The 2019 Global Entrepreneurship Congress, which takes place this April 15-18 in Manama, Bahrain, unifies a broad collection of voices from the thousands of entrepreneurs, investors, researchers, policymakers and other startup champions who attend the event.
While the overarching purpose of the Congress each year is to identify new ways of helping founders start and scale new ventures anywhere in the world, GEC 2019 will focus its numerous sessions and networking opportunities on three specific themes for this year.
Dr. Md. Sabur Khan was one of the panelist of the session entitled “Building a Healthier Global Entrepreneurial Ecosystem: Confidence and a Compass to Make an Unpredictable Path Easier” where he told about how Daffodil International University is growing as an Entrepreneurial University and what is the contribution of Department of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, DIU throughout the development of the whole Ecosystem in Bangladesh.
Like the ventures they enable, ecosystems are decentralized, uncertain, organic and unpredictable. But entrepreneurs need reliable knowledge and support about innovative policies and programs. With no blueprints for such work, GEN serves as a compass to help navigate through a crowded set of options toward proven interventions tested by peers – providing confidence amid an unpredictable path for ecosystem builders and entrepreneurs.