Banglalink has launched the startup scouting programme for the third batch of its IT Incubator project, which is designed to facilitate the country's digital entrepreneurship. The programme was launched with the Bangladesh Hi-Tech Park Authority, back in 2016.
Initially, selected on the basis of their unique ideas, commercial prospects and team strength the selected startups will get a dedicated office at Janata Tower, Karwan Bazar in the capital, as well as, access to online learning tools and other logistic support.
Commercially feasible and promising startups will have the opportunity to enjoy a partnership with Banglalink upon completion of the programme. The application submission process has already started and the deadline is November 28.
To apply for the programme, interested entrepreneurs have to follow the link – https://incubator.banglalink.net/
Hosne Ara Begum, managing director of Bangladesh Hi-tech Park Authority, said that her organisation has adopted several project including the Janata Tower Software Technology Park to support the startups in the country.
"We appreciate that one of the leading telecommunications service providers in our country, Banglalink, has partnered with us to support the young tech entrepreneurs," she added.
Taimur Rahman, chief corporate and regulatory affairs officer of Banglalink, said, "We are really glad to announce the call for the application of startups scouting programme of IT Incubator for the tech enthusiasts."
Banglalink is committed to providing all sorts of necessary supports to ensure their growth, he added.
The IT Incubator is a part of 'Make Your Mark' – the flagship corporate responsibility programme of Banglalink's parent company the Veon. The renowned global telecom operator is committed to facilitating the development of the IT sectors of all the societies around the world it operates in.