The e-Commerce Revolution masterclass, a world-class training, has been launched online today creating an opportunity for the women to build themselves as entrepreneurs.
Women and e-Commerce (WE), a forum for the women entrepreneurs in partnership with ICT Division and LICT Project, has launched the masterclass aimed at boosting e-commerce business across the country, reports BSS.
Inaugurating the day-long e-Commerce Revolution masterclass, LICT Project Director Md Rezaul Karim said the government has been developing skills and encouraging youths’ women to be entrepreneurs instead of looking for jobs.
With the building of digital infrastructure, e-Commerce has been growing very fast across the country and this is the time for them to be entrepreneurs, he said, adding that women members of WE Forum can avail of this opportunity.
Rezaul Karim said relying on technologies and increasing social media penetration have increased opportunities for the women entrepreneurship of Bangladesh.
Founder and President of WE Nasima Akter Nisha, President and CEO of Silkoak Global Limited Saumya Basu, Founder of Search English Razib Ahmed, and Adviser of WE Jahanoor Kabir Sakib spoke at the function.
Nisha said, the WE has been launching various masterclasses to benefit the women community of Bangladesh and the e-Commerce Revolution masterclass is one that would help WE members to expand online business.
Two global trainers—Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Co-Founder of YO Kawaii Limited James Thickett and Director of SMS Microsystem Limited, UK, and one local trainer Chairman of Thoughts Muhammad Mahbubul Alam will provide training on various issues including requisites on e-commerce, grow business online, the role of digital marketing, the role of social media and brand positioning.