Category: Daily Entrepreneurship

Daily Entrepreneurship- International (13 April 2019)

Biotech startup develops single-cell printer Biotech company Cytena has developed a single-cell printer that can isolate individual cells and dispense them one at a time. The ability to analyse single cells is essential in the development of biopharmaceuticals, and in cancer and stem cell research. The German startup describes its technology as based on an “inkjet-like principle.” Cell samples are loaded into a dispensing cartridge. Small samples are displaced into a nozzle where an image is taken of each sample. A super-fast image processing algorithm counts the cells in each image and classifies them according to criteria such as size […]

Daily Entrepreneurship- Bangladesh (13 April 2019)

Bangladesh receives nearly $12b remittance in 9 months Expatriate Bangladeshis sent nearly US $12 billion remittance in the first nine months of the current fiscal 2018-19, which is the highest in the last three years. During the July-March period in the fiscal 2018-19, expatriate Bangladeshis sent $11.87 billion which is 10.30 per cent higher than the amount received in the corresponding period of the preceding fiscal, BSS reports. According to Bangladesh Bank (BB), the country received $10.76 billion remittance during July-March period of 2017-18 financial year while $9.19 billion in the corresponding periods in fiscal 2016-17, $11.06 billion in the […]

Daily Entrepreneurship- International (11 April 2019)

iMod Structures Raises $11M Series A To Build Out Modular Classrooms Overcrowding in public schools is a widespread problem all over the country, particularly in California. Thus far, the solution has been to build portables to help accommodate the overflow of students. Anyone who’s stepped foot in one of these portables can attest to the fact that they are not always the most comfortable or secure “buildings.” Vallejo, California-based iMod Structures, wants to take the concept of portable classrooms to another level by bringing modular, or prefabricated construction, to the public education sector. And it’s just raised an $11 million […]

Daily Entrepreneurship- Bangladesh (10 April 2019)

Bahrain’s Investcorp keen on Bangladesh Bahrain-based private equity and venture capital firm Investcorp is set to invest in Bangladesh as the country’s striking economic growth over the past five years continues to grab the eyeballs of global players. “We have decided to invest in Bangladesh due to the sustainable and impressive performance of the economy,” said Mohammed Mahfoodh Alardhi, executive chairman of Investcorp, in a press briefing yesterday at the capital’ Westin hotel Alardhi is on a two-day trip to Bangladesh with a team to explore investment opportunities. [More Info…] Complex regulatory regime may hinder 5G: Banglalink CEO Bangladesh’s current […]

Daily Entrepreneurship- International (10 April 2019)

Budapest’s startup ecosystem at a glance When you want to make an amazing presentation, you turn to Prezi. When you want to place a live streaming content online, you used Ustream. Both startups began their journey in Budapest a decade ago, a Central European city with rich history and delicious pastries. Nowadays, Budapest is a thriving startup city, with a strategic location on the river Danube, a wide range of educational institutes, a large pool of highly skilled developers and an upward trend in investments. [More Info…] Three stories every startup needs to tell Everyone needs to know how to […]

Daily Entrepreneurship- Bangladesh (10 April 2019)

Pahela Baishakh: online shops log brisk sales Online shops are now even selling hilsa fish ahead of the Pahela Baishakh, an annual festival that is typically celebrated with a meal centred on the delicacy. One such e-shop is Othoba.com, which has sold about 2,000 pieces of hilsa fish of more than one kilogram each so far, according to its brand manager Nirjhar Kundu. Not just hilsa fish, the sister concern of Pran-RFL Group is also selling products that are related to the festivities surrounding the first day of the Bengali calendar such as sweetmeat, sarees, lungis and so on. [More […]

Daily Entrepreneurship- International (5 April 2019)

5 Skills Needed by Every Entrepreneur to Become a Visionary Leader Of late, entrepreneurship has become a rather popular option for the masses. Due to which we have a fairly good idea of what it takes to become an entrepreneur. Self-belief and persistence definitely helps you in becoming an entrepreneur. However, in today’s competitive day and age, being just an entrepreneur is not enough- it takes a visionary leader to survive. As the saying goes- when the going gets tough, only the tough get going. Here are 5 skills that every entrepreneur needs, to become a visionary leader. [More Info…] […]

Daily Entrepreneurship- Bangladesh (8 April 2019)

Exports continue good run in March Exports continued its good run in March, fetching 9.51 percent more than a year earlier and getting into a comfortable position to hit this fiscal year’s target of $39 billion. In March overseas shipments brought $3.34 billion, which is 2.45 percent more than the target set for the month, according to data from the Export Promotion Bureau. [More Info…] MCCI calls for corporate tax cuts The Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI) yesterday demanded reduction in corporate tax in the next fiscal year to facilitate trade and investment. The trade body also urged […]

Daily Entrepreneurship- International (5 April 2019)

How to invest $100,000 to make $1 million Most of us don’t have the time, knowledge, or risk tolerance to multiply our money quickly. Even then, experts say hot and of-the-moment investments that promise big returns — think Bitcoin or individual stock picking — aren’t actually the best way to make money while investing. Granted, any investment in the stock market is risky, but there are some strategies that offer a much higher chance of earning a return on your investment — but patience is essential. The easiest and safest way to grow your money is to invest it in […]

Daily Entrepreneurship- Bangladesh (7 April 2019)

Rubana climbs BGMEA summit Rubana Huq, managing director of Mohammadi Group, is set to be the next president of the BGMEA after her panel managed a clean sweep at the biennial election — becoming the first woman to lead the garment sector’s apex trade body. Some 1,492 out of the total 1,956 voters yesterday cast their votes in the election to choose the leaders of the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association for the next two years. [More Info…] Addressing the menace of NPLs It is heartening to learn that the newly elected government is keen to address the menace […]