennifer Larsen, representative of Rockefeller Foundation Steve Rockefeller, Chairman of Strategic Executive Search Group Chris Trow, Chairman of Open X Selim Ismail, Chairman of the US-China Partners Savio Chan, PSG Energy Resources President Shahid Malik, Jebin Kadir, Terrer Clarke, David Trow and Chairman of Global Trade and Technology Center Miles M Madatius also attended the seminar.
BIDA Executive Chairman mentioned the overall economic development and an image of the overall economic development and investment-friendly environment in Bangladesh. He also invited all to join the investment summit in Bangladesh this year.
BGMEA President Rubana Haque said nine among the world’s top 10 green garment factories are located in Bangladesh, so Bangladesh’s dress is called “Green Price”.
MCCI President Barrister Nihad emphasized the importance of sustainable, innovative trade and investment in Bangladesh, and urged the US investors to invest in Bangladesh.
BASIS’s President Syed Almas Kabir said there is a lot of possibility of investment in Bangladesh.