Bank Asia, Bangladesh Bank organized a month-long training program for SME entrepreneurs

Bank Asia, in association with Bangladesh Bank, organized a month-long ‘Entrepreneurship Development Program’ for SME entrepreneurs at Cox’s Bazar.

On the concluding day of the training program, certificates were handed over to 25 participants who were selected from 200 applicants, reads a press release. 

Mohammad Ziaul Hasan Molla, deputy managing director of Bank Asia was the chief guest and Md Arifuzzaman, additional director of Bangladesh Bank was the special guest at the closing ceremony of the training program. 

Md Jahid Iqbal, joint director of Bangladesh Bank, Md Shaminoor Rahman, head of MSME of Bank Asia, BM Shahidul Haque, head of Bank Asia Institute of Training and Development (BAITD), Md Nasimul Haque, head of Cox’s Bazar Branch of Bank Asia, were also present.

The training program is intended to equip the new entrepreneurs with the required business skills, contribute to the country’s economic growth and foster employment generation. 

The program was funded by Asian Development Bank (ADB) and managed by the Skills for Employment Investment Programme (SEIP) of the SME and Special Programmes Department, Bangladesh Bank. 

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