27 May 2024, 16:04

BMCCI CareerTalk empowers aspiring professionals and entrepreneurs

DHAKA, May 27, 2024 (BSS) - The Bangladesh Malaysia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BMCCI), in collaboration with the Malaysian Student Alumni, has hosted a CareerTalk event.
The event brought together a diverse audience of aspiring professionals, entrepreneurs and students, united in their quest for guidance and inspiration as they faces challenges on the evolving 21st-century career landscape.
The event was held at a hotel in the city on Saturday, said a press release.
The event highlighted the presence of Sami Ahmed, Managing Director of Startup Bangladesh Limited, also renowned as "Shark" on the popular TV show "Shark Tank Bangladesh".
Ahmed's extensive experience and expertise as a successful entrepreneur and venture capitalist provided invaluable insights to the attendees.
In his engaging presentation, Ahmed addressed the "Career Challenges in the 21st Century" and shared strategies on how to be successful as a Startup with available resources.
His insight into the evolving job market, the rise of digital entrepreneurship, the impact of emerging technologies like AI, and the critical skills needed to thrive in the dynamic business landscape enlighten the attendees.
The event commenced with a warm welcome from Shabbir A. Khan, the President of BMCCI, who highlighted the BMCCI's commitment to supporting the Malaysian student community in Bangladesh.
He emphasized BMCCI's efforts in collaborating with the Education Malaysia Global Services (EMGS) to address the educational and professional needs of Malaysian students.
"BMCCI is dedicated to fostering cross-cultural collaboration and creating meaningful opportunities for aspiring professionals and entrepreneurs," said Khan.
"Our collaboration with the Malaysian Student Alumni for this CareerTalk event is a testament to our commitment to empowering the next generation of leaders and innovators," he added.
At the end of the BMCCI CareerTalk all attendees received a certificate of participation, recognizing their active engagement and commitment to their professional development.


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