Banglalink announced the top seven startups of "Banglalink IT incubator 3.0" from 100 teams.
State Minister for ICT Zunaid Ahmed Palak and Banglalink's Chief Executive Officer Erik Aas handed over the crests to the winning teams at a city hotel on Tuesday.
Taimur Rahman, chief corporate and regulatory affairs officer of Banglalink, also spoke at the programme.
The top seven startups – selected based on uniqueness, scalability, and effectiveness of their digital ideas – are Save Up IT Ltd, Karukotha Software Ltd, Ghautaan, ANTT Robotics Ltd, Mess Book, Offshore and Booktionary.com.bd.
Their ideas include a digital directory of discount offers, e-commerce for craft artists, event-related skill sharing; science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education promotion, residence management for students, e-commerce connecting travelers with buyers, and digital book exchange.
IT Incubator located in Janata Tower, Kawran Bazar will provide the winning teams with infrastructure, logistics, and mentoring support.
Banglalink also announced the names of the two startups – Teach it, and Easy Sense – that got the opportunity to participate in the upcoming Four Years From Now (4YFN) event at the Mobile World Congress.
IT incubator is a part of "Make Your Mark" – the flagship corporate responsibly programme of Banglalink's parent company Veon.