UKBCCI and BBF meet to their working partnerships

UKBCCI and BBF meet to their working partnerships

Surmar dhau Report :: UK Bangladesh Catalysts of Commerce and Industry [UKBCCI} and Better Bangladesh Foundation [BBF] meet Wednesday 14th September to further their working partnerships Seminar of UKBCCI with Prof. Masud A Khan on 14th September 2022.

UKBCCI held a seminar with the the Chairman of Branding Bangladesh Global Initiative Professor Masud A Khan. The meeting organized by the Director of International Trade Affairs Ms Rohema Miah to discuss opportunities and future partnership projects was chaired by the President Mr M G Moula Miah at the London UKBCCI Head office who said that ” Bangladesh is  historically a young country but it has flourished and is now known throughout the globe to be one of the fastest growing economies. We must all do our best to promote bi lateral trade and investment and further the aims and objectives set out by the Millennium Sustainability goals. We at UKBCCI are committed to that and to working in partnership for the betterment of all concerned

The seminar was compeered by Barrister Anawar Babul Miah, UKBCCI Director of Legal Affairs. Speaking on the issues and opportunities, UKBCCI Finance Director Kamrul Ali, East of England Regional President Siddiqur Rahman Joynal, Director of Membership Saiful Alam, Abdul Quayum Khalique (Director), all spoke on the relevance of promotion and partnerships. Also present were various corporate and general members and their guests.

Professor Masud A Khan, Chairman of Branding Bangladesh Global Initiative and Founder of BBF and authorized partner of BIDA, Government’s Office of the People of Bangladesh stated “That there are 12 million NRB’s globally, each is an ambassador for Bangladesh. We must work together to ensure that they are engaged in the process of building a positive image and promotion of the opportunities available in Bangladesh.. UKBCCI is doing a commendable job in pushing forward with increasing bi-lateral trade and improving trade relations.

Chairman and Chief Executive of the London Tea Exchange Sheikh Aliur Rahman said ” I was delighted to attend the UKBCCI event today hosting the Chairman of BBF Professor Masud Khan. I hope this is a starting point to build bridges between UK and Bangladesh.”

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